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BYU Women plan first meeting for 2004-2005

The director of the Conselle Institute of Image Management, Judith Rasband, will be the featured speaker Saturday, Sept. 18, at the first BYU Women meeting for 2004-2005 in 2260 Harman Building.

All current and former employees and spouses of current and former full-time employees at Brigham Young University are invited to participate.

Rasband directs her own company and has participated in scores of radio, television and talk shows. Gayle Farnsworth, who has worked with BYU Women for more than 20 years, says Rasband is a wonderful example of the guests who present.

"We have stimulating presenters each month that are uplifting and informative," Farnsworth says. "They have all really added to my life."

For more information, call Farnsworth at (801) 374-0147, Karen Green at (801) 375-2133, or visit the Web site at www.byu.edu/byuwomen.

Writer: Devin Knighton

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