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Women’s Expo
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Date/Time
Saturday, October 26th 2013 - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location
New Life Reformed Church

The Sioux Center Chamber of Commerce is pleased to host its 4th Annual Sioux Center Women’s Expo on Saturday, October 26 from 9-3 pm at New Life Reformed Church in Sioux Center. This event is FREE to all women of all ages.  Doors will open at 9:00 am for registration.  The first 100 women in attendance will receive a bag filled with fun coupons and merchandise. Over 40 vendors will be on hand and over 12 different breakout sessions are scheduled throughout the day. The noon hour will showcase two makeover reveals.  Come and go as your schedule allows or plan to stay all day!  Food will be available in the morning and again at noon with the proceeds benefiting the Family Crisis Center.  For a complete listing of vendors and schedule of breakout sessions, please visit our website at www.siouxcenterchamber.com or our Facebook page: SC Chamber Commerce.  For more information call 712-722-3457.

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