March is Women's History Month

Luncheon will honor women who have served Virginia

WRVA News
March 03, 2020 - 11:50 am
A Richmond police captain, a former first lady of Virginia and a nun are among the women who will be honored during a luncheon to mark Women's History Month.  (iStock / Getty Images Plus/Vitalii Abakumov)

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A Richmond police captain, a former first lady of Virginia and a nun are among the women who will be honored during a luncheon to mark Women's History Month. “Strong Voices: Celebrating the Power and Stories of Richmond Women” will be hosted by the Richmond Times-Dispatch on March 16. The event is being held to honor women whose vision and commitment have served Richmond and Virginia. The Times-Dispatch reports that participants will share personal reflections on how they persevered, how they were inspired and how they are extending the path for the next generations of women.

  

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