Women’s Connection celebrates the New Year with style show

Susan Reynhout, Publicity Chairman

Begin the new year by treating yourself to a splendid girlfriend morning of fun, fellowship, good food and a fabulous style show. Invite your friends to join you on Thursday, January 11, in the Kingston Ballroom of the Oakwood Country Club of Sun Lakes at 9:00 a.m.

Are you looking for the perfect casual clothes for the Sun Lakes lifestyle or some cruise wear? How about a new look altogether? Elise Albert, owner of What Women Want and a Sun Lakes resident, will present a style show of exactly what you are looking for. Her shop is conveniently located on the southeast corner of McClintock and Guadalupe. It features a vast selection of casual tops, pants and dresses and has the largest selection of swimwear in the East Valley. This is a shop where you will experience personal attention by a knowledgeable staff in finding the perfect swimwear.

Writer/Workshop Facilitator Cinthia Hiett will provide a unique and inspirational way of looking at our own life story in a talk titled “Can Fairytales Be Real?” She is an internationally-recognized motivational speaker, relationship expert and licensed psychotherapist in private practice with offices in both Phoenix and Scottsdale. She is an adjunct professor at Arizona Christian University. As a captivating communicator, Cinthia engages, energizes and inspires her audiences. This very talented recording artist will also provide the music for the morning.

The cost is $20.00. Reservations are required by noon Thursday, January 4, by emailing Shirley at [email protected] or by calling Pat at 480-883-1450 or Nancy at 480-786-8531. Gluten-free/special diet meals must be ordered at time of reservation. Cancellations must be made no later than Monday, January 8, by 10:00 a.m. by calling Cindi at 515-770-7974. A reservation made is a reservation paid. Reservations not canceled must be honored. Please note cost includes brunch, venue expenses, taxes, gratuity, speaker’s expenses, publicity and miscellaneous fees. This event is sponsored by Stonecroft, www.stonecroft.org.