Scenic City Women’s Network Holds Annual After Hours Event

Thursday, November 2, 2017
Selena Einwechter
Selena Einwechter

Scenic City Women’s Network (SCWN) will be holding the Annual After Hours Event with a Silent Auction just in time for the holiday’s with a Dessert & Coffee hour.  The featured speaker, Selena Einwechter, is an author, entrepreneur and inspirational speaker. 

The event will be on Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m. It will be held at the Heritage Landing Clubhouse, 1100 Heritage Landing Drive, Chattanooga, Tn. 37405.

After spending more than 30 years in corporate America, Ms. Einwechter decided to take a leap of faith and pursue her dream: building her own bed and breakfast. In June of 2009, she opened the doors of Bed & Breakfast on Tiffany Hill in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near Asheville, NC.

Ms. Einwechter loves to tell the story of how her dream became a reality. In fact, she finds that she is spending a great deal of time sharing the process she created with others. It is the story of a well-scrubbed plan and a dedication to seeing it through; it is the story of challenges, setbacks, and disappointments; and it is the story of the importance of her faith.

Now readers can capitalize on her journey by following the detailed plan that she provides in her book, Courage is Abundant in the Abstract. 

Tickets are $15. Reservations can be made through the organization’s website at www.scwn.org or by calling 423 698-6262, admin@scwn.org by Nov. 13. 

Founded in 1994, Scenic City Women’s Network is a ministry designed to Encourage, Equip and Energize today’s Christian working women to reflect Jesus Christ in their world. The organization’s vision is to fulfill Christ’s mission by encouraging working women with a sense of belonging to God and each other; equipping women to develop spiritual maturity and to become all they are to be in Christ and energizing women to bless others with the love, grace and truth of Jesus Christ. Scenic City Women’s Network is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and is financially supported by the faithful giving of those who are committed to this ministry.   Scenic City Women’s Network offers monthly luncheons at the Mountain City Club, weekly Meditations, dedicated prayer ministry, Marketplace Bible Studies, networking opportunities and other special events.  The After Hours event is a primary fundraising event for the organization.



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