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Annual Networking Dinner: Marilyn Richards

  • 03 Jun 2010
  • 6:30 PM
  • China Harbor Restaurant, Seattle

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  • Cost to attend is $20 for PSCDA members, guests and nonmembers. Registration required for all attendees.

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Marilyn Richards is a wellness coach for those facing illness, stress and challenging life transitions. She inspires people to enhance their natural ability to heal and move through blocks to lead purposeful and rich lives. As a two-time survivor of cancer, Marilyn’s first-hand experience, combined with her intuitive insight, provides powerful tools for those seeking inspiration, clarity and empowerment.

Marilyn's practice is based on the belief that traumatic events, though unwanted, are an invitation to discover new possibilities that lie beyond. Her offerings include private coaching sessions, workshops and classes on life purpose and healing. She is a popular writer, talk-show guest and speaker, delivering keynote addresses for such organizations as the American Cancer Society and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Marilyn is a graduate of Seattle University, a registered counselor, coach and a member of the International Federation of Coaches. She can be found on the web at www.marilynrichards.com.


  • WHEN: Thursday, June 3, 6:30 p.m.   
  • WHERE: China Harbor located at 2040 Westlake Ave. N., Seattle. See the map for directions. Free parking available near the restaurant after 4 p.m.
  • COST: $20 per person for PSCDA members, guests and nonmembers. Registration required for all attendees.
  • DINNER MENU: China Harbor Appetizer Plate (3 items), Egg Flower Soup or Hot and Sour Soup, Broccoli Beef, Honey Walnut Prawns, General Tso's Chicken, Imperial Vegetable Delight, Chicken Fried Rice, Fresh Fruit


"Join us for PSCDA’s annual dinner and an inspirational talk from Marilyn Richards. My Job Club members talked about her presentation for weeks after they heard her speak. She made a tremendous impression."

—Terry Pile, PSCDA President Elect

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