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Event offers advice for women

The Power of the Unstoppable Woman will be held May 28 at the West Kelowna Holiday Inn

Come join women from across Canada for a life changing day of speakers, shopping, full lunch buffet, door prizes and lots of fun. Founded by Dr. Rose Backman, the event was put together to teach women how to be in their power zones whether in health, relationships, weight, career, or more.

The event will host four speakers at the Holiday Inn in West Kelowna:

• Dr. Rose Backman, founder of The Power of an Unstoppable Women events

• Dr. Jeff Pereverzoff with Kelowna Family Chiropractor

• Ron J Oliver, a health coach with Esteem Lingerie Angela

• Dr Wes Woychuk a Kelowna-based cosmetic surgeon

The speakers are only a small portion of the day, with more than 15 shopping vendors, and a full lunch buffet. And not to mention the door prizes and other fun activities planned.

The Power of the Unstoppable Women is proud to be supporting the Okanagan Food bank as our social responsibility. We are hosting a 50/50 draw with half of proceeds will go to the food bank. Every can donated is matched with entry tickets to win a grand prize.

The event takes place Sunday, May 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tickets are $49.95, for discounted tickets contact Tiffany or call 250-878-9621. Tickets may also be purchased through Eventbrite.

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