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WomenSource to examine 'role of public media in a civil society'

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - The WomenSource Brown Bag Luncheon next month will feature Teya Ryan, President and Executive Director of Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) Media, discussing "The Role of Public Media in a Civil Society."

The program will be held at the Frances Meadows Aquatic & Community Center on Thursday, March 7, at 12:00. The luncheon will be catered and sponsored by Brenau Catering.

The outreach agency WomenSource is partnering with for March is My Sister's Place. My Sister's Place is a safe haven for homeless women and their children.

The register to attend the luncheon and for more information, click on the link below.
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