CAMDEN, Maine — Maine Women’s Network cordially invites its members, guests, and the public to attend its sixth annual “Celebration of Amazing Women” statewide event hosted by Point Lookout Resort in Northport.
The featured keynote speaker and local celebrity Lynn Archer, owner/chef of two Midcoast restaurants, The Brass Compass Café and Archer’s On The Pier, is a prime example of the entrepreneurial spirit of Maine women. She not only runs two successful restaurants but also snagged a coveted spot on the Food Network’s Throw Down with Bobby Flay where she was pitted against Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay and won.
The cost is $65 for members and $75 for non-members and includes an afternoon workshop from 2:15 to 3:45 p.m. to be followed by a 4 p.m. social hour, networking exercises, an elegant buffet dinner, an awards ceremony and silent auction concluding at 7:30 pm. Participants will be able to meet and interact with fellow businesswomen from throughout the state and benefit from give-a-ways and door prizes. Online pre-registration for members and non-members is required by May 30. Register online at www.mainewomensnetwork.com.
The afternoon’s “Learn and Share” workshop titled “Leading the Way with Vision, Determination, and Sense of Humor” allows female leaders to share perspectives on traits crucial to success in today’s world. This workshop is optional and includes other renowned speakers Susan Corbett, owner and CEO of Axiom Technologies in Machias; Laurie LaChance, president, Thomas College, Waterville; and Nancy Marshall, principal, Nancy Marshall Communications, Augusta.
Sponsors of the annual event include MaineBiz, Machias Savings Bank, Ballou Associates, Elm Street Printing & Graphics, and Key Bank. Regional media sponsors include Bangor Daily News, Current Publishing/Maine Women and the Sun Journal.
MWN’s is a statewide organization with multiple chapters, including Androscoggin, Midcoast, and Portland, and membership is open to all, regardless of gender. MWN’s mission is to increase women’s professional growth and leadership skills through networking and education. Through monthly chapter meetings, the state-wide annual event, and other programming, MWN represents and supports hundreds of women in business across the state. Visit www.mainewomensnetwork.com for more information.