Women Who CareWomen Who CARE is hosting a social and networking dinner at PLOW Restaurant in downtown Cambridge on Thursday, September 22 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The event begins on the patio at PLOW with a social gathering and “fashion walkabout” provided by The Garment Shop.  PLOW is located at 159 W. Main Street.

Dinner will begin at 6:00 p.m.  The menu features three of PLOW’s favorite entrée options: Lamb and pork skewers, Rushing Waters trout or vegetarian lasagna.  PLOW is a farm to table restaurant featuring fresh locally produced foods.

Following dinner, the program features a presentation about the United Way’s VolunteerMain.com website.  Megan Findlay will share how people in our area can post and respond to volunteer opportunities with local non-profits.

A generous donation from the Cambridge Foundation is helping to make this wonderful event possible at a reasonable price. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early and explore the vibrant Main Street shops and atmosphere of downtown Cambridge.

Women Who CARE is a membership organization with a current focus on improving the health and well-being of youth in our area. The cost of annual membership is $100 which includes participation in luncheons and networking events throughout the year.

Their signature project is a school-based behavioral health pilot program for students.  They are partnering with Whitewater schools and Fort HealthCare to sponsor the initial phase of this program.

Community members interested in learning more about Women Who CARE can attend the dinner for $20. Member attendance is included in the annual membership dues.  To RSVP or get more information, contact the Fort Memorial Hospital Foundation at (920) 568-5401 or Foundation@FortHC.com.  Please be prepared to select an entrée option when making your reservation.  Reservations are requested by Friday, September 16.