Come talk women’s health and wellness on May 16th!

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National Women’s Health Week is taking place from May 13th to 19th.
There is no better time to start thinking about what steps you can take for better health – mentally, physically, and spiritually.
A group of women in Sault Ste. Marie are excited to present the¬†Gathering Series:¬†Women’s Health Week Discussions¬†on Wednesday May 16th from 6pm to 9pm.
The informal discussion will take place at Cafe Natura (75 Elgin St.), and admission is by donation (suggested is $5.00).
All are welcome to attend and participate in an informal discussion about women’s health and wellness.
Guest speakers will share their knowledge on a variety of topics, with opportunity for candid discussion between each speaker.
Guest speakers and topics are as follows….
  • Deanna Naveau – Will conduct the Opening Ceremony and open the dialogue with a discussion on Native Women’s Health.
  • Tammy Ovey – Will speak to women’s health in business and entrepreneurship, as well as the benefits of being your own boss.
  • Sheila Paluzzi – Will discuss mental health (Remember, it is just as important as physical health!)
  • Tara Posteraro – To discuss physical health and the different ways to improve yours.
  • Karen Bird – Will share some insight about financial health and how to keep that a priority.
Some come out and enjoy great company and insightful discussions.
There is nothing more beautiful than women empowering other women.
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Riley Smith
Riley Smith is an enthusiastic and versatile critical thinker who has been with SaultOnline since January 2018. She holds a double Honours Degree in History and Political Science from Algoma University, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Relations and Event Management from Sault College. In addition to obtaining her Google Marketing Fundamentals certification, she is also working towards a Certificate in Diversity and Intercultural Relations. She has hands-on experience in social media marketing, media relations, public relations and news writing, event planning, and stakeholder relations, developed through experience as the First Nations and Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator for the Missanabie Cree First Nation. When she's not reporting, you can find her reading, working out, spending time with her basset hound, Douggie, or seeing the world, one breathtaking view at a time.

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