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Peachtree Corners Women Gather For Christmas Round Table

The newly-formed group met for a holiday-themed outing that included caroling, conversation and cuisine.

It was another great evening of conversation, laughter and good old-fashioned fun at the second gathering of the newly formed Peachtree Corners Women's Round table group.

The women's group, which first met in October, has grown since its first met from 30 to nearly 60. Some 30 women attended the event held Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Atlanta Hilton.

Husband and wife duet, Joe and Sue Ellen Birchfield sang Christmas songs while everyone mingled - then led the group to singing old favorites including Jingle Bell Rock and Frosty the Snowman.

The gatherings are designed for socializing and networking, said Pat Bruschini, one of the women who took on the task of organizing the Round table. Bruschini says she sees it expanding in a number of ways.

"We have a lot of women in the group who have said they would like to speak," said Bruschini. She said future gatherings may include members who would peak for 10 to 15 minutes.

Nancy Minor and Janice Crosby are also involved in spearheading the organization of the new group.The Round table is open to women who live or work in Peachtree Corners.

The Peachtree Corners Round table plan to meet every other month, Stephanie Sadd and Barbara Jean Wind are in charge of the next meeting. If you would like more information, please contact Pat Bruschini, by email.

At the December meeting, each woman who attended brought a stocking stuffer which was donated to the Norcross Co-op. Nancy Minor made the arrangements for the event and gave each one in attendance a Peachtree Corners key ring. Door prizes were donated by Dawn Boden, Bonnie Marshall, Lisa Proctor and Karyn Pinkston.

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