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Last Friday Ladies Lunch

This informal lunch, organized by famed technology strategist, Sylvia Paull encourages women to share and promote their ideas (gents are also welcome). Most events also have a featured speaker.

RSVP to whoisylvia@aol.com if you plan to come and also feel free to bring guests.


For information about the monthly speaker please see "Last Friday Ladies Lunch" link on Sylvia's website.








Last Friday Ladies (and Gents) Lunchers,
Friday, April 28 from noon-1:30


http://www.writercoachconnection.org/


Our next Last Friday Ladies (and Gents) Lunch takes place from noon to 1:30 p.m., Friday, April 28 and features Maureen Dixon, writer and board member of the WriterCoach Connection, a nonprofit that enlists and trains more than 600 volunteers to coach public middle school and high school students in Richmond, El Cerrito, Albany, Berkeley, and Oakland to write more clearly and think critically, helping them develop skills to apply for and succeed in college and in life. Lunch is potluck, and bring your own coaching experiences to share.

Sylvia
whoisylvia@aol.com







Last Friday Ladies (and Gents) Lunchers,
Friday, March 31 from noon-1:30

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Our March 31 Last Friday Ladies (and Gents) Lunch, from noon to 1:30 p.m., features Caroline Jean Acker, professor emerita of history at Carnegie Mellon and author of “Creating the American Junkie: Addiction in the Classic Era of Narcotic Research.” A long-time needle exchange activist, Acker will talk about how she co-founded Prevention Point Pittsburgh in 1995 at a time when needle exchange was illegal in Pennsylvania. She currently volunteers with Berkeley NEED, a local needle exchange.


Last Friday Ladies (and Gents) Lunchers,
Friday, April 28 from noon-1:30

Our next Last Friday Ladies (and Gents) Lunch takes place from noon to 1:30 p.m., Friday, April 28 and features Maureen Dixon, writer and board member of the WriterCoach Connection, a nonprofit that enlists and trains more than 600 volunteers to coach public middle school and high school students in Richmond, El Cerrito, Albany, Berkeley, and Oakland to write more clearly and think critically, helping them develop skills to apply for and succeed in college and in life. Lunch is potluck, and bring your own coaching experiences to share.




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Araceli Kopiloff,
Dec 1, 2016, 12:01 PM
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