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 tea icon         Tea Talks for Women                                                  

Bring your favorite teacup and enjoy inspirational talks by dynamic women!

 

 

What is a nice girl like you, doing in a place like this?

with Linda Alvarado, CEO of Alvarado Construction Inc.
and co-owner of the Colorado Rockies

Armed with her mother’s philosophy of empieza pequeño, pero piensa muy grande (“start small, but think big”), Linda Alvarado began her career as a laborer for a groundskeeper in college, moved into construction management, and formed her own company, Alvarado Construction. Now, with more than 35 years of experience in the construction industry, she executes multi-million dollar projects across America and internationally. When then-candidate Obama claimed the Democratic nomination in 2008, he was in an Alvarado-restored convention hall. And when the Denver Broncos take the field, they’re playing on turf that she helped lay. The sports connection doesn’t end there: Alvarado’s co-ownership of the Colorado Rockies makes her the first woman and first Hispanic owner in the history of Major League Baseball.  Click here see an interview with Linda about her trailblazing success in the male-dominated construction business and sports world. 

Join us to learn about Linda's career path and philosophy for success that has taken her down a very nontraditional road.

Sunday, September 21, 2:30- 4:30 p.m., Community Center, $12*

*Please bring your favorite tea cup and saucer.  Refreshments and tea service provided.

Space is limited; advance purchase required.



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Just Because I Can't Talk, Doesn't Mean I Don't Have Anything To Say

with Holly and Eileen Forlenza

Through a powerful keynote and vocal performance, Holly and Eileen will inspire you to look at life through the lens of hope and possibilities. Using supportive communication, Holly will share her wisdom and insight about life as a non-verbal woman breaking her silence to promote full acceptance, respect and systems change. Don't miss this rare opportunity to share with two amazing women dedicated to giving voice to the voiceless, promoting a message of love, kindness and strength.

Holly Forlenza, age 25, has pushed beyond the limits of intellectual disabilities to become an author, songwriter, small business owner, and to share her non-verbal message of love and perseverance. 

Eileen Forlenza is Holly’s mother and a motivational speaker, leader and performer, recognized nationally for her work on self empowerment and leadership, for over twenty years. Eileen partners with her daughter Holly to share a powerful message of perseverance and never ending love.

Sunday, October 19, 2:30- 4:30 p.m., Community Center, $12*

*Please bring your favorite tea cup and saucer.  Refreshments and tea service provided.

Space is limited; advance purchase required.
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