QC Women's Outdoor Club annual meeting


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Posted Online: Dec. 31, 2012, 12:04 pm
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Press release submitted by Judy Teeple


The Quad Cities Women's Outdoor Club will be hosting their Annual Meeting this year on Thursday 1/17/13 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Short Hills Country Club in East Moline. There will be light appetizers and a cash bar available to club members and their guests. This meeting is geared toward socializing and educating women about our unique club. The Quad Cities Women's Outdoor Club offers women opportunities to explore, challenge themselves, and make new friends. At the end of the evening a new panel of board members will be voted into office by members that are in attendance. There will be chances for attendees to join the club, sign up for upcoming events, order apparel from our on-line store, as well as a chance to win some great raffle items. RSVP's will be accepted at events@qcwoc.com or qcwockel@yahoo.com. Questions about this event can be directed to Chris Ciasto at: president@qcwoc.com

















 



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