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Inaugural Event Kicks Off Top Floor Women

Amazing things happen when women gather to enjoy refreshments and the company of those who are of like mind. Top Floor Women, a nonprofit organization offering area women professional networking opportunities and inspiration, is offering regular networking meetings from 8 to 9:30 a.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month at The Elevator, in Franklin, with the next edition featuring Jen Edds, a professional singer and songwriter and podcasting guru, on July 25.

The group’s mission is to inspire personal achievement through connection, recognizing that messages of inspiration oftentimes spring forth from the sharing of stories and experiences.

Monthly gatherings provide a format to cultivate connections, including activities to encourage attendees to meet one another. Featured speakers relay stories of hardship and strength, challenges and achievement, offering ideas and resources from their experiences.

Top Floor Women offered its inaugural event June 27 with speaker Sue Anne Gilroy, who served as Indiana’s first female Secretary of State from 1994 to 2003.

Location: The Elevator, 26 E. Jefferson St., Franklin. For more information, email or visit

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