Breezy Point Area Women's Club to meet Aug. 3 in Crosslake

The meeting will feature guest speaker Pequot Lakes Police Sgt. Ryan Franz

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BREEZY POINT — The Breezy Point Area Women’s Club will meet Wednesday, Aug. 3, at the Riverside Inn Restaurant in Crosslake.

Check-in time is 11-11:15 a.m. and the meeting starts at 11:30 a.m.

The guest speaker is Sgt. Ryan Franz of the Pequot Lakes Police Department and North Country First Responders. Franz will talk about the use of defibrillators on the job.

The luncheon will include chicken, mashed potatoes, coleslaw and iced tea for $20.

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The BPAWC annual fundraiser fashion show will have tickets available for $75. The show is held each fall at Breezy Point Resort. Proceeds from this event and others have allowed the club to support the Pequot Lakes Fire Department, first responders, Pequot Lakes Library, Mid-Minnesota Women’s Center and Fun Books for Kids at Pequot Lakes Schools.


BPAWC also provides partial scholarships for nontraditional women attending Central Lakes College.

Anyone wishing to help sell tickets to the fashion show, call Julie Gowen at 218-820-3200.

For questions or inquiries on joining the club, contact Denise Simpson at 218-821-2496.

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