Together with the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), CMH Summer Adventures is excited to invite women in the San Francisco area to attend Using Travel to Jump Start Change: A Conversation with Marybeth Bond. In support of NOF’s Generations of Strength: A Mothers and Daughters Campaign, National Geographic author Marybeth Bond will explore travel as a way to move one’s life forward – from fitness to relationships. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear directly from Marybeth on “what makes life meaningful” and simple ways to contribute to a cause greater than yourself. Marybeth will discuss how adventures of a lifetime can also be a great way to reconnect with a daughter or close friend as she discovered on 2 Heli-Hiking trips and a cross country bike-ride with her daughter.
This fun-filled girls-night-out takes place at The General’s Residence, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, on Tuesday, May 1, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person and are available online at http://marybethbond.eventbrite.com. All proceeds will benefit NOF's Generations of Strength: A Mothers and Daughters Campaign, which aims to improve patient care and support for those who have suffered a fracture and to protect future generations from osteoporosis. In addition to some great food and drink, all attendees will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a CMH Summer Adventure Women’s Trip for two hosted by Marybeth Bond. The trip will take place from August 5 -8, 2012, at the CMH Bobbie Burns Lodge in the Canadian Rockies and is valued at $5,130 CAD.
Marybeth Bond is America’s preeminent expert on women’s travel. She has visited over 90 countries and is an award-winning author and editor of 11 books including National Geographic’s best-seller 50 Best Girlfriend Getaways in North America; A Woman’s World; and Gutsy Women. Marybeth Bond has been a guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show and has been featured countless times on TV, radio and in print. In 2010 she and her daughter JC cycled from San Francisco to New York city raising over $52,000 for the National Osteoporosis Foundation. For more information about Marybeth Bond go to http://gutsytraveler.com