Newton Young Professionals schedules one standard event each month called a Lunch-and-Learn. In addition to a meal and networking, Lunch-and-Learns typically provide time for a not-for-profit organization to address the group briefly, followed by a civic or business leader who facilitates an educational or professional development time with question-and-answer at the end.
In addition, any given month may include separate events for NYP members as well. This might be a tour of a local organization. It might be a sporting event…either going as a group to watch the Wingnuts, or playing on an NYP bowling, dodgeball or volleyball team. It might include a community service event, such as our quarterly clean-up of Sand Creek. Or it may be an evening mingle where members can enjoy hor dourves and “adult” beverages.
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Lunch ‘N’ Learn Hannah Mosher with Faith & Fitness
January 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Hannah Mosher started her fitness career at just three years old, dancing at a local dance studio. At eleven year old, she was asked to join the competition team, and danced competitively across New England. She has received training from Broadway Dance Center, from instructor Nancy Borey of ABT, Jacob’s Pillow, and NYC Ballet, and from various workshops including some led by Travis Wall of So You Think You Can Dance. She graduated from her studio at sixteen-years-old, and was asked to return as an instructor. She taught at various local dance studios for five years before branching off and turning her passion for dance into a drive to help build a healthier community.
Hannah decided to launch Faith and Fitness – a ministry dedicated to educating and implementing healthier lifestyles, both externally and internally. She became certified in PiYo, completed Spin and Personal Training courses, and even created a flexibility and core-strengthening program called ELASTICIZE. After meeting her husband, Eric, they decided to take their love of fitness to the next level, and opened a small gym in Massachusetts – Common Ground Fitness Center. They specialized in group fitness classes, and owned and operated this facility for over two years before new opportunities arose in Newton, Kansas.