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Early Bird Non Member$85.00
Zonta Member$75.00

🌟 Join us for an empowering evening at the Zonta Club of Bendigo International Women's Day Dinner 2024! 🌟
🌐 International Women's Day’s Topic: Count Her In!
This year, our theme, "Count Her In," Invest in Women. Accelerate Progress. Based on the priority theme for the United Nations 68th Commission on the Status of Women, Count Her In will examine the pathways to greater economic inclusion for women and girls everywhere.
🎙️ Exceptional Guest Speakers:
•    Marnie Baker, Chief Executive Officer of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
•    Amy Doak, Freelance Writer and Local Author
Marnie Baker and Amy Doak will speak to "investing in women and accelerating progress" sharing their unique perspectives and insights from their financial and literary backgrounds respectively, sure to inspire meaningful dialogue and action.
📍 Venue: All Seasons – Conservatory - 171-183 McIvor Road, Bendigo
•       6 pm start
•       Complementary Orange Juice or Sparkling on arrival 
•       Two courses included
•       Drinks at bar prices
🎟️ Ticket Information:
•    Early Bird (Jan 22nd to Feb 9th) for non-members: $85
•    Full Price (Feb 10th to Feb 23rd) for non-members: $95
•    Special Zonta Members Price: $75
Get ready for an empowering night with amazing guest speakers, fantastic raffle prizes and much more. Your participation in this event will contribute to an important cause. Awards and funds raised will be dedicated to scholarships, furthering our commitment to empowering women through education.
Let’s unite to make a difference and celebrate the strength, resilience, and achievements of women in our community. ✨
📅 Save the dates and secure your tickets today as they will be selling fast! 



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