SSWW Welcomes Eveline Horelle Dailey
and Dr. Gladys McGarey
WHO: Scottsdale Society of Women Writers
WHAT: Monthly Speaker/Dinner Meeting – speakers and book signing*
WHEN: June 26th, 2013 – Wed. 5:30-7:30
HOW: PLEASE – RSVP now to Patricia L. Brooks, president/founder
Cell 480-250-5556 or firstname.lastname@example.org See Details Below
WHY: The Scottsdale Society of Women Writers gives members access to events of interest, a format for exchanging ideas, an opportunity to network with other women writers and authors, an alliance with businesses relating to writing, publishing, camaraderie and support.
Speaker #1: Gladys Taylor McGarey, M.D., M.D. (H) Born in India Dr. Gladys Taylor McGarey is known as the Mother of Holistic Medicine. Retired from active family practice of over sixty years, she is internationally known for her pioneering work in holistic medicine, natural birthing and the physician-patient partnership. She and The Foundation for Living Medicine are actively involved in healthcare reforms. Dr. Gladys, as she is fondly called has authored many books, articles and other healthcare papers.
Book: The World Needs Old Ladies co-authored with Eveline Horelle Dailey offers in alternative voices, a fearless map to inspire the reader toward a growth map. Courage, confidence, trust, grace, holistic and scientific information infuse the pages with life’s humor and regrettable moments. As a bonus, the reader also finds Dr. Gladys’s favorite remedies.
Speaker #2: Eveline Horelle Dailey Born and educated overseas by various tutors, Eveline gave up interior design and drafting boards for a pen. Published and read nationally and also internationally, Eveline writes to inspire. Not afraid to cross the literary bridge at the center of her mind, her communicable prose is written passionately and does not escape her French heritage. She is inspired by nature, people and the colors she sees give birth to the distinct complexion of her writing style.
She paints when a canvas demands it, weaves when the swaying of the loom wishes to dance. She is a public speaker, philanthropist, and recipient of multiple awards.
See notes below for dinner fees, meeting format and location directions. Thank you.
MENU: A light dinner – salad or sandwich and soup, dessert, beverage and roll with tax and gratuity included – make your choice the night of the meeting.
COST: $22.00 for members – $25.00 for guests – PLEASE RSVP. Thank you.
CHECKS or cash: Please make check payable to Scottsdale Society of Women Writers (SSWW) prior to coming to the meeting to save time at the check-in table. Thank you for the help.
CHECK-IN: Please check-in between 5:00 and 5:45. The meeting starts promptly at 6:00. All those attending the meeting must pay for the dinner/room/speaker – cost noted above. Pick up your name badge at the front table and ENJOY a wonderful night!
AGENDA: The agendas will be on the dinner table – always a lot of good INFO for you.
DIRECTIONS: Chaparral Suites is in Scottsdale at Chaparral Rd just north of Old Town. Chaparral Rd has a light. Parking is in the rear – two large parking lots.
Note: best to enter from the middle elevator for the 4th Floor Grille – not from the main entrance.
From the 101 freeway exit Chaparral Rd and go west. Just prior to Scottsdale Rd enter the side drive at 4th Floor Grille – take that elevator. Note awning marked 4th Floor Grille on the Chaparral side. This is the easiest way in – again, not through the main lobby. Welcome!
Goals of the Group
- Value all the professional women writers seeking to share their expertise
- Honor all genres and all forms of professional writing
- Attend monthly meetings to move the group and its members forward
- Learn and share in the experiences of monthly professional speakers
- Grow the group to a membership of active and contributing women
- Encourage participation by members as presenters, mentors, judges and volunteers
- Support and challenge each other to always be writing
- Help members to stretch as writers and reach lofty personal goals
- Have fun, meet trustworthy women writers, share dreams