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WOMEN'S NETWORK PANEL TO DISCUSS SEPT. 11 EFFECTS

Nov. 15, 2001 – The Women's Network for Entrepreneurial Training Roundtable for November will meet Wednesday from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the University of the Virgin Islands Small Business Development Center training facility, Suite 720, Nisky Center.
The program will be Part II of the panel discussion "Facing the Challenge, 2001," which continues discussion of thoughts, feelings, new hopes and new problems in the economy affecting the Virgin Islands following the Sept. 11 tragedy. Sandra Davis, owner of Grandma Sandy's Cookie Company, will again lead the panel of business owners.
Cost, which includes a box lunch, is $12 at the door. Please RSVP to 777-8883.
WNET Roundtable is sponsored by New Image Foundation Corporation in collaboration with the University of the Virgin Islands Small Business Development Center.

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Nov. 15, 2001 - The Women's Network for Entrepreneurial Training Roundtable for November will meet Wednesday from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the University of the Virgin Islands Small Business Development Center training facility, Suite 720, Nisky Center.
The program will be Part II of the panel discussion "Facing the Challenge, 2001," which continues discussion of thoughts, feelings, new hopes and new problems in the economy affecting the Virgin Islands following the Sept. 11 tragedy. Sandra Davis, owner of Grandma Sandy's Cookie Company, will again lead the panel of business owners.
Cost, which includes a box lunch, is $12 at the door. Please RSVP to 777-8883.
WNET Roundtable is sponsored by New Image Foundation Corporation in collaboration with the University of the Virgin Islands Small Business Development Center.