Tuesday, October 6, 2015
5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Southern New Hampshire University
(The former Lt. Governor of Maryland with a long history of
accomplishment in the public arena, including women’s empowerment)
Invitation to follow
For ticket and event information: 603-625-5785 or www.ywcanh.org
Thank you to our presenting sponsor
Due to the weather Monday night support groups are canceled and the YWCA NH will be closed Tuesday January 27, 2015. If you need to speak to an advocate please call our Crisis Line at (603)668-2299 or if is an emergency call 911.
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