Classy and sassy women have night out


By Martha Cooper-Hudson

What an amazing evening of fun was had at the November Tasty Tuesday Classy & Sassy Women Night Out With a Purpose held at the Holiday Inn & Suites in Beaufort.

Women from Beaufort and surrounding areas came together for an evening of empowerment, fun, positive energy, great food, music, and door prizes as they saluted being amazing women.

image 1_-6Empowering women to live on purpose has become a part of my purpose and passion in life as I continue to walk towards my destiny. What I love most about the Classy & Sassy Women Night Outs is the mixture of women who come to support this event that is only getting larger and larger. There are business owners, mothers, wives, sisters, and daughters, all coming together for a common cause: The empowerment of women and living on purpose in order to make a difference in their lives and communities. The event allows women to let their hair down, learn from others, and understand that they are not alone.  Since the start of these event, we have seen eagles spreading their wings and flying to greater heights.

The next Tasty Tuesday Classy & Sassy event will be held in downtown Beaufort on Tuesday, December 17, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Overlooking the city at Old Bay Market Loft on Bay Street, there will be jazz saxophonist Greg Whittaker and his band Kamar live on stage, singer Mahagonee from Atlanta, and DJ Maestro spinning the latest tunes. So ladies grab your friends, sisters, and mothers and come out to enjoy a one of a kind evening with great appetizers, networking, empowerment, door prizes, but most of all amazing business owners/vendors with everything women want and need, image 1_-21including great last minute gifts.

For tickets, go to www.tastytuesday.eventbrite.com. For women business owners who would like to become a vendor, send an email to www.womenofgreatness@gmail.com; spaces are limited and will sell out. Visit us on facebook at www.facebook.com/TheWomenofGreatness.

Bring an unwrapped toy for a girl or boy that will be donated to local families.

Also, if you know of a family in need this holiday season, please send an email with their story to womenofgreatness@gmail.com.


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