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Newcomers Women's Club of Northeast Suburban Atlanta Monthly Coffee
Ongoing on the fourth Thursday of each Month.

Newcomers Women's Club of Northeast Suburban Atlanta invites neighbors in the area to our monthly coffee meeting the 4th Thursday of every month at 10:30 a.m.. The meeting is free and open to all women in Northeast Suburban Atlanta. For more information contact Ann Cathey at 770-495-9423 or Nelle Zind at 678-417-0735.
Times:10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Where:Brookhaven at Sugarloaf Clubhouse
3600 Brookhavenrun Cir.
Duluth GA 30097
Additional Info:Website: http://www.newcomersclubatlanta.com
Phone: Ann Cathey 770-495-9423 or Nelle Zind 678-417-0735

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    3600 Brookhavenrun Cir. Duluth GA 30097
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