The Second Annual Sisterhood Empowerment Retreat


Building Bridges Foundation of Georgia, My Sister’s Keeper, Right Track Consulting and Star Charter Academy proudly present our 2nd annual Sisterhood Empowerment Retreat, Brunch and Worship service on the beach 2016! On April 30, 2016 16 young ladies from the surrounding area will participate in our sisterhood retreat and have a night filled with character development, empowerment sessions, creative writing, spiritual guidance and more. On May 1, 2016, we will host our Sisterhood Empowerment Brunch and Worship service at Tybee Island, Georgia. The theme is “RISE UP and Blossom”, this phenomenal retreat and worship service will feature a combination of education, motivation and spiritual, networking, shopping and entertainment that will empower and/or motivate all attendees with the discovery the profound gift and blessings we have as sisters and children of God. We would like this event to be filled with hundreds of diverse women of our city, county and state gathered in unity and celebrating sisterhood.

The retreat and worship service will feature dynamic motivators. Our youth vision motivators for retreat are Tabatha Crawford-Roberts, Kesha Oliver-Roberts, Tiffany Nelson and our youth creative facilitator and motivator Tina Brown. Our Spiritual Motivators are Ministers Dionne Piper, Tara Nelson, and Chasney Ketchup all from Savannah, Georgia. Our praise and worship motivators are Andrea Barnes, Laquinta Larry, Monica Daughtry and Porschia Mitchell all from Savannah, Georgia. We will also have youth and adults ministering to our souls through dance.

For more information contact (912) 335- 7915, email sistersempowerment@righttrackservices.org, or visit our website at www.righttrackservices.org.

Ticket Locations: 520 Wings, Lester’s Florist, Sigma Graphics, Luxe The Salon (Tamara), online at www.righttrackservices.org and contact (912) 335-7915 for group ticket purchases



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