Saturday, October 31, 2015

Greenville BPW Club features Music Therapist Ashlee Carder!

Ashlee Carder
Greenville, OH. The Greenville BPW will host their monthly dinner meeting, Thursday, November 12th at the Brethren’s Retirement Community’s Private Dining Room @ 6:30 pm. The program will include a presentation by Ashlee Carder, Board Certified Music Therapist from State of the Heart Hospice. Ashlee will explain what Music Therapy is, how it is used, demonstrate some relevant exercises and discuss how we can use the music therapy toolbox for our own and our loved ones’ wellness. Ashlee studied music therapy at Ohio University for 4 years, completed a 6 month internship at State of the Heart Hospice, and took the board certification exam for music therapist in May of 2014. Ashlee works for State of the Heart Hospice, a non-profit hospice agency that provides quality care for patients and families in western Ohio and eastern Indiana, serving 12 counties in those two states. State of the Heart Hospice provides care for patients and families in the end of life, after treatment is no longer successful or possible. State of the Heart, wants to ensure the best possible quality of life for you and loved ones at the end of life. As a music therapist, Ashlee uses music therapeutically for non-musical goals, such as pain management, connection, sensory stimulation, relaxation, spiritual and emotional support. Each session may look different, using music to best fit the needs of patients and families at that time.
diamond necklace from Super Raffle we are holding

The BPW club will also have available for sale ‘super raffle’ tickets. Winners will be drawn at the December 10th meeting. You can win one of four prizes: 11 quart Kitchen Aid Food Processor, a Diamond “Shimmer” Necklace from Wieland’s Jewelers, A Spa Mani, Pedi and Facial from Mae’s Beauty Salon & Spa, or Reservations for 2 at a 2016 “Thrill of the Grill” Event at the Winery at Versailles. Tickets are also available from any BPW Club member or by contacting Susan Shields at 937-548-2592 / email or Debbie Niekamp at 419-305-2178 / email All proceeds are used to grant scholarships to the young women of Darke County. The Greenville BPW Club’s mission is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education, and information.

For reservations please contact Marilyn Emmons by noon on Monday, November 9th at 937/548-5824 or

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