Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Mercy Care Begins with Me Ticket Giveaway!

The Mercy Care Begins With Me Event For Women is set for October 5th from 5:30-9pm at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel.

This annual health & lifestyle event for women is set to feature a keynote address by best-selling author Emily Giffin and Deirdre Fitzpatrick from KCRA 3 will emcee.

The event will include Informative Care Chats––interactive discussions led by Mercy experts on health topics important to you and your family. Some of the topics this year include: Headaches, Heart Health, Podiatry, Women's Health, Sleep, and Diabetes.

Guests will be invited to enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres and sample tastings of local wines, coffees and decadent desserts.

Visit the Marketplace Expo featuring the latest in lifestyle, fashion and beauty items. Gain valuable insight from Mercy medical experts on health topics like heart health, headaches, podiatry and more. Emily Giffin, best selling author of “Heart of the Matter,” “Something Borrowed” and “Something Blue” is the guest speaker. There will also be a grand prize drawing for a luxurious day spa for two, and take away a stylish swag bag with gifts for you.

Guests must register to attend. Here is the link to register.
There is a $25 advance registration fee per participant. Proceeds to benefit Women’s Empowerment, a nonprofit organization in Sacramento. To register or for more information, go to carebeginswithme.org or call (916) 851-2110.

I will be giving away a pair of tickets to Mercy Care Begins with Me to a cakegrrl.com reader. One thing we all have in common is stress, so to enter the contest, tell me your favorite way to unwind and relax in the comments section by this FRIDAY SEPT 24th. (sheesh) I will pick a winner at random. Good luck!!

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I'm a state worker and lately, stress has been my middle name. Furloughs, layoffs, and overall low-morale day-to-day can put a damper on a girls parade. I like to do take periodic walks throughout the day through Capitol Park and through the Downtown area. Both places are calming; one has an area to sit and people watch or even to just sit under a tree, the other has many stores and restaurants to be explored. Getting away from your desk and walking promotes fitness as well as calms the mind.

But if all else fails... eat a cupcake :)