SARASOTA, Fla. – Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a world-renowned therapist, author and entrepreneur, is the guest speaker at the Goddess In You luncheon benefiting the Women’s Resource Center of Sarasota County (WRCSC), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating and empowering women in Sarasota County and enriching their lives.
On Friday, March 14, attendees will hear about Westheimer’s resilient life and her philosophy on living life to the fullest. A survivor and a self-created woman, Westheimer has been challenged through many stages of life and has succeeded in transitioning through them, including the loss of her parents during the Holocaust and her role as a sniper for the Jewish freedom fighters.
The funds raised at this event help support the many programs and services provided by the WRCSC. A ticket is $125 and includes lunch, drawing prizes, auctions and more. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to shop with a variety of boutique vendors, including People’s Pottery at St. Armand’s Circle, L Boutique, T. Georgiano’s, Diana Kelly, Diana Kahlenberg and Mary Alice DeVirgilis, at the luncheon.
The event chair is Kathy Coffey, a WRCSC board member. The luncheon’s gracious sponsors include Marilyn Spencer, Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Dr. Willa Bernhard, Alison Gardner, Renee Hamad, Kim Wheeler, Betty Schoenbaum and Mandala Med Spa.
Tickets must be purchased in advance. Call 941.366.1700 or visit www.2014RenaissanceLuncheon.CharityHappenings.org for more information and reservations.
Women’s Resource Center of Sarasota County, Inc.
The Women’s Resource Center of Sarasota County (WRCSC) changes lives – one woman at a time. For 34 years, the not-for-profit agency has been dedicated to educating and empowering women in Sarasota County and enriching their lives. Whether it’s the job skills needed to secure employment, a boost in self esteem or the resources needed to get back on track, the WRCSC provides the best possible strategies and tools for women to achieve their highest potential. Visit www.TheWomensResourceCenter.org or call 941-366-1700 for more information.
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