WIC Week – Sistercare Civic Project
March 7, 2021 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
To RSVP email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are so excited to invite youto our WIC Week Event with Sistercare! This event will officially kick off WICWeek by helping a local woman’s shelter. I have attached the flyer for you.
In addition to the attachedflyer, I wanted to make you aware of the following:
Lunch and cold drinks will be provided
There are no bathrooms on site- please be prepared to drive to a nearby store or gas station to use their bathroom
Please bring a chair if you will want to sit at any time or during lunch.
Please bring gloves to protect your hands in addition to any gardening tools you may have.
If you are interested, please email me by March 1st!
The Civic Committee looks forward to kicking off WIC Week with you!
On Monday, March 8th at 12pm, you are invited to have lunch at select restaurants around theColumbia & Lexington area with some of your NAWIC sisters; and since wehave moved to a more virtual world in the past year, we thought why not LunchBuddy’s have that option for those who cannot leave the office! Below isthe reservation link for those who want to attend in person along with the Zoommeeting link for our virtual sisters. Bring co-workers or other industry professionals.
- Columbia downtown – Wild Wings
- West Columbia – Grecian Gardens
- Lexington – Flight Deck
- Irmo – Olive Garden
- Northeast – EL Jimador
- Virtual Lunch Option VIA Zoom
In person – RSVP link https://doodle.com/poll/ta6kbwzkbduf2qsf?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link
Zoom link for online option – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82688129384?pwd=VkMyejFzRmFvNE9Rb0pSWi9tZFozUT09
Meeting ID: 826 8812 9384
Don’t forget we need pictures ofyour groups, so make sure you get real purdy and use those fun Zoombackgrounds! #TigerKing
As always, please let me know ifyou have any questions.
RSVPs will be taken for in person participants – For more details email email@example.com
Networking starts at 5:30pm for in person and Program/Dinner with Virtual starts at 6:00pm
“How to Make Choices Without Selling Your Soul” by Ann Elliot
In her next life, Ann Elliott wants to be either a racecar driver or a photojournalist for National Geographic. She is not sure which one. Maybe both! However, in this life she is a leadership strategist and business consultant. Ann is the Founder and President of The Berkana Company LLC, a business coaching company. For more than twenty-ﬁve years, she has worked with successful businesses that are leaving money on the table. She helps her clients ﬁnd proﬁt draining leaks so they can improve eﬃciencies, save money, and create happy customers.
Ann is the Chapter Chair of the Columbia Chapter of Women Presidents’ Organization. WPO is an international membership organization for female entrepreneurs who run multimillion-dollar private companies. Ann is co-author of MILLION DOLLAR STRATEGIES for Business & Professional Practices Owners, published in 2018. She writes “The Leadership Strategist,” an electronic newsletter, a monthly commentary on success, leading and teams. She is past President of Capital Rotary Club and was Rotarian of the Year in 1999. Ann is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. She is the Executive Director of Grammie Camp, the highly acclaimed and internationally recognized day camp for her three granddaughters. Her goal is to be so much fun and so interesting that her grandchildren want to take HER to school for show and tell!
For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org
WIC Week – Webinar “Women and Money – Taking Charge of Your Financial Future”
March 10, 2021 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
Webinar 12:00pm – 12:30pm “Women and Money: Taking Charge ofYour Financial Future” by Amanda Poston, CDFA, AAMS of Raymond James.
Zoom link to join event: https://raymondjames.zoom.us/j/95117372456
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WIC Week – South Atlantic Region Virtual Program – “So Now What? A Guide for People Who Feel Stuck”
March 10, 2021 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 6:30 PM
Zoom Meeting ID: 863 4428 0416
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Do you feel stuck? Maybe circumstances beyond your control have drastically altered your life. The people you work with are extremely diﬃcult to deal with. Your spouse or child is having a crisis. You can’t lose those extra ten pounds. You ﬁnd it hard to concentrate. You feel unloved. You’re not sure what you’re here for. You just don’t know what to do next. We all get stuck. It happens in little ways and big ways. There is a way out. We just need to ﬁnd it. We get stuck because of fear, negative emotions, erroneous beliefs, our attempts to control what we can’t, and our lack of skills needed to be free. But the biggest reason? We won’t take the steps necessary. They all come down to one question: “So now what?” Progress in our lives depends on our physical, mental, and spiritual health. These three elements build on one another and support each other when any of them wavers. The answers to your relationship questions may rely on your physical health. The answers to your physical ailments may rely on your spiritual health. And the answers to your spiritual questions may rely on your mental health.
When you get unstuck, you will look better, feel better, and do better. Catherine A. Brennan is a business owner, author, public speaker, blogger, community activist, athlete, mother, grandmother, and most importantly, a depression survivor. She has lived in Minnesota most of her life and has run a construction and development company with her husband, Mike. Her background is in public accounting and she took the leap to start a construction business in 1994 and a development company in 2000. Cathy is a public speaker on the topic of wellness and has authored a book titled So Now What? A Guide for People Who Feel Stuck. It contains the lessons she learned from a very long battle with depression. The principles will be beneﬁcial for anyone who feels stuck in their life. A companion workbook So Now What? A Guided Workbook to Get Unstuck is due out in April of 2021. In her 50’s, Cathy, found her “inner runner”. She has run the Boston Marathon three times, the New York City Marathon, and several other marathons. Cathy is also a triathlete, golfer, and avid reader. She and her husband have two married sons and one grandson.
WIC Week – Hard Hat Happy Hour
Wednesday, March 10 2021 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Steel Hands Brewing, 2350 Foreman St, Cayce, SC 29033, USA
Multi-Industry Networking “Meet & Greet”
Thursday, March 11 2021 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm