AWEE After Dark

Organization to help women find employment celebrates 33 years

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Arizona Women’s Education and Employment celebrated the successes of the past 33 years at AWEE After Dark on May 16. The evening at Lapis on the Rooftop at the Westin Downtown Phoenix featured cocktails, delicious bites and friends. It didn’t include long gowns, black ties and long speeches.

Over its 33 years, AWEE has helped create successful beginnings and renewed hope for more than 160,000 women, men, veterans and young adults. Money raised from the party supports the organization in building awareness and support for the assistance it provides to those who are striving to renew and rebuild their lives.

 

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AWEE After Dark

Organization to help women find employment celebrates 33 years

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Arizona Women’s Education and Employment celebrated the successes of the past 33 years at AWEE After Dark on May 16. The evening at Lapis on the Rooftop at the Westin Downtown Phoenix featured cocktails, delicious bites and friends. It didn’t include long gowns, black ties and long speeches.

Over its 33 years, AWEE has helped create successful beginnings and renewed hope for more than 160,000 women, men, veterans and young adults. Money raised from the party supports the organization in building awareness and support for the assistance it provides to those who are striving to renew and rebuild their lives.

 

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