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Join us for the April membership meeting and program... Sharing Our Stories.  Following lunch, we’ll engage in an exciting networking activity designed to help chapter members strengthen relationships and make new connections.  We’ll learn more about the organizations in our chapter, what works locally and what doesn’t, and how we came to be in this interesting profession.  Please come prepared to share, one on one, with fellow members about how you got your start in fundraising and non-profit work.

MEETING  DATE:  Tuesday, April 14, 2015

LOCATION:   Wanek Hall, Winona County History Center, 160 Johnson ST, Winona, MN  55987.  Parking is available in the History Center parking lot at the corner of Johnson ST and W 4th Street.**

TIME:  10:30am – Board meeting, 11:45am - Social & Lunch, 12:15pm - Chapter Meeting, 12:30pm - Program 

 RSVP: Click here to RSVP for the meeting.  *RSVP deadline is Thursday, April 9th at 5:00pm.

*Members lunch cost is $12/person and guests or non-members is $15/person.

 **Please let Mike ( know if you would be interested in car pooling to Winona.

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