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Women's Colloquium - Nominate!

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Save the Date and Nominate!

Women's ColloquiumThe 2010 Women’s Colloquiums are scheduled for Wednesday, April 21 in Red Wing.What is a Women’s Colloquium?  Now in its 24th year in the Red Wing community, the Business & Professional Women’s Colloquium recognizes the successes and achievements of women in all professions.  At the heart of the program is the Award ceremony announcing the “Administrative Professional of the Year.” All nominees will be recognized and a winner will take home the title along with a special prize package. The  organizing committee is seeking nominations now. To nominate your hard-working professional and learn more about the events, visit the event pages at www.southeastmn.edu\colloquium.

 


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