Gerber Memorial’s Girls’ Night Out on Nov. 2 will feature local women’s stories of hope, healing
FREMONT– Local women from diverse backgrounds will share their individual health journeys during Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial’s Girls’ Night Out on Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Dogwood Center for the Performing Arts in Fremont.
The free event is open to the public from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Gerber Memorial invites the community to attend the event, which will feature free screenings, useful information about health and wellness for the family, free nutritious appetizers, and fun activities. Attendees will get the chance to win door prizes that include a Vitamix blender and other items, and receive Yeti-inspired tumblers as free giveaways at the door.
The centerpiece of Girls’ Night Out 2017 is an onstage coffee-table conversation and discussion with local women from diverse backgrounds about their individual health journeys and situations that could affect women at any age.
“Gerber Memorial is excited that Girls’ Night Out this year will put the spotlight on women who live and work right here in our community as they share their stories of hope and healing that will inform and inspire all of us,” said Gerber Memorial Chief Operating Officer, Shelly Johnson. “Gerber Memorial is committed to our community and to partnering with the people we serve to share information that can help promote health and wellness for everyone in the family. Girls’ Night Out is one opportunity for us to connect with our community, and we invite everyone to join us for fun, food and the journey toward greater wellness.”
Women who will speak live include Danielle McCabe-Arbogast, Lisa Soueidan and Joni Erlewein. Other local women will also share their stories via video. Personal stories range from discussing journeys through cancer, post-partum depression, quitting tobacco, pelvic health and mindfulness.