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A large number of women convened at Embassy Suites for the Chamber of Commerce 2019 Learn-Grow-Connect Conference for Women. They attended Breakout Sessions, perused sponsor booths and convened for lunch. The sessions included Jennifer Durand (How to be WELL-thy), Becca George and Jessie Pinson (Home for the Holidays-a Practical, Stylish Way to Wow Your Guests), Kara Noonan (Dale Carnegie-Build Trust, Credibility and Respect) and Cheryl Hollinshead (Arukah Yoga-a Restorative Practice We Can All Do from Our Desks). Keynote speaker Angela Howell, a transformation coach and author of Finding the Gift: Daily Meditations for Mindfulness, spoke of her many life challenges and how she has found her purpose. She is devoted to inspiring people to find renewed passions for living, loving, working, playing and just being. Aren’t we fortunate to have a vibrant Chamber which helps us “Learn Grow-Connect?”

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