Irene Dunne Guild Planning September 1 Think Pink Women’s Wellness Event

Members of the Irene Dunne Guild gathered before the last Think Pink luncheon held at the Upper Bel Air Bay Club.

“Think Pink for Women’s Wellness,” an Irene Dunne Guild annual event, focuses on health education and awareness for women and their families. The Irene Dunne Guild, a support group of Saint John’s Health Center Foundation, created Think Pink over 16 years ago as a gathering meant to educate women on important health issues. This year brings together mothers, sisters, daughters, and dear friends in a newly re-imagined and socially distanced setting with safety at the forefront. Guests will safely enjoy a series of lectures focusing on women’s health.

This year’s event is Wednesday, September 1, from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Upper Bel Air Bay Club. This popular event will ensure open areas and distance to move around safely, and masks will be available for those who need them.

Morning break-out sessions with notable physicians and speakers are featured. Over the years, topics have included healthy brain aging, addiction, urology, dermatology, and breast health. The event culminates with a wonderful luncheon held outside on the lawn of the Upper Bel Air Bay Club overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Boutique shopping with open areas to prevent crowding will be available throughout the event with net proceeds benefiting programs, equipment, and services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center. Tickets are $150 per person. Think Pink Co-Chairs are Susie DeWeese and Kathy Yawitz. For more information, contact Esther Espinoza at, or call 310-829-8262.

The Irene Dunne Guild is celebrating its 34th year as a major support group of the Providence Saint John’s Health Center Foundation in Santa Monica, California. The guild is comprised of over 100 members committed to putting their hearts forward to find innovative ways to fundraise, comfort patients, educate their community, and nurture the mission of providing compassionate care. For more details, see

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