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Clear Vision with Confidence event set March 7 in Nisswa

Event is titled Clear Vision with Confidence "Your Healthiest Healthy."

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NISSWA — CTC will present Clear Vision with Confidence from 1-10 p.m. March 7 at Grand View Lodge in Nisswa.

The event features three national keynote speakers: Samantha Harris, Heather Abbott and Colette Campbell, and local Brainerd lakes area women leaders.

The third annual Clear Vision with Confidence event will gather like-minded women together to provide an agenda of phenomenal, influenceable, national and local women leaders to educate and empower participants on topics surrounding being “Your Healthiest Healthy."

The event will also raise funds for Confidence Learning Center, which provides an outdoor recreation and education experience for people of all ages with cognitive and developmental disabilities.

The event will include a plated dinner, fundraising program, local panel discussions, silent auction bidding, a vendor alley, cocktail hour, networking opportunities and the keynote speakers covering topics of diversity, overcoming adversity and being “Your Healthiest Healthy.”

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General admission and VIP tickets are available. Both tickets include access to the entire speaker lineup and the plated dinner. The VIP experience includes a goody bag with items from the event's partners and meet-and-greet opportunities.

General admission tickets are $75 and VIP tickets are $150 at www.ClearVisionwithConfidence.com . Table sales of 10 are available for businesses that would like to send their employees. 

For more information, contact Sarah Smith or visit www.ClearVisionwithConfidence.com.

Clear Vision with Confidence is a committee of Brainerd lakes area women in diverse roles with a goal of raising money for Confidence Learning Center while providing an educational experience for like-minded women with a diverse lineup of speakers.

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