Her Traditions York Event

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You are cordially invited to join York Traditions Bank for our
11th Annual York Area Women’s Event

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Country Club of York, 1400 Country Club Road, York

Two Sessions Available!

Please choose the one that best suits your schedule and RVSP by Tuesday, May 28.

Breakfast in the Ballroom

Breakfast Buffet

8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Program begins at 8:20 a.m.

Register for Breakfast Event Here! 

OR Lunch in the Ballroom

Make Your Own Salad Buffet

11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Program begins at 11:50 a.m.

Register for Lunch Event Here!

As a valuable friend of York Traditions Bank, there is no charge for this event but seating is limited.

Questions? Call Kristen at 717-747-2682 or email hertraditions@yorktraditionsbank.com


The Keys to Your Confidence

in Your Life, Your Work and Your Money

Featured Speaker: Dr. Bertice Berry

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Sociologist Bertice Berry, PhD is a best-selling author, an award-winning lecturer, and has been named Comedian of The Year, Lecturer of the Year, and Entertainer of the Year. She has published 11 best-selling books in both fiction and non-fiction and has won numerous awards and accolades for both her writing and presentations.

Dr. Berry has had her own nationally-syndicated television show and has hosted, interviewed and made numerous television, documentary and radio appearances on a variety of diverse venues including The Tonight Show, Oprah, Between The Lions, Crossfire, 20-20, NPR, PBS, Comedy Central and CNN.

Berry has used her unique gifts and talents as a writer and ghost writer for others on a wide range of topics including race and gender issues, sociological studies, stratification, healthcare reform, humor, spirituality, sexuality, slavery and the abolitionist movement, weight loss and wellness, relationships, servant leadership, transformational leadership, diversity and love.

Berry has led parades, had classrooms named after her, and has been awarded over 10 honorary doctorates. She earned her own doctoral degree from Kent State University at the age of 26 and still sees her most fulfilling achievement and role in life as that of mother to her 5 adopted children.

“If you ain’t dead, you ain’t done,” a character in one of Berry’s novels says.

Dr. Berry believes that every one of us has been given a unique purpose and it is our obligation to find it and use it to improve first our own self and then for those we live and work with.