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Crooked Tree’s Liz Ahrens featured at women in business event

Artist Liz Ahrens is pictured. Courtesy photo

Liz Ahrens is pictured. Courtesy photo

The Connecting Women in Business January 26 program features Liz Ahrens of Crooked Tree Arts Center.

Liz will talk about her journey from her first art history class at Michigan State University in 1980 to her present position as Executive Director of Crooked Tree Arts Center.

She will share how the arts and creativity have played a major role in her life and how the arts are part of our everyday lives.

Registration and networking begin at 11:30 am.

The luncheon and presentation will begin at noon and end at 1 pm. Cost is $15 for CWIB members or $20 for others. The public is welcome to attend.

The luncheon is at Stafford’s Perry Hotel.

Advance Registration is Required.  Please call Lisa Hoyt at 347-4150.

Registration closes at 5 p.m. Friday Jan. 22.

Connecting Women in Business is a networking group of the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Events provide opportunities for area business women to learn, form connections, share ideas and provide opportunities for personal and professional growth.

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