Lorraine Labonne-Storch

Join us for our April Networking Event

WHY WALK: Well-being for Your Business & Yourself

presented by

Risa Olinsky
April 25
6:30 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
South Mountain YMCA-Civic House
124 Dunnell Road
Maplewood, NJ

 

$10.00 Members  $20.00 Future Members

Light refreshments will be served

Risa Olinsky, MA, CWC, CPT is the Author of WHY WALK, Founder of Count on Yourself Coaching and Vice President of FreeWalkers Inc., a national non-profit.

Risa will present easy-to-incorporate STEPS to improving your health, your employees’ health and ultimately that of your business. Whether you’re a sole practitioner, CEO of a major corporation or you work for someone, your personal well-being affects your performance.

–Free drawing for a door prize, the book – WHY WALK!!!

Register at https://maplewoodchamber.org/…/networking-evening-event-ri…/

Contact Information
  1. Lorraine Labonne-Storch
  2. 973-477-6352
  3. lstorch61@gmail.com
Wed, April 25
6:30 pm — 8:00 pm
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Join us for our April Networking Event

WHY WALK: Well-being for Your Business & Yourself

presented by

Risa Olinsky
April 25
6:30 p.m. -8:00 p.m.
South Mountain YMCA-Civic House
124 Dunnell Road
Maplewood, NJ

$10.00 Members $20.00 Future Members

Light refreshments will be served

Risa Olinsky, MA, CWC, CPT is the Author of WHY WALK, Founder of Count on Yourself ...

124 Dunnell Road Maplewood, NJ 07040

South Mountain YMCA Civic House (in the Park)

124 Dunnell Road
Maplewood, NJ 07040

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