An event for women of all generations at TPC Twin Cities

TPC ROSE is sponsoring legacy tea, an event for women of all generations, Saturday, April 13, at TPC Twin Cities, 11444 Tournament Players Parkway, Blaine.

The event will feature award-wining, humorous and inspirational speaker Reneé Rongen. She will share a lifetime of advice passed on by her 103-year-old great grandmother.

“When life’s journey is over and it’s time to leave mankind, remember it’s not what you take with you, but what you leave behind,” Rongen said.

Onsite shopping will start at 10 a.m. with a select group of local stores and suppliers. A four-course tea will be served at 11:30 a.m. At noon, Rongen will present “High Tea at 103.”

Rongen is well known for her international humorist keynote addresses to women’s audiences and for her one-woman comedy show, Fundamentally Female™.

Begged by her audiences to write a book incorporating many of the signature stories she shares on stage, she finally did just that.

Rongen’s new book, “Fundamentally Female,” was the only book in the Oscar-nominee gift bags in February in Hollywood.

She autographed books with special messages to some of her favorite actresses, like Sally Fields and Naomi Watts.

Legacy tea tickets cost $40 per person. Register at www.tpcrose.com. Questions may be directed to Janet Juenemann at 612-209-4585.

The ROSE in TPC ROSE stands for Reach Out, Serve, Empower. It is a group of TPC Twin Cities women members who share a commitment to make a difference in the community.

Each year, the group hosts fund-raisers to support a selected local nonprofit. Since founding in 2008, the group has raised more than $235,000 for area causes.

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