Two Grannies on the Road! 👵👵🚗💨
Wednesday, May 176:30—8:00 PMBoardwalk Room (Room 2)Sandwich Public Library142 Main St., Sandwich, MA, 02563
Glass Town Room (Room 1)Sandwich Public Library142 Main St., Sandwich, MA, 02563
Two Grannies on the Road speaker event.
ABOUT THE EVENT:
Not Ready for a Rocking Chair! Two young-at-heart grandmothers are sharing their love of exploration and adventure, showing that they can be business owners, wives, grandmothers, and still have fun! Join "Grannies" Beth Sobiloff and Marcia Rothwell as they share stories and reflect on their adventures touring all over the Commonwealth.
Whether it is a restaurant, a statue, a historic building, library, museum, art, llamas, farms, mountains or the sea, they have visited it all and have gotten to know the people who live there. Come hear their story about how they've reinvented themselves later in life, and are living their retirement years to the fullest!
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Beth Sobiloff, Owner, Birchwood Web Design, Plymouth, MA. Web Design, Hosting & Search Engine Optimization BirchwoodEnterprises.com. Beth grew up in Ohio, and is a graduate of Smith College. She has three children and six grandchildren. At the age of 50, Beth changed careers. She obtained a Webmaster Certificate from Clark University. Two years later, she opened her own web design business. She is a past president of the Hanover Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy Parents Association, served on the Board of the South Shore Women's Business Network, and now serves on the Boards of the National Marine Life Center and the Herring Ponds Watershed Association.
When she's not designing websites, Beth enjoys knitting, kayaking and cake decorating, as well as spending as much time as possible with her grandchildren.
Marcia Rothwell, "Partner in Crime" - Marcia retired from Hartford Hospital after 46 years. There she worked as a nurse for 36 years on numerous floors and clinics and then as Director of integrative medicine. She grew up in Connecticut and spent part of each summer in Sagamore Beach Highlands where she resides now. She has four children and six grandchildren which she loves to have around.
Marcia enjoys crocheting, art, Zentangle and being creative. When she’s not busy with the Grannies or hosting retreats, you can always find her biking, swimming, walking or working in the yard. She is also on the Board of Directors of the Sagamore Highlands Association.
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