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News : Women's expo coming in November to the KCC
Posted by John on 2012/9/11 9:30:00 (483 reads) News by the same author

Green Hills Community Action Agency's womens health services program is planning to host their third annual women’s expo in Trenton.

The theme for this year’s Expo will be “An Olde Fashioned Christmas”, and will take place November 10th from 9am – 2pm at the Ketcham Community Center, located on the North Central Missouri College campus.

A wide range of crafters, businesses, and other vendors will be on hand in the gym offering wares ranging from soap to food, handbags to make-up, and everything in between. Green Hills is still accepting vendors interested in purchasing booth space during the event, and is also seeking businesses interested in becoming expo banner sponsors. Proceeds from this event benefit GHCAA’s Women’s Health Services Program, which provides affordable medical care across a thirteen county area to over 2000 women annually.

For more information, please contact Linda or Jennifer at Green Hills by calling 359-3907 ext 1055 or ext 1049 or download an application from

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