Women’s conference huge hit

April 27 was Lakedell Agricultural Society’s annual women’s conference.

  • May. 18, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Emma from Yoga at the Lake Studio shook everyone up with some Zumba.

Submitted by Teresa Thompson

Lakedell Ag Society

April 27 was Lakedell Agricultural Society’s annual women’s conference.

The day was jammed packed with fun, interactive events and speakers for women of all ages. Sprouts Greenhouse did a demonstration for the green thumbs in the audience, Carol Rempel presented her True Colors workshop, Emma from Yoga at the Lake Studio shook everyone up with some Zumba.

We had appetizers with Epicure (Julie Gainford), fashion show with the Clothing Store and Vanessa Goodman on her presentation “Strong.”

The day went over amazing with a whopping 107 guests and 17 different vendors that offered something for everyone. Thank you to all our sponsors, donors and volunteers for making this women’s conference such a huge success.

 

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