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Brainerd Lakes Area League of Women Voters to have meet and greet

The guest speaker will be Dan Hegstad.

Wooden blocks spell news.
Contributed / Metro Newspaper Service

BRAINERD — The Brainerd Lakes Area League of Women Voters is having its annual holiday meet and greet Dec. 8 in the large meeting room at the Brainerd Public Library.

There will be a holiday potluck at 5 p.m. The guest speaker will be Dan Hegstad.

Hegstad is a professional speaker and the author of "Next Steps: Tools for Transforming from Coping to Thriving." The retired station manager of Lakeland PBS, Hegstad is a videographer and owns Easy Street Video Productions. He is a contributor to the Stay Human public radio show.

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