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The Joy Of Connecting
Ongoing on the third Monday of each Month.

Great food, relaxing networking, come and join us. The Joy of Connecting -- a wonderful gathering for business owners, entrepreneurs other professional women and guests. No membership requirement. Limited to 35 participants. All participants receive an attendance roster. Reminder. Please include your name, business,e-mail and phone number with payment (business card). Reservations and pre-payment required ~ $25 check made out to: Cynthia Gleich, (mailed in advance to) 220 Sherwood Pass, Roswell, GA 30075. www.TheJoyofConnecting.com
Where:The Joy Of Connecting
220 Sherwood Pass Roswell
30047
Additional Info:Website: www.thejoyofconnecting.com/locations/spotlight.php?ID=GA000086
Phone: 770-518-6236

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