Chamber lunch will ‘Matter’

The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce is hosting a “Women Who Matter” lunch for businesswomen who make a difference and have a real impact on the Greenwich community.

The event will be held Tuesday, March 19 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. with Guest Speaker Susan Ball, the deputy director of Bruce Museum. The lunch and networking will be held at The Ginger Man Restaurant, 64 Greenwich Avenue. The fee is $40. The chamber is urging people to join it for “this delicious and engaging meeting of women who make a difference.”

“You will have the opportunity to connect with and enjoy the company of other successful working women just like you,” the chamber urged interested people in a press released announcing the event.

This is the first in a series of lunches designed to showcase, honor and learn from women who have a real impact on the world around them. The lunches will be sponsored by Regina’s Art Center.

For more information, you can e-mail [email protected], call 203-869-3500 or sign up online at greenwichchamber.com.

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