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Working Mothers’ Luncheon

September 19, 2010

Are you a working mommy?  If yes, this is the post you’ll want to read.  The Greater Raleigh Chamber, along with the series sponsors Expedite Group, Credit Suisse, Greene Resources, and Marbles Kids Museum, is excited to present the Working Mothers’ Luncheon on Tuesday, September 28 from 11:30am-1:30pm.

This semi-annual event is held for working mothers all over the Triangle.  The series focuses on the issues and concerns that many working mothers face.   This luncheon will feature four guest speakers who will discuss the event’s topic, Helping Our Kids Live Healthy.

Kids who eat right and are active will have stronger muscles and bones, a decreased risk of developing several health conditions, and are less likely to become overweight. But in today’s busy world of deadlines and responsibilities, sometimes it’s hard to focus on ensuring they have balanced meals and are active enough. That’s something you can change.

Join the Greater Raleigh Chamber for our next Working Mothers’ Luncheon. The panel of experts will share tips and tools-on everything from nutrition to exercise-that you can use to develop plans to make sure your children are eating healthy and staying active. Find out how to make manageable changes that will work for your entire family, and share your own ideas with other working mothers.

A luncheon to network and learn from other moms at the Umstead Hotel and Spa… what better way to spend your lunch hour?

Cost: $35 per employee of member firms; $50 per non-member


2 Comments leave one →
  1. Barbara Sontz permalink
    September 20, 2010 2:21 pm

    oh.. I was so excited when I read the topic “working mother’s luncheon”. I thought it was going to be something for “US”…finally 😦 I was ready to sign up & forward this email to a bunch of other over-worked mothers…until I read the whole thing, and it’s really not for “US” it’s more about being a better mother by helping our kids to eat right. Oh well, I can dream can’t I ??

  2. September 20, 2010 4:37 pm

    Of course you can dream. Dreaming leads to talking and talking is how the Chamber’s Working Mother’s series came about. The program itself is only about 2 years old. Topics have included how to pass along the values you want to pass along to your children, to internet safety to age-centric roundtables.

    But first and foremost, the program IS supposed to be about you and over-worked mothers. What would you and all those other over-worked mom’s like to hear about? What type of luncheon would you like to attend?

    If there are some readers out there interested in attending this event, let us know, we have a few tickets left and would be happy to have you as our guest.

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