GAINESVILLE - WomenSource will host Emmie Howard and Martha Randolph at its August Brown Bag Lunch. The title of the program will be "Recipe for Success: Women Who Own & Operate Businesses." <br />
The meeting will be at the Frances Meadows Aquatic & Community Center <br />
on Thursday, August 1, at noon. The luncheon will be sponsored by Regions Bank and<br />
catered by Brenau Catering. Regions Bank will be giving away a Regions Green Bike as a door prize.<br />
The Outreach Agency WomenSource is partnering with for the month of August is <br />
United Way of Hall County. <br />
Click on the link below for more on WomenSource and the August meeting.
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