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Womens group forming
First meeting is on Feb. 11
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Forsyth County News
A new chapter of a women’s networking group is forming in Forsyth County.

The Women on a Mission to Earn Commission, or WOAMTEC, will launch its new chapter Feb. 11 at the Windermere Golf Club. The inaugural meeting begins at 11:30 a.m.

Chapter director Kelly Kenton Fink said she looks “forward to growing this chapter and to seeing WOAMTEC become an essential part of our local business community.”

“I’ve met some outstanding women as I researched this opportunity,” she said.

A Johns Creek chapter has also been launched. That group will meet at 11:30 a.m. Feb. 17 at Sia’s Restaurant in Johns Creek.

Brandi Mosses Baldwin will serve as the chapter’s director.

Women on a Mission to Earn Commission was created in 2007 as a supportive environment for women committed to faith, family and career.

Headquartered in Longwood, Fla., the organization also has chapters in Colorado and Missouri.

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