Mentoring with a focus on giving

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Zan Prince will present a program on mentoring Friday at the Women’s Business Alliance (WBA) with the focus on giving, sharing, helping to make each piece of the whole more successful, an investment in each other and the community. Sharing ideas with other professional women, providing women with referrals for a solution to a woman’s issue or helping a student see their full potential are all part of the mentoring that makes our community more successful. In all settings, sharing with each other and helping our neighbors grow is a benefit to all of us.

WBA will host the program at the Wild Mushroom Steak House, 1917 Martin Drive in Weatherford. The luncheon is from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

The event sponsor is Rosemarie Swain of BenefitSmart. Reservations can be made at: The luncheon cost is $15 for members of the WBA and $20 for non-members. The WBA is a steering committee of the East Parker County Chamber of Commerce and meets the first Friday of each month for lunch. The WBA exists to provide women business professionals with resources and activities that foster personal development and growth in East Parker County business community and beyond. Dues are $50 annually and separate from your Chamber member dues.

This month’s keynote speaker, Prince, has often been described as a “community leader,” a person that is committed to helping those around her and making our community a better place.

Prince has served in many service capacities in organizations such as the local church, Cub Scouts, Denison Education Fund, Denison Downtown Association, Independent Bankers Association of Texas, Texas Bankers Association, the Future Gen Project, 4-H, Civic Development, The Parker County Health Foundation, Business and Professional Women, Zonta Club of Parker County and the Chambers of Commerce in Denison, East Parker County, Sherman, Springtown and Weatherford.

Prince has served as the Chairman of the Parker County Republican Party since 2004. Prince is a Past President of the Parker County Republican Women and President and Charter Member of the Bush Legacy Republican Women.

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