Wednesday, April 14th, 2021


S.M.A.R.T Women Spa Retreat Luncheon to benefit the H.E.R. Shelter

S.M.A.R.T (successful, motivated, and really tired) women gathered at Greenbrier Country Club to relax and enjoy a spa luncheon while raising awareness and proceeds for the H.E.R. Shelter. The guest speaker was Georgette Bridger, who herself received assistance from the H.E.R. Shelter 25 years ago. She is an inspiration and proof that with a little help and guidance anyone can change the path they are on. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, the H.E.R. Shelter is there to help., 485-1445.

Some photo contributions courtesy Vy Barto with the H.E.R. Shelter

Allison Joyce with Taylor Made Diagnostic, left, and Royce Ambrose with KIS (Knowledge Information Systems) and H.E.R. Shelter board member.

Jo Ann Harber, sales executive with Bankers Insurance and sister of guest speaker Georgette Bridger.

Guest speaker Georgette Bridger, left, and Beth Cross, the executive director of the H.E.R. Shelter.

Taylor Made Diagnostic's business developer Allison Joyce, left, and operations director Stella McClain

From left: Judy Evans, WAVY TV's Stephanie Harris, and Joann Sweeney

A group of ladies from Chesapeake Regional Medical Center came out to show their support.

TowneBank was a proud sponsor of the event and ladies from the bank enjoyed the luncheon.

Executive Director of the H.E.R. Shelter Beth Cross, left, and Vice President and Branch Manager of the Mt. Pleasant location of TowneBank Dorinda Seddon

Crystal Spick with NYR Organic

Old Dominion University Delta Sigma Lambda Sorority Members from left: Shari, Lori, Lesa, President Vy Barto, Julianna, Wanda, and Crystal

H.E.R. Shelter staff: Back row from: Olivia, left, and Shannon. Front row fromleft: Heidi, Brittany, Ashley, Joy, Ryanne, Jeannette, and Sarah

HER Shelter Volunteers from the Sentara Nursing Program

HER Shelter Staff: top row from left: Jeanette, Heidi, and Ryanne. Center row from left: Sarah, Olivia, Shannon, Ashley, and Joy. Front row from left: Beth, Kim, and Brittany