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Women's conference a success


Thank you, Harford County, for joining Oak Grove Baptist Church in our second annual Women's Conference held March 31.  With over 200 in attendance, we enjoyed the Bible lessons and accounts shared by our speakers, Laurie DeYoung, WPOC morning DJ, and Erika Clark, veteran and advocate for women and children.

We especially want to thank the following businesses in Bel Air that provided gift donations for door prizes: Angles Hair Team, Bertucci's Italian Restaurant, Cheveux Salon and Day Spa, Christopher Matthew's Christian Store, Creative Design Salon and Spa, Mrs. Flowers Inc, Liberatore's Ristorante, Tasti-D-Lite and TCBY.  Additionally, these businesses from around Harford and Cecil counties provided gift donations for door prizes: Box Hill Pizzeria-Abingdon, Edible Arrangements-Abingdon, Eleven Courses-Lutherville, Freedom Hills Therapeutic Riding Program-Port Deposit, Geneva Golf Course-Street, Klein's Shop Rite-Forest Hill, Mary Kay via Joyce Waller and Twin Silos Restaurant-Street.

A special thank you goes to Dillweed's Café-Bel Air for the very delicious lunch and gift card donation.

All these businesses added to the enjoyment of a wonderful day.

We look forward to sharing with Harford and all surrounding counties at our third Women's Conference on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at Oak Grove Baptist Church at 2106 Churchville Road in Bel Air.

Mary Frances Tracy


Diane Weih

Forest Hill

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