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Women in Network to hold Broward candidate meet and greet on Aug. 4 in Fort Lauderdale

News release from Women in Network:

Women in Network

Candidates from the upcoming August 26th election will be joining WIN Members and friends at the August 4th WIN General Membership Meeting.  Structured as a "Meet and Greet", the candidates will be available to discuss issues of concern to constituents in South Florida.  The event runs from 7pm-8pm.

Slated to attend: Ken Keechl, Lindsay Meeks (for Ken Meeks), Bev Kennedy, Daniel Imperato, Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed, and Alex Snitker.

The meeting is free to WIN Members, $5 for non-members.  Members of the press are welcome - please call ahead.

Refreshments will be available. 

For more information:  (954) 564-4946

Women in Network is a volunteer, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation committed to supporting and strengthening the LBTQ community of South Florida through education, outreach, philanthropic endeavors, and social and professional networking events.

Women in Network
P.O. Box 9744
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33310
(954) 564-4946
information@womeninnetwork.com
http://www.womeninnetwork.com

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