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Live in the GTA? You’re invited to join a fun Karaoke Party on February 24th

Screen Shot 2015-02-14 at 9.51.54 PMIf you love life, want to relieve some stress and strife

Please join the fun at our KARAOKE PARTY

Hosted by Heather Resnick of Menoclawsal Mavens!

Swing your hair like CHER.



16 Esna Park Drive, Suite 107, (Across from John St. east off Woodbine Avenue, N. of Steeles) Markham


DATE: Tuesday, February 24, 2015            TIME: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

GATE FEE: $25 (Cash preferred but Paypal is available) INCLUDES REFRESHMENTS & PRIZES

R.S.V.P. Required by Feb. 17, 2015, (Contact the Organizer: Heather Resnick )

(EMAIL – h.resnick5@gmail.com or PHONE – 905-889-4669 (please leave message)

MAXIMUM GUESTS – 20 (Please register EARLY to ensure your spot. If you bring a friend you’ll get a prize!)

Live in the GTA? Join the Richmond Hill Women’s Networking Association (RHWNA) on Sunday, March 23rd at 7pm

Do you live in the GTA? Are you a woman in business or professional services? Join the Richmond Hill Women Networking Association (RHWNA) on Sunday, March 23rd at 7pm – 8pm.  Venue: 171 Major MacKenzie Drive West Richmond Hill (York Regional Police – Community Room).

Mr. David Bigelow, the business Development Manager for the Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce will address the group for the first 15 – 20 minutes. The networking session follows right after. Come out and connect with other like-minded, fabulous and dynamic entrepreneurial women in the community. This meeting is open to the general public and it’s COMPLIMENTARY!!

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Press Release: Richmond Hill Women’s Networking Association


Press Release

The founder of the Richmond Hill Women’s Networking Association, Josephine Vaccaro-Chang, has handed leadership of the Association over to Miss Angel Freedman, effective immediately. The Association has a strong membership and Miss Freedman looks forward to getting started. The first meeting of the year is on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the York Regional Police Station, Community Room, 171 Major Mackenzie Drive, Richmond Hill, ON.

Miss Freedman brings her expansive business experience, marketing skills, community engagement and social work background to the group.

Miss freedman looks forward to her new role as President of the Richmond Hill Women’s Networking Association, “Where York Region’s Business Women Gather in Richmond Hill.”

At this time we want to thank Josephine Vaccaro –Chang for making Richmond Hill a better place to live, work and play! We wish you great success in your future endeavours.

If you want to learn more about the Richmond Hill Women’s Networking Association and how to RSVP for this very important first meeting, please contact Miss Angel Freedman angelfreedman@rogers.com 905-780-8119.