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Women's Club

Join us for an enriching experience at the Women’s Club breakfast, organized by the Turkish American Society of MN (TASMN) in collaboration with CTC!

This event is led and organized by a group of CTC residents and non-residents, Turkish American Society of MN (TASMN).

Turkish American Society of Minnesota (TASMN) cordially invites you to our monthly breakfast, a part of our Women's Club initiative. These gatherings serve as both informational sessions and opportunities for connection, addressing a spectrum of topics crucial to personal and societal development.

Event Details:

RSVP, Please!

Due to space limitations, we can only accommodate a maximum of 10 attendees from the CTC community. To secure your spot, please RSVP here now!

Note: While this event is tailored for women-identifying individuals within the CTC and TASMN communities, we value inclusivity and strive to provide equal opportunities for all demographics. Your input and participation are vital in bringing this vision to life! We welcome your ideas, assistance, and volunteerism to lead events that cater to various interests and demographics. Currently, we are exploring the possibility of organizing men-identifying events/activities such as football, volleyball, or basketball tournaments, as well as game nights. Your engagement and collaboration will help us create a vibrant and inclusive community for all. Please send inquiries to Lindy Wirth!

We look forward to your participation in this meaningful event, where together, we can inspire and support one another towards positive change.

About Turkish American Society of MN (TASMN)

Established in 2004, the Turkish American Society of Minnesota (TASMN) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to fostering cultural exchange, education, interfaith dialogue, and humanitarian relief efforts. TASMN endeavors to build bridges of understanding and friendship within the community.

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