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Connect Health & Community invites you to participate in a celebration of remarkable women as part of International Women’s Day on 7 March, 2019.
Held for the fourth year in a row, Connect Health & Community, in partnership with Women’s Health in the South East, Bayside Council, Central Bayside Community Health Services, Highett Neighbourhood House, Moongala Community Centre and Bentleigh Secondary College will celebrate ‘Women in Sport’ #BalanceforBetter, discussing the successes and challenges of sport, from leadership to playing.
With sponsorship from the Rotary Club of Bentleigh Moorabbin Central and Bendigo Bank, the informative and innovative evening will recognise and celebrate the achievements of remarkable women.
The outstanding evening will be feature Victorian of the Year, Susan Alberti AC, and a panel of local inspiring women including, Jillian Chalmers, Felicity Frederico (OAM), Michelle Jelleff and Jemma Owens.
MC for the evening is Kirstan Corban.
By giving a voice to the experiences and stories of women involved in sport, this project aims to recognise and raise awareness of the issues and challenges women face, including gender inequality.
This free event will be held at Brighton Town Hall, 6pm – 8pm on Thursday 7 March.
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