Friday, September 25, 2009

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Hallowell, ME 04347  
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Don't Miss Your Chance To Attend the
Breakfast of Champions!

The Maine Women's Policy Center's annual Breakfast of Champions series is the best way to learn what's on the horizon for Maine women and to engage in discussion about the public policies which will improve our lives. Register today for one of the following events:
October 6, Northern Maine Community College, Presque Isle
October 7, Spectacular Event Center, Bangor
October 8, Holiday Inn By the Bay, Portland
The Presque Isle Breakfast is a free event, but registration is still required. Tickets for Bangor or Portland are $35 in advance, $40 at the door. We're committed to making these events accessible to everyone. Contact us for student prices and further discounted tickets by need. Each event runs from 7:30-9:00 a.m., and we promise to get you out and ready to head to work at 9 a.m.!
The deadline for purchasing tickets is Wednesday, September 30. Contact Bonnie at 207.622.0851, ext. 22, to reserve your seat today.

Headlining the Portland event is Beth Shulman, a nationally renowned policy and media expert on the American workplace and the policy changes and practices needed to create a country with more broadly shared prosperity.

Lisa Maatz

Keynoting all three events is Lisa Maatz, Director of Public Policy and Governmental Relations at AAUW in Washington, D.C., where she works on federal policy initiatives that bolster economic opportunity for women.

The Maine Women's Policy Center will honor the Portland grand format printing company Portland Color with the 2009 ACTION AWARD. The award recognizes an individual policy or set of employment practices that serve to advance women in the workplace and which demonstrates a commitment to women workers.
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