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Posted on April 13th, 2018 by Speare Memorial Hospital

Tickets Now On Sale for 8th Annual Wine, Women & Wisdom

Three Generations Women Speare Memorial Hospital will hold its eighth annual Wine, Women and Wisdom event on Thursday, May 3rd, from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Common Man Inn and Spa in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Join 200 women and unleash the awesome in you!

This annual women’s health event includes two featured speakers, and a keynote speaker, a light supper buffet, a wine tasting, a vendor room full of local area – female-owned businesses, a raffle and a lot of fun tossed in. This event is by women, for women, and about women.

ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED.
A FEW TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT
THE HOSPITAL FRONT DESK UNTIL NOON ON 5/3

 

** For the first time we have reserved seating.**
CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE 

Tickets are also available at Dresser Unlimited at 77 Main St, Plymouth and at Speare Memorial Hospital front reception area.

The speakers and topics this year are;

speakers and topics

“Top 10 Things You Can Do Now To Improve Your Health”

Lisa Baker, PA-C, from  Speare Primary Care. Lisa has over twenty-five years of family practice experience as a certified physician assistant. Lisa earned her bachelor’s at Colby College in Waterville, ME and received an MHP from Northeastern University in Boston, MA.  Ms. Baker is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.

“Tips & Tricks for Increasing Self-Empowerment”

 Rebecca Sayre, RN, MBA is a nurse by trade and currently the Program Director of the Wound Care Center at Speare.   Her passion for helping others has led her to learn more about how our brains work and how our thoughts influence our choices which in turn influence everything else we do and everything we realize in our lives. She has successfully completed Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner training and is working towards also becoming a certified hypnotist.  Understanding how each person makes decisions is a crucial and pivotal step towards truly affecting both the health and life that we want.

 “5 Superpowers to be Extraordinary”

 Jean Briese – Keynote Speaker, has a passion to help people become who they were meant to be. Jean’s gift is to see the best in others, often when they can’t yet see it in themselves and to help them unleash their potential. Jean is an accomplished business leader, empowering coach, and gifted communicator bringing enormous expertise, insight, and energy to her presentations. Her powerful messages inspire, encourage, and motivate.

Thank you to the generous sponsors who help make this event possible. 

WINE SPONSOR

Lupus Foundation New England

BUFFET SPONSOR

Minuteman Press

Medical Reimbursement Specialist

TABLE SPONSORS

Brand& Sawicki, DDS

Biederman’s Deli & Pub

Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative

VENDORS/EXHIBITORS

  1. Brand & Sawicki, DDS
  2. Cindy Libby – Soy Candles
  3. The Circle Program
  4. Donna von Gunten – Maxfield Real Estate
  5. Dressers Unlimited
  6. Grace Wellness Center
  7. Kelly Libby – Meditation/Alternative Healing
  8. LuLaRoe
  9. Lupus Foundation of New England
  10. SMH Mammography
  11. Mommies Eating Bonbons, LLC – Man in Training
  12. Michelle Dunn – Artist
  13. Norwex
  14. Pampered Chef
  15. Plymouth OB/GYN
  16. Mind Over Matter – Zija
  17. Simply Sunflowers
  18. Vintage Market on Squam

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