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Nadine Champion will be the main event dedicated to the International Women’s Day of the Soroptimists Griffith | District News


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Soroptimist International Griffith is set to host guest speaker Nadine Champion at a breakfast dedicated to the 10th anniversary of International Women’s Day on Friday, March 25, 2022 at the Exies Club. Nadine is a gold medalist at the World Martial Arts Championships, an undefeated kickboxing champion and a cancer survivor; an experience that has contributed to the unique perspective of adapting to change, overcoming obstacles and winning against all. She is a highly sought after leader in courage, inner strength and resilience with fun, educational and touching delivery alike and has developed a concept of “life changing” called “10 Seconds of Courage” to challenge people to change their thinking to create your own success. SI President Griffith Patricia Clark said that providing Nadine as a guest speaker at the annual event was very exciting and promised an inspiring and uplifting mood for all participants. “It is a great privilege for our club to host Nadine Champion as a guest speaker as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of our IWD event this year,” said Mrs. Clark. READ MORE “Nadine, who has overcome life-threatening challenges and whose history of perseverance is truly memorable, will help lift the spirits, motivate, encourage and inspire members of our community who attend breakfast.” Our annual breakfast could not be more timely. if we think about the global and local challenges we have witnessed and faced in recent years, “added Mrs. Clark. Tickets for the event are now on sale and can be purchased at Griffith Camera House at 416 Banna Avenue or online here The proceeds from the event are used to fund Soroptimist projects to support women and girls.Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news for the community.Here’s how you can access our trusted content:



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