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September 25, 2013

Hope Connects coming up

Woodward, Okla. — The First Assembly of God in Woodward will be hosting its 5th annual Hope Connects event for all women over the age of 18 this Saturday.

The event, which will last from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., is open to women from Woodward and the surrounding area, regardless of whether they are single, married or divorced.

The event is designed to be a fun day of fellowship and includes lunch, free childcare for children up to 6th grade, haircuts and manicures provided by the ladies from A Cut Above, and a range of fun classes for you to choose from.  And it's all free.

This year some of the class choices are: create your own coasters, craft ideas for your children, cooking class, Smart Stepfamilies: discover keys to growing healthy relationships in your stepfamily, create your own scarves and more.

There will also be free coats for adults and children to be given away, free photography sessions by a professional photographer, and a lot of door prize giveaways.

Space is limited, so please register for the day of pampering by calling (580) 256-3860 or visit the Facebook page at Hope Connects.

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