Girls Inc. Holds Strong, Smart & Bold Brunch


Girls Inc. of the Northern Sacramento Valley invites the public to The Strong, Smart and Bold Brunch,” a celebration of community leaders and a time to thank and inform Girls Inc. NSV’s supporters. Girls Inc. NSV will celebrate its 10-year anniversary this year!

 Come and enjoy a delicious brunch, hear an update on Girls Inc.’s latest news and developments, meet the winners of this year’s annual community awards, enter a raffle for fantastic prizes, and socialize with others who support Girls Inc.’s mission: Inspiring all girls to be Strong, Smart and Bold.

 All proceeds benefit Girls Inc., the non-profit organization that has served girls ages 6 to 18 in Tehama and Shasta counties since 2006. Girls Inc.s all-girl programs promote leadership and community service in girls, link them with local mentors, and encourage the pursuit of higher education. Its wide range of research-based programs also teach girls economic literacy, encourage their participation in sports, educate them about non-traditional careers in science,  technology and engineering, and math, and guide them in nurturing their own self -esteem. 

 What: The Strong, Smart and Bold Brunch and 10-year anniversary celebration

 When: Sunday, May 15, 2016, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

 Where: Riverview Golf & Country Club, 4200 Bechelli Lane,Redding, 96002

 Why: To honor our community’s leaders with the Strong, Smart and Bold Awards and the Barbara McIver Award

 Tickets: $25 each, or $200 for a table of eight

 RSVP: By May 13. Contact Kate O’Rorke at 527-7767 or

For more information, call Girls Inc. NSV at 527-7767, visit

or email

-from press release
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