By Kate Weldon LeBlanc
Wednesday morning was the annual Women’s Breakfast, supporting the JF&CS Center for Early Relationship Support® (CERS) and celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Lauren and Mark Rubin Visiting Moms® program. It was our most successful Women’s Breakfast ever, with more than 350 people in attendance and raising more than $260,000. We are enormously grateful.
This year, we were joined at the Breakfast by filmmaker Josh Seftel and his mother, Pat, who shared their reflections about the importance – and joy – of staying connected via their sweet, entertaining FaceTime chats.
This was only my fourth breakfast (many people there have been attending for more than two decades!) but based on this relatively small sample, I have made some unscientific observations about things that are “always” true about our Women’s Breakfast:
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