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On October 30th, 2015, Amy presented Gutless & Grateful as the featured keynote in the First Annual Eating Recovery Foundation Benefit.

View photos from the event here:

Join Eating Recovery Center Foundation for an intimate theatrical production of Gutless and Grateful, a one-woman musical autobiography capturing a journey of hope and resilience that embraces life’s beautiful detours. Featuring keynote speaker and survivor Amy OestreicherLowry

Amy’s performance is a benefit show for Eating Recovery Center Foundation. The Foundation is a life-changing resource for those suffering from an eating disorder, as well as their families and caregivers, providing funding for educational outreach, research, and charitable care.”

Learn more about Gutless & Grateful programming here.

See Amy’s reflections from the weekend here.

Please join Eating Recovery Center Foundation

for a special performance of

Gutless and Grateful

A musical journey of hope, determination and perseverance

featuring Amy Oestreicher

Friday, October 30th

at six o’clock in the evening

Eisenhower Chapel, 293 Roslyn Street, Lowry Town Center

Join Eating Recovery Center Foundation for an intimate theatrical production of Gutless and Grateful, a one-woman musical autobiography capturing a journey of hope and resilience that embraces life’s beautiful detours.

TLAN pic

Amy’s performance is a benefit show for Eating Recovery Center Foundation. The Foundation is a life-changing resource for those suffering from an eating disorder, as well as their families and caregivers, providing funding for educational outreach, research, and charitable care.

We are requesting a $10 donation per ticket with 100% of the proceeds directed to

Eating Recovery Center Foundation.

If you are unable to attend, you can still make a donation on our website.

Please note: the production may be potentially triggering for individuals who are in recovery.

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