Farm to Table program is topic of Nisswa Women's Club meeting Nov. 17

Attendees encouraged to bring donations for Mid-Minnesota Women's Center.

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NISSWA — The Nisswa Women's Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 17, at the Woods-Gather on 3 Event Center in Brainerd.

Executive Chef Matt Annand will be the guest speaker, presenting "Farm to Table, Finding and Cooking Foods from Our Area."

In this season of Thanksgiving, members and guests are encouraged to bring donations for the Mid-Minnesota Women's Center.

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Social hour is at 11:30 a.m. with lunch at noon. The charge for lunch is $25.

Club President Ann Swanson will lead a short meeting after the program, and Jan Halvorson will offer an inspirational message.


Guests are welcome. More information on joining the club or attending meetings may be requested by email at .

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