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Welcome back - we hope you enjoyed the beautiful summer in the Upper Mississippi Valley! Please join us for our fantastic program and meeting on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 at the Tandeski Center in Winona.

Our presenter, Fatima Said, Executive Director of Project FINE (Focus on Integrating Newcomers through Education), will be sharing her share insights on how philanthropy varies across different cultures and what development professionals need to know about the cultures to be effective. As our communities become more and more diverse, it’s important to know how to communicate about philanthropy in meaningful ways.

For additional information about Fatima and Project FINE click here.

Meeting date:  Tuesday, September 13, 2016
11:45am - Registration 12:00pm - Lunch
12:30pm - Program 1:15pm - Adjourn        

RSVP:   Please RSVP by Friday, September 09 at 5pm by clicking here.

*You will not be automatically included in the head count for lunch. If you RSVP and cannot attend and do not cancel, you will be invoiced or reminded to pay.

*Members lunch cost is $12/person and guests or non-members is $20/person. First time guests are complimentary so please invite non-members to join us and find out about the great benefits of AFP. 

When inviting guests to join us for the meeting, be sure to let them know ahout the new member discount that is available through November 2016!

Location:  Tandeski Center, 1200 Storrs Pond Road, Winona, MN  55987

From La Crosse, take Hwy 14/16 and take a left onto Bundy Blvd by Watlow. This is right before coming into Winona. Once on Bundy Blvd, take the first right onto Storrs Pond Road until you see the tan Tandeski Building on the right side.

Link to directions:https://binged.it/2bLZNQm             


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