Herstory Weekend

 10th Annual

Herstory Weekend

Thank you to the generous  2014 volunteers and committee members.
We are proud of what we accomplish for our  community, and you are the reason!

March 27 & 28, 2015
Governor French Academy
219 West Main Street in Belleville
7pm-1am both nights

2014 In Review:
Schedule of Events
With EMCEES: East End Girls & "The Other One" Drea Stein

FRIDAY MARCH 28:
7:00: Welcome by Kim Vrooman, Executive Director of TOCO
7:15  Films by Elizabeth O’Donnell, Nadia Ghahkenshah & Destin Cylkowski 
7:30 Broken Cookie
8:40: East End Girls / Haircuts for Cancer Survivor Wigs
9:15: St. Louis Hoop Club
9:45: Sarah Jane & The Blue Notes
11:00: Exotic Rhythms Bellydance
11:30: The Oncomings

SATURDAY MARCH 29:
7:00: Welcome by Kim Vrooman, Executive Director of TOCO
7:15:  Films by Elizabeth O’Donnell, Nadia Ghahkenshah & Destin Cylkowski 
7:30: Phoebe Lieberman
8:00: Bella & Lily
8:30: East End Girls /Haircuts for Cancer Survivor Wigs
845: MAKING A DIFFERENCE:
 TOCO'S WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS

 9:15: Kim Massie & Solid Senders
10:15: St. Louis Hoop Club
10:40: Aalim Bellydance
11:30: EarthSol

Music, Dance, Film, Silent Auction, Raffle, Satellite TOCO Shopping
Delectable Eatables & Libations
Clever Conversations

2014 TOCO's Making A Difference:

Women of the Year Awardees:

1.Pearl Washington: Making a difference in community advocacy and spiritual awareness: Beacon board member, President of the Board at Radiance Community Church in Belleville, Illinois.

2. Nancy Friederich: Making a difference in arts and education: a visual artist and Southwestern Illinois College instructor, she has been an important part of Herstory Month at SWIC.

3. Beth Darr Keserauskis: Making a difference in business and education: Former Assistant Vice Chancellor for University Relations at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; And current Assistant Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Beth is the President of the Board of Camp Ondessonk, one of TOCO's community partners.

4. Debra Mize: Making a difference in social services: Former Director of Prevention of the Violence Prevention Center of Southwestern Illinois, and currently Executive Director of Phoenix Crisis Center.


PROM DRESS DRIVE AT HERSTORY WEEKEND:

Bring your gently worn cocktail/formal/prom attire
 to gift to girls who wish to go to prom
 but lack the financial resources!  

What a great way to show your support
 to young ladies in our community who need it most!

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