Austin Woman Magazine’s 2021 Woman’s Way Business Awards on May 19, 2021
As a mode and means of expression for women and nonbinary people in diverse arts and business industries in central Texas, Austin Woman magazine curates media content that supports and represents the incredible array of women creatives in the area. In this In Touch Interview, Austin Woman Director of Events and Brand Strategy Parke Ballantine talks about how she got involved with the publication and about AW‘s upcoming 2021 Woman’s Way Business Awards taking place on May 19, 2021. Ticket information is at the link below.
Area Agency on Aging + Free Estate Planning Workshop for Seniors and Caregivers on May 18, 2021
Alice Navarro, the Lead Benefits Counselor with the Area Agency on Aging (AAA), a division of the Capital Area Council on Governments (CapCOG), works to help make sure people have expert advice while navigating expansive and complex government programs like Medicare and the State Health Insurance Program (SHIP). She and her staff work with people of all ages to ensure good health and financial stability for the central Texas community. For Navarro, knowledge in these sectors is an issue of economic justice. To sign up for AAA’s May 18, 2021 Free Estate Planning Workshops for Seniors and Caregivers, click on the link below.
Scare for a Cure Fundraises for the Breast Cancer Resource Center and is Looking for Volunteers
Haunted house, Halloween, and live performance lovers, get excited! Scare for a Cure is a unique theatrical haunted house event that celebrates community and fun and benefits local nonprofit organizations like the Breast Cancer Resource Center, local food banks, and Manor Independent School District. Jarrett Crippen, Director and Lead Designer at Scare for a Cure, explains the gore cannon and most importantly, the incredible group of volunteers that makes this creative experience possible. Scare for a Cure design and construction starts this summer!