October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the WBN is pleased to hear from Andrea Warner on the topic The Power of Persistence: From Cancer Diagnosis to Walking in Gratitude. Warner is a local businesswoman and breast cancer survivor who volunteers for the American Cancer Society. She shares her story to raise awareness and education, and to inspire women and working professional to persist despite obstacles. Warner received a bachelor’s degree in business in 1995 and has been a nurse for 21 years. Six years ago she started her own holistic healing practice out of her home and is a Reiki practitioner and licensed massage therapist. Although she was diagnosed with breast cancer in March of 2009 and has undergone four major surgeries and chemotherapy, Warner has been cancer-free for a year! Warner is the proud mother of two children, Julianna and Joshua.
Invite your colleagues, register, and pay for the luncheon by 12PM on Monday, October 11 to receive the $15 discounted rate. Those who register after this date will pay the regular $18 rate. While attendees are welcomed at the event, it is strongly encouraged to RSVP so we can ensure there is adequate food!
To register, click the registration link on the left column of the blog or contact The Chamber directly through Camellia Rowland (firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-851-2564). We encourage you to arrive prior to 11:30AM so we may start the luncheon on schedule.
Would you like some easy recognition for your business? If you or your organization would like to sponsor this or future events, your minimum $50 donation goes directly into the WBN Scholarship Fund and allows you a brief presentation to the WBN Luncheon attendees. For more information about this and future sponsorship opportunities, contact Ali Dyer at email@example.com.
Bring a door prize of at least $5 value (in addition to any service discounts, if applicable) to the luncheon and we’ll mention your donation at the giveaway!
Note: If you click to “Attend” through Facebook, this does not ensure you are registered. All attendees must register through the Chamber.