March 30, 6pm–9pmWhere
St. Michael Hall 33 Elm Street, Fort Loramie, Ohio 45845
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 22
Join us for this Empowerment Celebration for our community’s Women in Agriculture!
6 p.m.-6:45 p.m. Mix and Mingle with heavy hors d’Oeuvres served.
6:45 p.m.-7:15 p.m. Keynote Speaker: Shelly Thobe, Wendy’s Product Innovations
Shelly Thobe, a Mercer County native, is director of innovation for The Wendy’s Company. Her areas of responsibility for the Wendy’s Product Innovation team include Beverages, Chicken, Salads, Frosty, Desserts and Packaging. Thobe joined Wendy’s as a technologist in the Product Innovation department in 2001. As a key member of the Wendy’s Innovation team, she has played a significant role in a multitude of successful new Wendy’s products over the past decade.
7:15 p.m.-8 p.m. 1st Session
8 p.m.-8:45 p.m. 2nd Session
Old to New
Mila Hamilton, Gallery 2:Ten owner and artist in Sidney, shares her enthusiasm for upcycling and repurposing furniture and home décor. The gallery is filled with unique items including jewelry, greeting cards, photography, pottery, furniture and extreme sculpture among other things. For persons with other tastes, Gallery 2:Ten has expanded their offerings to include wine and craft beer for carry-out. Mila’s goal is to blend old and new resulting in something “out of the ordinary.”
Kelly Brakefield Moore joined Wright & Moore Law Co. LPA in August 2005. Her areas of focus are estate administration and estate planning. Kelly graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and recreation administration. While working full time in Columbus, she attended Capital University Law School in the evenings and graduated in 2005. She was admitted to the Bar in May 2005.
Melanie Cedargren is the owner of The Spicy Olive, a tasting emporium for the freshest olive oils and the finest balsamic vinegars. The Spicy Olive opened in West Chester in 2012 and has expanded to Hyde Park and Austin Landing. Many are looking to prepare better, healthier meals and olive oil is a wonderful addition. Melanie’s primary goal is to provide customers with lab certified, sensory evaluated fresh Ultra Premium olive oils and also provide the finest aged balsamic vinegars imported from Modena, Italy.
Morgan Aultman is the program director for the Farm Safety 4 Just Kids local chapter. She is also a chemistry and physics teacher at Ansonia Local Schools, Drama Club adviser, Science Club adviser, 4-H Cloverbud adviser, and during the summer is the farm market manager for the downtown Greenville farmers market.
8:45 p.m. Wrap Up
Cost: $20 per person
Portion of the fee will support women in crisis.
Registration Deadline: EXTENDED TO MARCH 22
For more information, call or email: 877-775-7642 or [email protected]
We thank the following sponsors for making this Empowerment Celebration possible:
A.G. Boogher & Son, Inc.
Shelby Co. Farm Bureau
Leonard & Lou Ann Albers
G.A. Wintzer & Son Company
Hubbard Feeds Inc.
Shelby Soil & Water Conservation District
Pioneer Electric Cooperative
TruCount CPA PC
Tony & Joyce Bornhorst
Buckeye Ford Lincoln
McCrate, Delaet, & Co. CPA’s