Women’s Center Celebrates 40 Years of Empowering Women with CNN’s Michael Smerconish

Women’s Center of Montgomery County to commemorate successful 40 years with guests, panelists at annual Spring Champagne Brunch.

ELKINS PARK, PA.—The Women’s Center of Montgomery County will host their annual Spring Champagne Brunch on Sunday, May 1 at the Meadowlands Country Club in Blue Bell, Pa. to celebrate their 40th anniversary of empowering women and supporting victims of domestic violence.

The event will begin at 11 a.m. with a silent auction, followed by a brunch, live auction, and panel discussion at noon. All proceeds from this event will benefit the organization’s advocacy and support services.

Legendary Philadelphia broadcaster Larry Kane will be the moderator for the Brunch.

During the program, the Women’s Center will welcome special honoree Michael Smerconish who will share insights into this election year. Smerconish is the host of “Smerconish” on CNN and The Michael Smerconish Program on SiriusXM as well as a lawyer, acclaimed newspaper columnist, and New York Times best-selling author.

Additionally a selection of local community leaders will lead a panel discussion, exploring the issues affecting women in election year 2016. Panelists will include Marcel Groen, Valerie Arkoosh, M.D., Farah Jimenez, Valentino F. DiGiorgio III.

The Women’s Center of Montgomery County is a volunteer, community organization with a primary focus on freedom from domestic violence and other forms of abuse. Their programs, policies, and procedures reflect a strong commitment to empowering women and supporting victims of domestic violence and their families. The organization focuses on eliminating domestic violence and other forms of abuse through services such as a 24-hour hotline, individual and group counseling, school and corporate training programs, and legal and medical advocacy. For more information, visit www.wcmontco.org.

Contact

Maria Macaluso

Executive Director, Women’s Center of Montgomery County

mmacaluso@womenscentermc.org

215-635-7346