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Annual Faculty Women's Association Retreat will be April 26

The annual Brigham Young University Faculty Women's Association Retreat will be Thursday, April 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., finishing in time for the security check for this year's commencement exercises.

This year's keynote speaker will be Wendy Watson Nelson, former BYU faculty member and wife of Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.

Session topics will include faculty women and preparing for leadership with Mary Anne Prater and Sara Lee Gibb; childcare options for faculty with Laurie Urquiaga; eldercare considerations with Rick Miller, director of BYU's gerontology program, and faculty members Shirley Cox and Sue Cockayne; two options for preparing portfolios for the professional track; and planning for retirement with Shane Stewart from DMBA.

Also featured will be stress management by Glenda Christiaens; secrets of life with Sherrie Johnson; and line and contra dances made easy by Susanne Davis.

At noon, lunch, awards and the introduction of new officers will close the retreat.

The location will be the University Parkway Centerlocated on the corner of University Avenue and University Parkway. Registration is $10 prepaidor $12 at the door.

Send your $10 prepayment to Laurie Urquiaga, 256JRCB, by Friday, April 2. Make your check payable to FWA. (Sorry, no refunds.)

For more information, contact A. Jane Birch at (801) 422-4008 orjane_birch@byu.edu.

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