Health workshop addressing health issues, advocating and supporting community health initiatives. Variety of activities including financial aid workshops, adopting schools, college tours, and test taking techniques and mentoring. Women and Wealth – Money -This seminar presents actionable strategies for how to do more with your money. Career Fair, matching employers and employees as well as providing educational workshops, businesses and services of interest to women – a day of learning, relaxation and fun.
Creative Outreach Solutions was honored to participate in our very first MLK Jr. Parade in Lancaster, Texas on January 17th, 2009. Our focus was to bring awareness of ovarian cancer to the community and to get them involved in this great cause. With the help of many volunteers, we were able to distribute about one hundred sweat shirts and goodie bags. The goodie bags contained information on how individuals can get financial assistance and free medical screening. There were diverse groups of people in attendance, including men and women between the ages of 18 to 80 years old; African-Americans, Caucasians, Hispanics and Asians, who had the chance to receive information that we readily distributed to promote our message. We chose to get involved in this remarkable event not only because of its significance and historic meaning among minorities, but also to commemorate the very first activity of Creative Outreach Solutions; bringing awareness and education about Ovarian cancer to our generation. I think we were able to achieve that goal by marching through the streets of Lancaster, with members of other communities, and answering questions regarding the Organization and how others can get involved in spreading the news. Our hopes and aspirations for this Organization is to assemble and impart valuable knowledge to others and eventually getting many more people involved in our cause. On Saturday, we were able to gain a step towards that direction during the Martin Luther King Parade. Our goal is to also participate in many more parades in different cities around this great Metroplex, in doing so continue to spread the word regarding Ovarian cancer and bring awareness to many more people.
nIn celebration of women we would like to show homage to all women from the past to the present, by showing that women are important and a reminder of the trials and tribulations that women have to overcome. By displaying the strength and courage that women have every day by proving to the world that they are more than just warriors, but they are champions. The Crowns & Gowns Women’s Gala will motivate and empower women to reach their highest potential in life by FIRST LOOKING GOOD AND FEELING GREAT! We will enjoy live music, networking, amazing, electrifying speakers and an exciting fashion showcase. Semi-Formal Dress Attire discuss education and business development and promotes members’ businesses through networking. How to be a Lady Seminar, and Young Women workshops. Debates on most controversial topics relating to women in job market, educations, equal rights and economics.
Annual Southwest Writers Showcase presented by the Queenish Professional Women’s Club (QPWC). QPWC has put together a program featuring writers and literary professionals. QPWC seeks to expand the knowledge of attendees while highlighting literature and fostering engaging conversations on the literature and works for writers.
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Various Luncheons, some of which we announce who the scholarship recipients are for the following year.