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August 8, 2018 50 min
Annette Glaudel is making the most of her retirement - and she's coming to the Friday Happy Hour to tell you about it - and to give you some interesting ideas.

Annette has college degrees in chemical engineering and an MBA in finance. She worked for an oil refiner for 31 years and has been busy since retiring 7 years ago. Annette volunteers for Good Works, Appalachia Service Project, the Veterans Administration, Bridge of Hope, Saints Simon and Jude Church, and her homeowners association.

August is Romance Awareness Month.. Here' s the link to the article I mentioned: Five Tips for Reigniting Romance - http://www.fiveyearmarriage.com/2018/07/31/its-romance-awareness-month/
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