Breezy Point Women's Club to venture to Safari North Wildlife Park

Tickets are on sale for fundraiser fashion show to support local police and EMTs.

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BREEZY POINT — The Breezy Point Area Women's Club will meet at 10:45 a.m. - earlier than usual - Wednesday, Sept. 7, at Breezy Point City Hall.

After a quick update and lunch, the group will depart for an excursion to Safari North Wildlife Park south of Brainerd. Participants should bring $15 for lunch and $15 for the park. RSVPs were due by Aug. 30.

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The group will hold its fashion show fundraiser Sept. 29 at Breezy Point Resort to purchase a new heart monitor for Pequot Lakes Police and emergency medial technicians. The current machine is 20 years old with outdated software.

Tickets for the annual fundraiser fashion show are now available. A $75 admission includes the meal, donation and fashion show, as well as door prizes. Local merchants will showcase local clothing lines with discounts.

Tickets may be purchased from women's club members or through Marcy at 218-330-2641.

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