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Finley, Bartlett to speak at Junior League leadership lunch

MADISON – Mayor Paul Finley, Madison Board of Education President Ranae Bartlett and Beth Richardson, Madison Market President for Progress Bank, will speak at Junior League of Huntsville’s “Lunch with Leaders” on Feb. 8.

Redstone Federal Credit Union will host the civic leadership talk, which also includes Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle. Liz Hurley with WAFF-TV will moderate the discussion.

“Junior League is hosting the luncheon as part of an annual training series to achieve the part of our mission focused on developing the potential of women,” Nancy Washington Vaughn, President of Junior League of Huntsville, said.

Junior League of Huntsville is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The group’s purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

For more information, visit jlhuntsville.com.

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