Sisters Living With Alopecia presents Accept Me As I Am Women's Luncheon
Saturday, April 6, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (CDT)
Some of the keynote speakers will include Faith Renee Spells, founder of Heads of Confidence. Faith is from Orangeburg, SC and is a minister and also has the most severe case of alopecia which is univeralis alopecia; Dr. Emma Rhodes, top 100 women of Arkansas from high school dropout to obtaining her doctorate degree. Now founder of House of Vison and retired educator and administrator for the Arkansas Department of Education; Gwinnett Orr will share her emotional journey before, during and after her transformation. The word will be given by Evangelist Sallie Calbert, member of New Relationship Christian Center of Monticello, AR-(Pastor Martiz Scott). In addition to speakers there will be performances by Laura Ratliff, one of the funniest female comedian in Arkansas, Singing artist and poet Nisha Speaks, Singer and poet Jessica Key aka Buddafli, Man of God, family man, great husband, father and Spoken word artist Adelras Kidd Johnson; Coffy Davis & company, poet, writer, theatre director, actress; & more… you don’t want to miss the inspiring, encouraging and motivational transformations, poetry, singing, monologues and testimonies. Be prepared to laugh, cry, shout & celebrate. NOT only will leave with a full stomach of good southern cooking but also you will leave with the encouragement to fulfill your purpose!
Don't allow the PAIN to dictate to you your PURPOSE! Your LATTER shall be greater than your FORMER! PUSH passed the PAIN towards your PURPOSE to fulfill His PROMISE in your life!
Proceeds will go toward Sister's Living With Alopecia Foundation & Arkansas Children's Hospital's Oncology Dept.
** Ticket Prize goes up to 40.00 after March 31, 2013
*** Limited VIP Tables are available. It includes front centered table, full table concierge service & a free 8x10 photo.
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Sisters Living With Alopecia Inc.
Sisters Living With Alopecia (S.L.W.A. INC.) is a non profit organization. Our mission is to provide support and spread Alopecia Awareness while we attempt to gain social acceptance and build self confidence and self love of those affect by this auto immuned disease.