Womens event set for city

The Committee for Everyday Heroes made a presentation to the regular meeting of Yorkton Council Monday.
The group will be hosting its Second Annual Women’s Summit Seminar Series, Sunday March 10, explained presenters Tracey Alcorn and Kristen Arnold.
“This event is a seminar series featuring local women entrepreneurs who are sharing the knowledge they have gained in their respective industries. Their goal is to provide enlightenment so that we may all collectively grow,” detail material circulated to Council.
“This event is to celebrate all women as we are all “Everyday Heroes” in the lives of many people around us. Women work hard every day to keep their families running, their careers moving, and are a strong support system to those around them. We intend to celebrate and empower the “Wonder Women” around us who put the “super” in “superhero”.”
Topics of the day includes:
• Empowering Financial Tips from Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Kristen Arnold
• Online Marketing for Small Businesses - Kellsey Stabner - Your Community Connection
• What can physiotherapy do for you? - Prairie View Physiotherapy
• The Horse will challenge you - and you will overcome those challenges.” - Success Ranch - Equine Assisted Learning
• Real Estate Revelations - Debbie Cook - Century 21 Broadway Park Realty
• How could you benefit from having a personal pharmacist? - The Medicine Shoppe Yorkton
• Success through Community - Inner Cycle Spin Studio.

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