Zoë Institute Inc. will host its annual Women’s Conference on Saturday, April 12 at 10 a.m. in Tahlequah, at the Indian Capital Technology Center.
“We’re excited about this year’s conference,” said Rhonda Clemons-Hill, Zoë Institute’s executive director. “Our theme this year is ‘100/4 Life’. We’ll be sharing 100 tips on various topics that can change the women’s lives. This year is Zoë’s 10th anniversary, so we’re going to give 10 tips for each year Zoë has been in existence.”
Zoë’s 10th birthday party will be celebrated, and a light lunch will be provided.
“Of course, we have door prizes and freebies; the ladies are all ears to hear their lucky number called,” Clemons-Hill added. “This year, our grand prize will be gasoline for a year. One lucky winner will receive a monthly check for a full 12 months to help them pay for gas. Someone will be thrilled with that.
Zoë is about long-term life change. Its mission is not to simply be a crisis agency, although it does operate in that capacity.
“It’s our desire to provide a place where people can learn they are valuable, where they can be mentored, educated, supported and encouraged,” said Clemons-Hill. “The conference is a part of that encouragement – a time to re-charge your inner battery, be motivated to make changes, and a time to be blessed by others.”
For more information, and to register for the conference, call Zoë Institute at (918) 453-9778, Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.