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Blue Ash Women's Club Spring Luncheon

Keith Bowers
11 a.m.- 2 p.m., Saturday April 13 | $25.

 Join speaker Michelle Keu from Peter Gregory's Florist to raise money for college scholarships for local high school students and continuing education grants for local women. Enjoy an elegant luncheon with door prizes, silent auction, split the pot and basket raffle. It's a great afternoon to enjoy with your girlfriends and family. Reservations are required, so contact Bev Mussari by phone.



Where: Blue Ash Presbyterian Church
Phone: 513-891-4043
Address: 4309 Cooper Road

Blue Ash Presbyterian Church

4309 Cooper Road
Blue Ash, Ohio
45242
 
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