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November 21st, 2006
Winona State University co-sponsors �Catch the Entrepreneurial Spirit� with Terry Whipple Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Maxwell Leadership Center.
This event is sponsored by Winona State University, Winona County EDA, Fillmore County EDA, Houston County EDA, Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical, Southeastern Minnesota Development Corporation, Winona Port Authority, Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation, Small Business Development Center, the Rushford Institute for Nanotechnology, Winona Area Chamber of Commerce, 7 Rivers Region, St. Mary's University, and Partners in Housing, Agriculture and Sustainable Economic Development.
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