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Wednesday, February 9th 2011

STATEWIDE (WIS) - Here are the links and resources mentioned on WIS News 10 on Wednesday, February 9th, 2011:

  • Palmetto Center For Women's TRINITY FOCUS Luncheon
    Tomorrow (Thursday), 12pm to 1pm
    The Summit Club, 20th Floor
    1301 Gervais Street, Columbia
    Palmetto Center for Women's Trinity Focus ministry reaches out to professional business women in the Columbia area. Monthly luncheons bring women of influence together to network and share a message of faith in the workplace.
  • Ordering ComPOOst
  • Riverbanks Zoo is taking orders for their organic, naturally made compoost.

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