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100% of proceeds benefits the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh

Cost
$40 per person

Date
Tuesday, July 19, 2022
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Location
Gibson Social Club
537 North Main Street, Oshkosh

Afternoon Tea 2022

Please help us celebrate young ladies of the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh.

This summer, girls ages 7-10 are participating in a special etiquette program taught by Club staff. The girls are learning about manners, self-esteem, healthy lifestyles, how to treat others and themselves with respect and more. Afternoon Tea is your opportunity to meet Club members, encourage them, celebrate with them and hear firsthand the difference the Club makes in their lives. Women from the community will gather together on Tuesday, July 19th from 12-2 p.m. at the Gibson Social Club to sip tea and punch, enjoy a light lunch and congratulate Club girl members on their completion of the etiquette program. Ladies are welcome to wear brightly colored suits and dresses and bring their hats and gloves!

A short program will feature inspiring words from a lead speaker, Ali Starr.

Ali Starr started Tashi Deley to pursue a passion and a dream. At Tashi Deley (Ta-She Delay), a Tibet greeting meaning “I honor the greatness within you,” Ali delivers inspirational, interactive keynotes and culture enhancement + transformation.

Before creating Tashi Deley she served as the VP of Culture Development at Verve, a Credit Union. Ali has a diverse background having worked for the NBA, NBC 26 and the NCAA. She was an elementary school principal and coached a high school basketball team to the state championship game! She has a TEDx talk on servant leadership and was a finalist at the Next Top Credit Union Executive competition in Savannah, Georgia. Ali received a bachelor’s degree in Radio TV Film and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from UW-Oshkosh. She loves golfing, fishing, creating arts and crafts or having a dance party with her children: Penelope (PJ- 8), Vincent (Vinny-11), Ava Jo (15) and Lilly (17). Ali lives by the motto, “Who you are is good enough, don’t ever stop creating the next best version of yourself. It feels great to grow.” Learn more about Ali Starr at www.tashideley.us.

We are currently looking for sponsorships for this program. If interested, please contact our Director of Development & Strategic Initiatives, Katie Talken at katiet@bgcosh.org or at 920-233-1414 ext. 129.

Register Here.