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Women's conference slated at St. Croix National
New Richmond Wisconsin 127 South Knowles Avenue 54017

"Being Alive" will present the St. Croix Valley Women's Conference on Saturday, Feb. 28, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the St. Croix National Event Center, 1603 32nd St., Somerset.

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Cost is $40, including lunch.

The St. Croix Valley Women's Conference will enable women to idle their motor when they feel like stripping their gears. They will learn:

• How to identify acute and chronic stressors and get tips for creating change.

• Look at who are the toxic and supportive people in their life.

• How to create balance with "have to's" and "want to's."

• The importance of play and humor for adults.

• Examine personal values and create a plan to achieve them.

Sue Baldwin will be the keynote speaker for the conference. Baldwin lives in Stillwater and owns Insights Training and Consulting. She is a nationally recognized author and motivational presenter.

As a 12 year-cancer survivor, Baldwin has learned how to create balance in her diversified life and embraces the experience that the ageing process brings with it. "Play Now -- Act Old Later!" is her motto.

You can find out more about Sue by visiting her Web site at www.suebaldwin.com.

"Sponsoring the St. Croix Valley Women's Conference is a true gift," says Denise Gunderson, founder of Being Alive. "It is my joy to enable others to find inner peace and connect with their higher self and I am honored that Sue Baldwin would join us to share her warmth and wisdom."

For 20 years Gunderson has been helping others to simplify their life and live in the moment. She offers relaxation therapy, spiritual raindrop therapy, sacred being therapy, and practices Qigong at her Being Alive studio in Hudson.

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