Nisswa Women's Club to meet online via Zoom Feb. 17

Guest speaker will share information about the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center

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NISSWA — The Nisswa Women’s Club will meet online via Zoom at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 17, with guest speaker Betsy Roder sharing the history and projects of the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center.

Foremost on the list is “The Great American Think-off,” which holds an annual competition to debate a challenging philosophical dilemma. This year the question is, “Which should be more important: personal choice or social responsibility?” There is still time to apply for participation in the debate.

President Ann Swanson will lead a short business meeting after the program, and Vicki Smith will share an inspirational message. Guests are always welcome.

For information on joining the club or attending a meeting as a guest, email .

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