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International Women's Day Breakfast
Thursday 5 March 2015
7.15am to 9am
Karralyka, Mines Road, Ringwood East
The International Women’s Day Breakfast is an opportunity for all community members to celebrate this special day. Bookings have now closed, but please join us next year.
Special guest speaker
Major Winsome Merrett
Divisional Commander of the Eastern Victoria Division, The Salvation Army
This year The Salvation Army is celebrating 150 years of helping people in need around the world without discrimintation. Major Winsome Merrett is responsible for the church and social programmes of The Salvation Army across the Eastern Victoria Division extending from Hawthorn through to the Yarra Ranges, down the Peninsula and across Gippsland.
For the past ten years, Winsome has worked in a variety of the Salvation Army appointments covering church mission, children and youth, and women's ministries, and most recently executive leadership.
Booking and payment
Bookings are now closed. Please note, payment of $20 per person was required at the time of your booking.
For more information, please call 9298 4390.
About International Women's Day
International Women’s Day had its beginnings in Europe and the United States in the early 1900s. It pays tribute to the campaign by ordinary women for an improvement in working conditions, for equal wages and the right to vote.
International Women’s Day now unites many millions of women across the world and celebrates the contribution that women make to their workplaces, their families and their communities.