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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

The YWCA's Empowering Women Luncheon

10/10/2012

Organization: YWCA's

This is the area's largest event of its kind dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls in our community. This year's speaker is Kathy LeMay. After losing her father as a child, Kathy and her family became homeless, living out of a car, visiting shelters and food banks to survive. Join us for this special celebration and discover how the YWCA is changing the lives of women in our community every day. Tickets: $60 per person, $600 for a table of 10. To purchase a table or tickets, find us online at www.ywcarochester.org or call 368-2261.



 

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