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YWCA Women of the Year event
The rescheduled 2014 Women of the Year event will be held Monday, April 21st at the Fargo Holiday Inn. Tickets purchased previously will be honored. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m. Dinner and program begin at 6:30 p.m.
Recognizing area women since 1973, the Women of the Year event celebrates and pays tribute to women and organizations whose lives, talents and passions have shaped our community. The twenty-six women and organizations nominated in 2014 embody what it means to be YWCA Women of the Year: Passion. Service. Inspiration. All have demonstrated passion for their community, service to women and children, and are an inspiration to others.
For tickets, call 701-232-2547.
A note about donations
Thank you for thinking of the YWCA for your donated goods! Because of the significant outpouring of support, we ask that you bring only the MOST NEEDED items to the shelter for donation. Those items can be found here.
If you have items such as CLOTHING or other items NOT on the most needed list, please kindly bring them to an orange donation bins located at Stop-N-Gos throughout the Fargo-Moorhead area or directly to our community partner, Savers, located at 1623 38th St SW, Fargo, ND 58103. As their community partner, the YWCA benefits from every item donated to Savers. For more information, click here.
Thank you again for your support of the YWCA during the holiday season and all year long!
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