Inspiring: Women of Augusta May/June/July
Inspiring: Women of Augusta May/June/July

Where to find ‘Inspiring: Women of Augusta’ magazine

Stories of women exceling and doing great things in their community is at the heart of “Inspiring: Women of Augusta. Features in this issue include a tribute to Zanne Colton, who retired after a lifetime of dance and Alexia Gonzalez who opened The Earth Pantry in downtown Augusta. Get a glimpse into artist April Henry King’s North Augusta cottage and experiment with some of Jenn Kraus’s vegan recipes.

Below is a listing of area businesses and organizations where Inspiring: Women of Augusta can be found.

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One response to “Where to find ‘Inspiring: Women of Augusta’ magazine”

  1. Barbara Feldman says:

    So happy for you, Charmain. A stellar idea. Looking forward to it.