BPW to hear about wellness

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GREENVILLE—The Greenville Business & Professional Women’s
Club November meeting will be held Thursday, November 10th at Beanz Buttercream
Bakery & Eatery (180 E 3 rd Street, Greenville) with optional dinner at 6:30 pm/ program
at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be hosted by the Individual Development (IDP) Committee
with Leigh Fletcher, Chair and committee members, Kathy O’Dell, Jennifer Wilson, Tania
Menger, and Melissa Fuerer.

Shelly Acker, BS, RRT, LMT, Certified BodyMind Method Coach, COPE Certified Optavia
Coach, and Owner & Founder of Imagine Living Well will talk with members about
learning to listen to the wisdom of our bodies and will talk about Transpirational
Adventures on Chamele (her Motor Coach). Shelly says “For as long as I can remember,
I have wanted to help people feel better and be well. I used to carry a first aid kit in my
purse on the playground when I was in 5th grade.” Her desire to help people combined
with the knowledge and experiences that she has shared with her grandmothers has
taken her on a path of traditional and not so traditional explorations of healing.

The optional dinner will be provided by Beanz Bakery and will include eggs, sausage,
fruit, fresh waffles, pancake poppers and coffee cake and starts at 6:30 for a cost of $15
– Program starts at 7:00 pm. Please invite a friend and RSVP by noon on Monday,
November 7 th via the clubs Google doc link which is found on the Club’s Facebook Page
at Greenville BPW or email Vicki Cost at vcost@coxinsurance.com. To keep up with
future events, please like and follow them on Facebook and Instagram at
GreenvilleBPW.

The Greenville BPW mission is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace and to
empower all women through advocacy, education, and information.