By Michelle Crean
500 people from across the county heard about all the latest trends in nutrition, fitness and style tips on Thursday last at the Dawn Milk and National Dairy Council Ladies Lifestyle Evening.
Held in the INEC Killarney, the evening was a fantastic success raising €7,000 for the Donal Walsh Livelife Foundation and the Ian O’Connell Trust.
On arrival ladies were welcomed with a cookies and milk reception, and also received a goody bag on the night. The evening also included a fantastic raffle with some amazing prizes including a VIP Day at the Dawn Milk Ladies Day at the Killarney Races on Thursday, July 18, and two tickets to the Spice Girls concert in Croke Park in Dublin this summer.
The event commenced with advice on how to ‘Shape Up Your Nutrition’ with well-known dietitian and author Paula Mee, who sifted through the jargon and gave the audience practical tips and advice that works. One of Ireland’s most successful personal trainers and health blogger Nathalie Lennon gave lots of fitness and well-being advice. Nathalie also demonstrated exercises that could be completed at home with the assistance of MC Alan Finn of Radio Kerry.
Following the interval, style queen Celia Holman Lee revealed all her secrets in a Beauty and Lifestyle Q&A with MC Alan Finn. Celia also showcased a fabulous style segment with fashion from local Killarney boutiques MacBees, Scarlett Boutique and Weardrobe.
“We would like to thank everyone who attended the Ladies Lifestyle Evening and supported our two charities,” John O’Sullivan, General Manager, Dawn Milk said.
“The evening was a great success with lots of advice and tips from our guest speakers Paula Mee, Nathalie Lennon and Celia Holman Lee.”