Augusta Metro Chamber 2020 Women In Business Holiday Luncheon, December 15

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Join the Augusta Metro Chamber on Tuesday, December 15 for the final Women In Business program of 2020! The Women In Business Holiday Luncheon, presented by Queensborough National Bank & Trust, will be held at the SRP Park WOW! Club and begins at 11:30 am.

 

Don't miss this opportunity for a safe, socially distanced chance to wish everyone Happy Holidays! The luncheon will feature a fun game, networking opportunities and fantastic door prizes.  SRP Park Box lunches will be served and seats will be socially distanced due to CDC compliance.  Luncheon tickets are $30 for Chamber members and $40 for prospective members.  Advanced registration required at AugustaMetroChamber.com.  For more information, please contact Sara Best, Director of Events, at Sara.Best@augustametrochamber.com or by calling 706.821.1300.

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It is the mission of the Women In Business program to strengthen the business community of the Augusta region by providing programs that enhance the knowledge, success and leadership goals of working women at all stages of their personal and professional lives.  The Augusta Metro Chamber is pleased to recognize the service and leadership of the 2020 Women In Business Committee: Briana Williams, Queensborough National Bank & Trust, Chair; Ashlee Duren, Augusta Magazine; Crystal Farrow, First Citizens Bank; Katlyn Gates, Southeastern Development Associates; Ciara Haenke, John Deere; Liz Klebba, Closet Play Image; Shauntia Lewis, Housing & Community Development Department, City of Augusta; Kelly McCauley, Cherry Bekaert LLP; Candice Mitchell, T-Mobile USA; Megan Moye, Meybohm Real Estate; Courtney Murrah, ATC Development; Nancy Powell, Powell & Associates; Stacy Roberts, SMR Leadership Solutions; Rachael Simon, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions; Allison Stanley, Cadence Bank, Kathryn Sterba, Club Car; Brianna Von Plinsky Shields, Cherry Bekaert LLP; and Trish Wheeler, Doctors Hospital.

 

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