Women's Commission Craft Program Set
The Women’s Commission’s annual Holiday Craft Program is set for Thursday, Nov. 30,
in the John Cook School of Business’s Shanahan Atrium.
The day is free although participants are asked to bring an item for or to make a
monetary donation to the Crisis Nursery.
Vicki Riek Wroblewski is returning to provide the direction and supplies for the creation
of the holiday craft, “to awaken the creative spark that is there in all of us.” Wroblewski
pioneered the program when she was a member of the board of the Women's Commission
during her time as director of the Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action. Wroblewski
served as president of the commission from 1999 to 2000. She is now assistant director
of human resources at St. Luke's Hospital.
The program will take place from noon to 1 p.m. and space is limited to 40 participants.
RSVPs are required. Coffee and desserts will be served, courtesy of the commission. Participants
may also bring lunch.
To see the Crisis Nursery’s wish list, visit the nursery.