CWIB Luncheon March 19, 2019Name: CWIB Luncheon March 19, 2019Date: March 19, 2019Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM EDTRegistration: Sorry, registration for this event has been closed.Event Description:
Register for Connecting Women in Business luncheon on Tuesday, March 19 featuring a panel discussion on "Women in Male Dominated Professions"
Join Tonya Boettger of Solutions Electric Inc., Erika Walls of Central Industrial Manufacturing, Michelle Kruzel of Buday + Kruzel Architects, Georgia Abbott of General Motors and Moran Iron Works and Jania Taylor, Magician, for an interesting discussion and to hear about their work experiences.
The luncheon is at Stafford’s Perry Hotel. Registration and networking begin at 11:30 a.m. The luncheon and presentation will begin at noon and end at 1 p.m. Cost is $20 for CWIB members or $25 for all others.
The lunch will be Mediterranean Linguine (Garlic, Shallot, Kalamata Olive, Artichoke, Spinach, Roasted Tomato, White Wine).
Please make a note when you register if you require a gluten free option. Registration closes at 5pm on Friday, March 15 at 5pm. Any cancellations after that date or no-shows at the luncheon will be invoiced.
We have openings for luncheon sponsors. Trillium Salon is our first Quarter Champion Sponsor.
Be a luncheon sponsor of this event for only $200. It includes one lunch admission, plus a covered table for display so you can interact with the attendees during registration/networking time. Sponsors also have the opportunity put information on the tables. A sponsor can also offer a door prize. Average attendance is 95 women. Call Lisa for details 347-4150.
Advance Registration is Required. Please Register online today.
2019 Youth Art Show
Crooked Tree Arts Center
April 13th - May 11
An invitational exhibition, “Here and There” considers themes of place in time through three unique bodies of photographic work. Cameras have long been used to capture and preserve the world around us; the artists included in this exhibition photograph their surroundings in order to tell unique, personal, and unexpected narratives. Topics such as privacy, technology, beauty, and the environment are explored in this exhibition through images of varied landscapes.Artwork created by Char-Em ISD and home school students, Kindergarten through Grade 12, will be on display during the Youth Arts Festival.