West Kootenay Women In Business next meet in Nelson

Luncheons resume in both Castlegar and Nelson in May.

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The next West Kootenay Women in Business event will be held in Nelson at Burl Colins’ heritage home on Wednesday, April 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Colins is an etiquette and manners consultant.

This special event will be in lieu of our regular luncheons in Castlegar and Nelson for the month of April, please feel free to use our Facebook page to arrange carpooling opportunities.

The home is located at 718 Mill Street and lunch will be catered by the Element Club Bar and Grill.

These meetings will provide an opportunity to share ideas, chat, and learn from each other.

We have a vision to grow a strong local network of knowledgeable and talented women from all walks of life, which we can look to for assistance and advice.

Don’t forget to bring business cards to give to the other members.

Please RSVP to Rebecca by Friday, April 19 if you are attending the Nelson luncheon on April 24.

Please note we will have a luncheon in both Castlegar and Nelson in May.

The cost of lunch is still $16 including tax, tip and lunch. Please bring cash or cheque.


Kind regards,

West Kootenay Women in Business Executive

Willow, Rebecca and Nancy


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