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Local businesswomen support economic justice for women and girls

Join the Business Professional Women of Nevada County for a Nov. 20 program that highlights two local women whose businesses and life practices support women and girls in developing nations. Peggy Peterson of Asylum Down and Yabobo and Eileen Jorgensen of The Magic Carpet — all well-known downtown Nevada City shops — will share their journeys that have benefitted women and girls in Africa, India, Afghanistan, Nepal and Pakistan.

Plan now to attend and bring your friends Wednesday,

Social/networking hour begins at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. Nov. 20 at Jim E’s Club 141, 141 E. Main St., Grass Valley. Check our website at http://bpwnevadacounty.org, or contact Kim Wydra at 530-432-2591 or by email at kim@deltahl.com to RSVP or for information.

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