WIW Post-Holiday Party, Washington, DC, Friday, March 13

Subject: WIW Post-Holiday Party, Washington, DC, Friday, March 13
From: Ken Reigner <cbs -at- ACCESS -dot- DIGEX -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 11 Mar 1998 19:19:03 -0500

Washington Independent Writers Post-Holiday Party, Charles Sumner School
Museum, 1201 17th Street N.W., Washington, D.C., Friday, March 13, 5:30 to
8:30 p.m.

[Please forgive the cross-posts.]

Break away from your keyboard for an evening of festivities at the
WIW Post-Holiday Party. Network with other writers, editors and
journalists. Feast on a delectable dinner buffet and wine. Bid for silent
auction prizes like a free WIW Insider's Lunch in '98 or lunch with
"Silkwood" author Howard Kohn or "Hot Flashes" author Barbara Raskin.
Listen to local cabaret artist Joseph Perna.

The cost of this event is $30 per person. For reservations or more
information, call (202) 347-4973. Information is also available on the
World Wide Web <http://www.washwriter.org> or via e-mail
<mailto:washwriter -at- aol -dot- com>. The WIW office is located at 220 Woodward
Building, 733 15th St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005, USA.

Washington Independent Writers is a nonprofit, professional
organization based in Washington, D.C., for independent writers, editors
and journalists. Founded in 1975, WIW is the largest regional writers'
organization in the United States with approximately 2,000 members.

WIW also sponsors an Internet-based discussion and mailing list,
WIW-L. To subscribe, send e-mail to <listserv -at- cmuvm -dot- csv -dot- cmich -dot- edu>, and in
the body of the message, put the line "subscribe WIW-L your-first-name
your-last-name" (without the quotation marks).

Sincerely,

Ken Reigner

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Member, Board of Directors List Owner, WIW-L and WIW-JOBS
Chairman, Technology Committee wiw-l-request -at- cmuvm -dot- csv -dot- cmich -dot- edu
Washington Independent Writers wiw-jobs-request -at- cmuvm -dot- csv -dot- cmich -dot- edu




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