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I very much appreciate Bernadette Lauritzen’s article “Women’s business group forms” in Sunday’s paper and simply wanted to make some clarifications if I may.
Last year I coordinated several meetings with a small group of community-minded women. We had tons of ideas but couldn’t figure out what we could do to address our issues while still fitting into our daily lives. I began to wonder if a networking group made any sense.
Then I learned two things. I discovered a friend had started a networking group in Santa Fe a few years ago. I also learned of at least one other group of women who had come together about the same time my group was meeting. Kim Selvage was part of that group. We met and recognized common themes. I attended the Santa Fe networking luncheon in December and was blown away. Now we had a format. I shared it with Kim and we moved forward together to produce Friday’s event.
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