Ladies Empowerment Seminar "I love ME some ME!!!"
On August 30th, 2012 the West Anniston Foundation hosted a Ladies Empowerment Seminar with funding provided by the Verizon Foundation. The theme of the seminar was “I love ME some ME”. The purpose of the seminar was to empower women of all ages to live healthy, happy, productive lives.  There were about 30 ladies present at the seminar. The seminar included presentations from women in the community who work to empower others on an everyday basis. Trace Fleming Smith works as a Sexual Assault advocate at 2nd Chance, a domestic violence shelter in the Calhoun County area that provides services to the victims and families of domestic violence and sexual assault. Edith Cook Kelly is an independent Mary Kay Beauty Consultant. She also serves as the Program Coordinator for Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind Mentoring Program. Her motto is, “Eat Less, Move More and Buy Cute Clothes!”  Jenniffer Whyte is renowned Zumba Instructor in the Calhoun County area and she heads up “Healthy Living”, a support group that meets twice a month where women speak freely of their weaknesses and strengths and learn to eat and live healthy. Minister Katina Prince is a part of the ministerial staff Rest Haven Missionary Baptist Church, located in Anniston, AL.  Minister Prince is truly passionate about fulfilling life’s destiny, while also pursing her calling to help others seek their life’s destiny as well.  For more information about upcoming events funded by Verizon Foundation, please contact Tycoma Miller at 256-238-8476.

Special Thanks:
Adena Ross
Wade & Associates Chiropractic