Join i-Tri for an amazing evening of Spiritual Guidance, Healing and Messages from the Other Side with Clairvoyant/Medium, Colleen Clarke on Saturday, February 9th, 7-10pm, at Gurney’s Inn in Montauk, NY.
Getting ready to kick off their fourth season, i-Tri will welcome guests for an enlightened and exciting night with renowned clairvoyant, Colleen Clarke. Colleen Clarke has been involved in Spiritual work for over 13 years with clients throughout the country and from as far away as Australia.
Colleen believes that each of us has a spiritual team surrounding us at each and every moment. In her sessions, Colleen tunes into a person's spiritual team and is able to access the information that the other side feels is important to share. Her work is all about bringing people to a full understanding of who they are and why they are here, while at the same time providing clarity, healing and guidance.
Attendees at Friday’s event will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn about who they are, while at the same time, receive clarity, healing and guidance. This special evening is being hosted by i-tri -Transformation through Triathlon, and all proceeds will go to supporting programming for the young women of i-tri.
Tickets are $90 in advance or $100 at the door and include dinner and desert. There are a limited number of tickets available, so it is recommended that you order your tickets in advance. All proceeds will go to i-tri. To purchase your tickets go to our website www.itrigirls.org or call Theresa Roden at 631.902.3731. Please note that Gurney’s Inn is offering a special discounted rate of $175 for the evening for February 9, so guests can make a weekend of it. To make your overnight reservation, please contact Gurneys Inn- Banquets Department 631-668-1717
Developed in 2010 by Theresa Roden, an East End mother, i-tri offers at-risk adolescent girls the opportunity to transform into self-confident leaders and triumph physically and emotionally as they gain self-esteem and self-confidence through the sport of Triathlon. Founded at Springs School in East Hampton, New York and expanded last year to the Montauk School, girls, ages 11-14, were selected for participation based on an anonymous survey and the recommendation of the school social worker or guidance counselor. The program combines weekly group lessons focused on self-esteem building and leadership skills along with hands-on nutrition education for the entire family and after-school fitness activities such as yoga, belly-dancing and spin class with their triathlon-specific training (swim, bike, run) on Saturdays at the East Hampton YMCA RECenter. The results have spoken to benefactors and community leaders alike—with participants showing marked improvements in self-esteem and physical health.