Our first meeting of the year will be Tues. Sept. 13th and it will be a potluck dinner at Bon Air Public Library at 7:00 pm. We will be seated around tables in groups of 6-8 with random assigned seating. During dessert we will share our school and work experiences especially as it relates to STEM and/or the Pay Gap. It was suggested in the survey that we could all learn a lot from and about each other as we share. Each table will have a designated spokesperson to share briefly with the total membership in attendance about some of the more unique aspects from their table. In addition, we will have a chance to meet our scholarship winner from the Great Expectations program! In addition to our potluck and sharing we will
Coming up soon:
|Wine Tasting Fundraiser at Forest Hill Presbyterian Church! Sign up sheets to volunteer to provide food and other assistance will be available at our Sept. 13th meeting. Please contact Lesin Dippold, Barbara Strohman or Carol Swartz if you have suggestions or would like to be part of the fundraising team!
Date: Friday Nov 11, 2016
Time: 6 – 8 p.m. ET
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