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NEXT OPEN LUNCHEON MEETING
NOVEMBER 9TH, 2018 AT 11:30AM


Southwest Florida RIMS invites you to a charity fund-raiser luncheon event. Please bring a gift basket, gift card, or any other valuable gift, to raffle off to the lucky winning raffle ticket holder. Your company will be recognized for the donated raffle gift and will enable our Chapter to raise money to support critical services provided to foster children by the Children’s Network of SWFL.
*Please bring cash or check to purchase tickets for sale.


$1 for 1 ticket
$10 for 12 tickets
$20 for 25 tickets

Tiburon Golf Club
2620 Tiburon Dr.
Naples, FL 34109

Non-members: $25

Members: Luncheons are included with membership dues.

Seating is Limited - Click RSVP to email Cindy LeRoy a reservation request.

We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting!

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PLEASE NOTE: MEETING SUBJECTS, DATES, AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE


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  • 2019 Florida RIMS Educational Conference

    SWFL CHAPTER is the host chapter for 2019!

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