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Finale of Legacy 2010: "Climbing the hill: 150 years of women physicians in Grand Rapids" March 31 reception

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Underwriting support from:
Dr. Marsha D. Rappley, Dean of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

Dr. Marsha D. Rappley, Dean of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

Jo Ellyn Clarey, Greater Grand Rapids Women's History Council

Jo Ellyn Clarey, Greater Grand Rapids Women's History Council

Join the community in a reception next week welcoming Dr. Marsha D. Rappley, dean of Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine, to Grand Rapids for the final event in a month-long series of activities celebrating Women's History Month.

March 31 Reception
Hosted by WGVU's Shelley Irwin, the reception "Climbing the Hill: 150 years of women physicians in Grand Rapids," will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 31 at the Women's City Club, lower level auditorium, 254 E. Fulton Street. Sponsored by the Greater Grand Rapids Women's History Council, the event wraps up the March activities on women called Legacy 2010.
 
The Dean will join Jo Ellyn Clarey, GGRWHC researcher and historian, in a short program illustrating the rich history of local women physicians then and now. The event is free and will offer complimentary appetizers and $5 a glass wine. To reserve your spot for this exciting evening, contact Kyle at 454-2425 or at [email protected]

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