Fundamentally Female™ with Reneé Rongen to benefit SNMH Women’s Imaging Center cancer programs |

Fundamentally Female™ with Reneé Rongen to benefit SNMH Women’s Imaging Center cancer programs

Join Sierra the Nevada Memorial Hospital (SNMH) and The Center for the Arts as they present Fundamentally Female™ with Reneé Rongen, author and inspirational speaker, as part of its “Laughter is the Best Medicine” series from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 17. Sassy and soulful, brazen and bright, Fundamentally Female™ is a presentation with acclaimed speaker and storysmith Reneé Rongen. It takes you on a side-splitting safari to hunt and capture the elusive, universal spirit of “Every Woman.” Sharply perceptive, Rongen’s message is upbeat and unforgettable, the perfect blend of stand-up comedy and audience participation — empowering audiences to become architects of their own lives. Rongen is the author of the acclaimed “Fundamentally Female,” released in October 2012, that quickly climbed the charts to become a female best-seller that has won many regional and national book awards. This event also includes a book signing.

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, proceeds from this event will benefit SNMH’s Women’s Imaging Center for cancer prevention and screening programs. Tickets for Fundamentally Female™ with Reneé Rongen include a boxed lunch, by Emily’s Catering, for a minimum donation of $30/per ticket. To purchase tickets, call The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley at 530-274-8384 or order online at

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