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enid kick-off meeting

January 18, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

Contact: Sheila Kidder, OKC – (405.659.2852) | Adina Childs, Enid – (580-231-1877) | info@runhers.com

runhers to launch Enid Group

January 24th Date Set

Oklahoma City based runhers, a women’s lifestyle association, announces that it will be kicking off its Enid Group on January 24th at 6:30pm at Callahan’s, with a short celebration walk followed by a meet and greet to gather ideas on how to expand the reach and grow the runhers culture in the Enid area.  The runhers Enid group will be hosting training runs/walks, events and entertaining monthly forums.

runhers Director of Special Projects Sheila Kidder states, “We were so excited when the ladies in Enid contacted us to start up a group there. ” Kidder continues, “We are so much more than our name ‘runhers’ alludes to – our goal is to be a unifier and a community catalyst for a healthy, smart lifestyle.  Our goal is to help each woman as much as we can on her journey towards health happiness – and with Adina Childs, Kim Boeckman,  Sarah Brennan and the Enid team leadership we look forward to sharing and learning with the Enid Community.”

runhers Enid Director Adina Childs comments, “I loved what runhers was doing for women in other Oklahoma communities and I wanted to see that culture grow here in Enid as well.”  Childsstates, “Enid has a lot of positive things going on, and we think that this organization can help drive a more healthy and energized culture into the community.  We know women are the family catalysts, so we want to work with health organizations and other like-minded community resources to get Enid women and kids moving!”

About runhers® women’s association

runhers is a dynamic and creative women’s lifestyle organization.  runhers is built on the belief that women must move to live a healthy, balanced lifestyle. We produce lifestyle programs, trainings, creative forums, entertainment & amazing events. If you can imagine a better you, we can help you create it.  To connect, please visit us at www.runhers.com/about or facebook.com/runhers – twitter @runhers – email info@runhers.com

february meeting – safety & self defense forum for women


Safety & Self Defense Forum for Women set for February 13th
“Focus is on what women need to know”

runhers, a women’s health and lifestyle organization headquartered in OKC, announced today it was holding a women’s safety & self-defense forum on Monday, February 13th – beginning at 7:00pm in the Integris Cancer Institute of Oklahoma Conference Center. The event is free and open to the public. With the longer winter days and so many women out running, walking, shopping and carrying on daily duties in the early morning or evening darkness – women are literally at risk. Women need to be prepared, more aware, more alert and know what to do in case the unthinkable presents itself. Please join us for this very important discussion and demonstration by Leslie NesSmith. The national statistics on violence against women are incredibly disturbing. The New York Times last December reported from National Studies that 1 in 5 women have been sexually assaulted in the US. Many times these assaults are from a relationship gone horribly wrong, and other times they are random or stalking attacks carried out by a stranger who sees a situational vulnerability they can exploit. It’s wrong in any event! runhers Energy Director and Coach Sara McCauley states, “Women’s safety is critically important in all we do here at runhers, we want to take what we know and help educate others in the OKC metro on the importance of understanding the risks and having a plan to respond to it, before it happens.” Sara continues, “Our forum with Leslie will equip women with information that will reduce as many risks as possible by knowing what to do, when.”

About Leslie – Leslie NesSmith has been involved with martial arts and self-defense for a number of years. She competed in the US Open Kung Fu Championships (2000) and won first and second place medals in kata and sparring. Leslie has a personal passion for educating women in self-defense, as she herself became a statistic at the age of 19 when she was the victim of an assault. Fortunately Leslie escaped the attack and began her quest for personal self-defense knowledge.

november meeting

 Tangled, Tight, & Crackly

a celebration of hair, muscles, and skin

November 14, 2011 – 6:30pm

S Studio Salon & Day Spa

learn – laugh – wine – experience – prizes

bring friends – share the runhers phenomenon

october meeting

October Meeting

FACT:  Eight out of 10 women are in the wrong bra.  Don’t know what to do?  In partnership with runhers, a women’s club dedicated to healthy lifestyle through running and walking in Oklahoma, join us as we bring in a certified “braologist” from Moving Comfort to explain bra anatomy, proper fitting, break it down and help us out!

And, we’ll have medical oncolgist Lara Theobald, M.D., with the INTEGRIS Cancer Institute of Oklahoma, to discuss the latest news in breast care and keeping healthy!  So, why be uncomfortable any longer?  Laugh and learn with us as we host this informative event.  Door prizes and refreshments will be provided.

5:30 – 6:30 pm – Tuesday, October 11

INTEGRIS Cancer Institute of Oklahoma

5911 W. Memorial Road

Oklahoma City

Reservations can be made through the INTEGRIS Healthline at 405-951-2277

integrisOK.com/cancer