Tranquility Salon and Day Spa Hosts Community Connection Event with Author and Speaker John Mizerak
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — June 20, 2012
Haymarket, Va. – In its continued effort to give back to the community, Tranquility Salon and Day Spa hosts author John Mizerak at a Connecting Christ’s Community Over Coffee Event on July 9, 2012 from 10:00am to Noon. The event takes place at their salon located at 15125 Washington Street, Suite 304 Haymarket, Va., 20169.
The quarterly Connecting Christ’s Community Over Coffee event is open to community members in Haymarket and surrounding areas to connect with one another on issues of import.
At this event, John will discuss his healing process from Grief to Hope, using his recently published novel Black and White, his boots-on-the-ground involvement with the Every Orphan’s Hope Organization and the unexpected and sudden loss of his wife, Molly Mizerak, as his background narrative.
In addition to John Mizerak’s inspiring story, the morning’s event will include a healthy buffet of brunch options.
“We are pleased to have such an others-centered speaker like John Mizerak to motivate our Tranquility team and the community to pursue their life’s passion,” said spa co-founder Gloria Harding. “His involvement and sincere devotion to the local community and the world is truly a blessing and inspiration to everyone around him.”
The entire Coffee Connection idea was Molly Mizerak’s: Molly had a plan to bring women in the community together to make a difference in the world both locally and globally. The goal of the organization is to provide a spiritual support system in the community and assist women through life’s journey. After her passing in 2011 the Mizerak family has continued to fulfill her life’s ambition by dedicating themselves both to this organization and Every Orphan’s Hope.
“We are grateful for the Mizerak family’s devotion to make a positive impact on both the community and world,” said spa co-founder Gloria Harding. “The Mizerak family has made a lasting impression in my life, the Tranquility team and so many others. It is a privilege to host this event and have John here in person to continue to carry the torch for what mattered so much to Molly.”
For more information on this organization and how to get involved please visit http://hiscoffees.com.
Founded in 2002 by Gary Schneider, EOH works through local churches to defend, comfort, encourage, care for and pray for orphans. Each of the 11 EOH homes built to date house eight children and a widowed mother to care for them. For more information on Every Orphan’s Hope, visit www.everyorphan.org.