Join the Ripon/Green Lake chapter of Professional Women’s Connection for a Holly Jolly Social Thursday, Dec. 16 at the Green Lake American Legion Post 306 building, 518 Water St.

Professional Women's Connection

This year’s theme is “A Flamingo Christmas” and attendees may come decked out in their best warm weather gear including Hawaiian shirts, summer wear, sandals, beach hats and sunglasses.

The evening includes a networking opportunity at 5:30 p.m., dinner at 6 and holiday games. Members and guests may take an evening to relax and have some stress-free fun before the big holiday hits.

Dinner will feature a buffet meal catered by Webster’s Marketplace, including cinnamon apple pork loin, orange-glazed chicken breast roast, green beans, Capri blend vegetables, roasted red potatoes, hashbrown casserole, an assortment of salads and dessert. Water, coffee and milk will be provided, along with a cash bar.

Reservations must be made by Monday, Dec. 13 at the end of the day by registering at https://pwcwi.clubexpress.com

Member and student cost is $15 and non-member cost is $20.

Individuals may indicate dietary restrictions when making their reservation.

Reservations made and not honored will be charged. Dinners are paid online or at the door the night of the event.

In the spirit of the holiday season, the Ripon/Green Lake chapter of Professional Women’s Connection will collect donations for the Green Lake Area Animal Shelter.

Items for the animal shelter include: disinfecting cleaner with bleach, disinfecting wipes with or without bleach, cat litter, dog and cat treats, tennis balls, dog and cat toys, garbage bags, laundry detergent, dish soap, toilet paper, paper towels and stamps. Attendees who bring donations will be entered into a drawing for raffle prizes.

Professional Women’s Connection is a networking group that aims to provide educational opportunities for area business and professional women, focusing on professional growth, personal development and the enhancement of leadership skills.

It is not a fundraising organization. The money for the annual scholarship comes from member dues, enabling current members to give back to the next generation of professional women.

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