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Nisswa Women's Club is meeting Aug. 18

Meeting comes as part of centennial celebration.

We are part of The Trust Project.

NISSWA — The Centennial Celebration continues as the Nisswa Women’s Club has lunch at Cragun’s Legacy Clubhouse on Thursday, August 18. The program features "100 Years and Counting," a film produced by Sharon and Gary Harris, as well as contributions from First Draft Divas, Mary Gibson’s Centennial Booklet video and various NWC memorabilia collected over the past 102 years.

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Guests and members will have the opportunity to help the cub raise funds for scholarships at this meeting by participating in both a silent and live auction, as well as other fund raising activities. All “Dollars for Scholars” will be awarded as scholarships to local high school seniors and non-traditional women students at Central Lakes College.

The luncheon is at noon, but doors will open at 10:30 a.m. to give attendees plenty of time to peruse the auction offerings and visit with members and guests. The charge for the lunch is $25. President Ann Swanson will lead a short meeting after the program, and Marilyn Sobiech will offer an inspirational message. Guests are always welcome. Information on joining the club or attending meetings is available by email at info@nisswawomensclub.org.

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