Copper Basin Women’s Expo is Saturday

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Winkelman – It’s time to celebrate the 4th Annual Copper Basin Women’s Expo in Winkelman, brought to you by the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce, ASARCO, Resolution Copper, Gordon’s IGA, and Kearny and Ray Federal Credit Union.

On Saturday, March 8, come to the Hayden-Winkelman High School District Office Lobby. Doors open at 11 am and the Expo continues until 6 pm. Admission is $2 or two cans of food. The first 25 admissions, female or male, get a free gift bag filled with items from vendors.

Talks will include Inspirational Speaker Gil Morales, Mediocre Meditation with Martina Burnam, Southern Arizona Ghost and Paranormal Society , and Rainbow Looming with Angela Ramirez.

Vendors will include JR Watkins Naturals, Pampered Chef, Melaleuca, Central Arizona College, AVON, Gold Canyon Candles, Thirty-one Bags, Northern Arizona University, ZORT-Zombie Outbreak Response Team, Copper Community Action Board, Town of Winkelman, Tully’s Place, A Captured Moment photo booth, Beverly Howell Tax Services, Herbalife, Java Coffee Weight Loss, Mary Kay, and the Copper Basin Chapter of Well Armed Women.

In addition, there will be a Pioneer Day Queen Contestant Fashion Show, a performance by Copper Basin Idol 2013 Winner Josette Kimmel, food concessions and drawings for prizes every hour.

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