Social Event at Krust
hosted by the Middlesex United Way Young Leaders Society
Tuesday, March 26
Krust Woodfired Pizza & Bourbon Bar, 686 Main St., Middletown
The Middlesex United Way Young Leaders Society will host an evening of socializing March 26 at 5:30 p.m. at Krust, a wood fired pizza and bourbon bar. Complementary wood fired pizza will be served, courtesy of Krust.
The Young Leaders Society will also hold a sock drive for St. Vincent de Paul Middletown. Socks are a commonly requested item at shelters and other housing programs.
The Middlesex United Way Young Leaders Society celebrates and strengthens the power of young professionals to become leaders in our organizations and bring about positive change in our community.
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/MUWYoungLeadersSociety.
Women's Networking Breakfast
hosted by the Middlesex United Way Women’s Initiative
Wednesday, March 27
Water’s Edge Center for Health & Rehabilitation, 111 Church Street, Middletown
Please join us for a Women’s Networking Breakfast, hosted by the Middlesex United Way Women’s Initiative, hear from a guest speaker, and connect with other women.
At this month’s networking breakfast, we will hear from Dr. Lauren Young, a naturopathic physician, about detoxification, how your body naturally clears unwanted chemicals, and how to reduce exposure and improve detox pathways in the body.
The Middlesex United Way Women’s Initiative is a group of caring volunteers and professionals, uniting to create opportunities for a better life for women and children in Middlesex County. Learn more at www.middlesexunitedway.org/WI.
Suggested donation of $5. All proceeds benefit the work of the Women’s Initiative.
Special thanks to Water’s Edge for the space and refreshments.
RSVP to Middlesex United Way at (860) 346-8695 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn With Leaders with Dr. Pat Charles
hosted by Middlesex United Way Young Leaders Society
Tuesday, April 2
Middletown Public Schools Central Office, 311 Hunting Hill Avenue, Middletown
Dr. Pat Charles, superintendent of Middletown Public Schools, will discuss the characteristics she looks for in successful young leaders, followed by a Q&A session. A light breakfast will be served.
The Middlesex United Way Young Leaders Society celebrates and strengthens the power of young professionals to become leaders in our organizations and bring about positive change in our community. Learn With Leaders events give community-minded young professionals an opportunity to connect and network with local leaders who know the importance of civic engagement.
This event has been rescheduled from January 22 due to inclement weather.
RSVP at www.facebook.com/MUWYoungLeadersSociety or by emailing email@example.com. Suggested donation of $5.