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Wednesday July 1st, 2015 11:37PM

WomenSource Aug. meeting: Football 101 & Tailgating Tips

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Join WomenSource for a program entitled "Football 101 & Tailgating Tips" with speakers Matthew Gruhn and Dannella Burnett, at the monthly Brown Bag Lunch hosted by WomenSource on Thursday, August 2, at 12:00.

Gruhn is Head Coach at Lakeview Academy, and Dannella Burnett is Owner/Chef and Consultant of Oakwood Occasions.

The August Brown Bag Lunch is being sponsored and catered by McDonald's of
Northeast Georgia Inc.

The Outreach Agency for August is the Gateway Domestic Violence Center.

Attendees are asked to bring paper towels, toilet paper, laundry detergent, zip lock bags, baby wipes, $10 gas station gift cards, and pillow cases to be donated to the Center. Jessica Butler, Executive Director of Gateway Domestic Violence Center will present a brief video and information on Gateway's mission of meeting the basic needs of domestic violence survivors in the community
and how they are helping to create an environment for safe, healthy, self-sufficient growth, and violence prevention.

Matthew Gruhn will be entering his sixth year at Lakeview and 19th overall as a coach. Coach Gruhn was previously at Winder Barrow High School and Apalachee High School where he coached both football and tennis. He played football, basketball, and tennis for Gainesville High School and continued playing tennis
throughout college. Matthew is the son of Jean Gruhn and the late legendary Gainesville High football coach, Bobby Gruhn.

Dannella Burnett has worked in the culinary and special events fields since the age of 16. She has degrees in Culinary Arts and Food service Management from Johnson and Wales University. She has earned Gold Medals in both London and Germany for International Culinary Competitions. In 2009, Burnett created
Oakwood Occasions to provide North Georgia with quality hospitality solutions. In 2011, she created a second business, OO Fudge Factory which provides gourmet fudge for gift giving and is available nationally.

The Brown Bag Luncheons are held on the first Thursday of each month at the Frances Meadows Aquatic & Community Center. These events are open to the public. You do not need to be a member of WomenSource to attend; however, because lunch is included in the program, reservations are required. Doors open and lunch is served beginning at 11:45. The programs begin at 12:00.

The cost to attend the Brown Bag Lunch is $5.00 for Founding & Annual Members and $6.00 for Non-members. Payments are accepted at the door. To register your attendance for the Brown Bag Lunch, contact WomenSource by phone at (770) 503-9060, by email at laura@womensource.info, or register online at www.WomenSource.info by 5 p.m. on Tuesday,

WomenSource is a non-profit, charitable organization that was founded in partnership with the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County, North Georgia Community Foundation, and United Way of Hall County to help encourage women of all ages and backgrounds to achieve personal and professional success.
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