Friday, October 28, 2016


Greenville, OH. The Greenville Business & Professional Women’s (BPW) Club is planning their November 10th meeting hosted by the Individual Development Program (IDP) committee. The Individual Development Program is BPW’s seminar series in personal and professional leadership development. The program will assist people to succeed in meeting their personal and professional goals, as well as their goals for community action and change.

IDP committee chair Jane Carroll has invited Elizabeth Craycraft, owner and CEO of The Ostrich and Frog located in Covington, Ohio. She is by profession a pharmacist of all things! She is also an artist and the lead designer and creator in the expression of the living of her life. Elizabeth’s art takes on many genres of expression. She creates the characters that define The Ostrich and Frog (Stella and Archibald for example), does acrylic paintings, sculpts, dyes and spins fiber. Craycraft even once owned an alpaca farm! She sews, sketches, and does just about anything you can do to express life. A Jack of All Trades, but master of none, -that’s Elizabeth Craycraft. She has studied sculpting with Phillipe Faraut and has taken several art classes in college, but is basically self-taught.

The Club meets at the Private Dining Room at the Brethren Retirement Community located at 750 Chestnut, Greenville, Ohio. The dinner meeting will begin at 6:30 PM.

The Greenville BPW Club would like to invite women interested in learning more about the Club to the meeting. Call Marilyn Emmons at 937/548-5824 or by noon on Monday, November 7, 2016 to make a reservation to attend this meeting. The cost is $12.00 per person.

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