Women’s group networking again

You're invited to join the Comox Valley Women's Business Network on Dec. 8 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at the Old House Restaurant in Courtenay.

You’re invited to join the Comox Valley Women’s Business Network on Dec. 8 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at the Old House Restaurant for an evening of networking and celebrating the holidays.

The Comox Valley Women’s Business Network traditionally has a special holiday networking meeting in December with more of a party atmosphere. This year they have selected the Old House Restaurant as their venue.

There will be yummy appetizers, drinks and prizes. They are also asking partygoers to bring gentle used “warm winter-wear,” which will be donated to the Women’s Transition Society.

Need a new or updated professional head shot for your business?

Local photographer Karen McKinnon from McKinnon Photography will also be available from noon to 5 at the Old House Restaurant, to take head shots for those attending the holiday mixer.  Appointments are required, so contact info@cvwbn.org for more information.

Tickets for this event are free for Dinner Club members, $40 for annual members and $45 for non-members. Everyone must pick up their ticket in advance at either Engrave It on Mission Hill or Carmie’s Café in Cumberland.

For more information on this or other events, visit www.cvwbn.org.

— Women’s Business Network

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