Women’s Expo coming to Hayden-Winkelman

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By Nina Crowder

The Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the Women’s Expo coming to the Hayden High School in Hayden-Winkelman on Saturday, Mar. 9, 2013.

The Women’s Expo offers the opportunity to learn about products and services that will enhance families and homes. Stroll through the booths, meet amazing people and enjoy the entertainment. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in drawings, prizes and samples from various vendors. Come and enjoy the day!

The speakers and demonstrators for the Women’s Expo will include Cheryal Taylor, Anne Howe, Mila Lira, Veronica Bracamonte, Martina Burnam and Hayden Town Council Candidates Forum. Some of the topics will be Sex Offender Awareness, Aravaipa Hiking, Small Business Information and Meditation.

The Pioneer Day Queen Fashion Show with Copper Basin Idol Juliana Borquez and Copper Basin Junior Idol Julie Meza will be performing.

Zumba the exhilarating, effective, easy to follow, calorie burning dance demonstration will be at 3 p.m.

Some of the vendors that will be in attendance are Wallick & Volk Mortgage, Watkins Natural, Pampered Chef, Volara, Lalo Bravo-Art, Weichart Realty, Central Arizona College, Scentsy, Arbonne, St. Vincent De Paul, 31 Gifts DKA Zeta Group, Jolie Fille Cosmetics, Copper Community Action Board, Paige Avelar Masseuse, Aravaipa Hiking Club, Melaleauca, DeliMar Photography, Make up by Destiny, Northern Arizona University, Memory Works, A Captured Moment, Le Cheveau Boutique and Medtronics.

The event will begin at 10 a.m. and end at 6 p.m. Admission is $3 and the first 25 ladies through the door will receive a gift bag with samples, coupons and other great items.

This event is sponsored by Asarco Hayden Operations, Resolution Copper Mining and IGA. For booth information, sponsors and questions please call (520) 363-7607 or email angela@copperbasinaz.com.

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