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CITY OF CYPRESS

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 16, 2016                             Contact: Administration (714) 229-6680

Subject:       Register Today for the Tri-City Women’s Conference

Mark your calendars for the Tri-City Women’s Conference on Wednesday, September 21, from 8:30 a.m. to noon, at the Cypress Community Center, located at 5700 Orange Avenue.

“I am thrilled to invite the community to attend the Tri-City Women’s Conference! Our successful conference has expanded to a regional event this year and is co-sponsored by the Cities of Los Alamitos and Seal Beach.  Our keynote speaker is Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks, President and CEO of Earth Friendly Products, who has been internationally recognized for her highly effective leadership and influential voice in the green movement and in corporate social responsibility.  Please join us for a day of inspiration, education, and celebration of the women in our communities” said Mayor Mariellen Yarc.

In addition to the keynote speaker, the conference will also feature breakout sessions in a variety of interesting topics including:

  • How Did I Get Here? Successful Women in a Changing World
  • Volunteering from the Heart
  • Women’s Health and Fitness
  • Women in STEM Careers

The cost to attend this event is $15.  Online registration is available at www.tinyurl.com/tricitywomensconference.

Interested in being an Exhibitor?  Space is still available!  For more information call (714) 229-6680.

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