GCH Ladies’ Night Out – Go Red For Women®
Due to inclement weather, this event has been rescheduled for:
Thursday, March 8 • 5:30 pm • Marriott Junction City
We will honor those already reserved and take additional reservations until Monday, March 5.
If you have already reserved but cannot make the March 8 date, please call 785-238-3787 for a full refund.
We apologize for any inconvenience and we hope to see you on March 8!
For reservations, contact Sharolyn Adams at
785-238-3787 or email@example.com
If you’re registering for a group, please give the names of everyone in your group to Sharolyn via phone or e-mail.
Pay online at www.gchcf.org
or mail a check, payable to
Geary Community Healthcare Foundation
P.O. Box 3015, Junction City, KS 66441
Get your friends together for a night out! See the fitness, personal wellness, and healthy lifestyle options available in Junction City. Wear comfortable clothes and try yoga, zumba, and self-defense demonstrations. Hear positive, uplifting messages from local health and fitness providers and get motivated to be your best – and healthiest – self in 2018!
$25 admission includes all of the evening’s activities:
• Wellness Expo
• Buffet Dinner
• Fitness Demonstrations (Dress Comfy!)
• Door Prizes
• Swag Bag & Take-Home Gift
Meet Our Motivational Wellness Speakers
Tiffany Naccarato, MSN, APRN
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Tiffany earned her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Wichita State University, and her Master in Nursing from Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts. Tiffany is a Family and Emergency Medicine Nurse Practitioner, and serves as the Medical Director for the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner(SANE) program at Geary Community Hospital. She and her husband, Dr. Teran Naccarato, make their home in Junction City with their four beautiful children, Bryton (6), Everly (3), and fraternal twins Jovie and Paxton, just 9 months old. She enjoys being an active member of the JC community through St. Xavier parish, Junction City Little Theatre, the CL Hoover Opera House, serves as co-Campaign Chair of the Dorothy Bramlage Public Library Expansion Effort, and is a staunch supporter of and loud voice for the Alzheimer’s Association and healthcare equity.
After working in the weight loss industry for four years, Jimi became more interested in the exercise side of fitness. She knew that her heart lay with helping individuals realize their healthy potential. While completing her personal trainer certification, she found her breath in Tai Chi, and then became certified as a Tai Chi instructor. Linking breath to movement seemed a natural fit to what was missing in my life. Through a series of events, she found yoga and has pursued this healing art.
Jimi is originally from Cincinnati and has lived in Georgia, North Carolina, Italy (three times), Germany, Kuwait, Okinawa, and Leavenworth. Jimi and her husband settled in Junction City after his retirement from the Army.
Although she is new to teaching yoga, Tami has had a personal practice for many years as a way to quiet her mind. She found yoga particularly helpful during her pregnancies. After becoming interested in her personal health and fitness, Tami became a personal trainer and began using yoga to help with her own mobility and recovery after workouts. This led to sharing yoga with others so people can see that it’s for everyone – all shapes, sizes and athletic levels. Everyone can benefit from yoga in their lives.
Tami is originally from Iowa and, as a military spouse, has lived in Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana, Germany, Georgia, Alabama, Hawaii, Alaska, and now Kansas. She is a mother of three and enjoys spending time with her family, enjoying the outdoors, traveling, and working toward her personal goals.