Grit and Grace, A Day of Personal and Community Healing for All Women Is Coming to the Eastern Shore on June 9, 2018 at Nandua High School in Onley, Va.
Second Act Communities, a national nonprofit community development corporation brings its mission of “partnering with neighbors to develop and revitalize communities where people can live their best lives” to the Eastern Shore.
ONLEY, VA. April 9, 2018 – Grit and Grace, A Day of Personal and Community Healing for All Women is a FREE public event that will begin at 10AM and end at 2PM on June 9 at Nandua High School located at 26350 Lankford Highway, Onley, Va. 23418. The celebrity host for the event will be April Woodard, Co-Host of The Coast Live Show on WTKR TV, a CBS affiliate.
The fun and informational event will bring together hundreds of women from different generations, races, political parties, communities and economic backgrounds.
Highly regarded professional women speakers from around the State will discuss “hot topics” impacting women; such as wellness, career development, #MeToo, voting, leadership, LGBTQI, faith, domestic abuse, millennials, healthcare, personal finances, etc. Attendees will also enjoy a professional fashion show featuring some of Virginia’s top designers, a local vendor Shopping Spree (with products and services from business owned by women or products and services for women), a DJ and local food trucks.
“This will be a FREE groundbreaking opportunity for all women to come together on the Eastern Shore to network, have fun and learn more about how they can improve their own lives and communities”, said President and CEO of Second Act Communities (a native of the Eastern Shore).
Seating is limited. Interested attendees and groups (churches, greeks, clubs, social, professional, and community service organizations) should register early at: https://goo.gl/3rY6CX. Event volunteers are needed. Contact: email@example.com to help.
Interested local vendors and food trucks should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 757-500-2750.
The organizer of the event is Second Act Communities (www.secondactcommunities.org), a nonprofit national real estate and community development corporation headquartered in Virginia Beach, Va. with offices in Norfolk, Va., Goldsboro, NC and Raleigh, NC. For media information, please visit http://secondactcommunities.org/media-kit/
Jorge Fortuno says
Blacks and Women claim they do not want you to see their color or gender………..but, they never stop reminding us they are black or a women. So sick of both. Tuck you raw nerves in and run along. We gave the Blacks our dream and took fed, sheltered and clothed women and their offspring for the last million years……we have not forgotten your skin color or your gender.