Yearning for the Gold
“Fear is nothing more than an obstacle that stands in the way of progress.”
This month, as we kick off a new CABLE year, I find it most appropriate to reflect on our July membership luncheon topic “Yearning for the Gold.” Hopefully you are either currently working in or seeking out your own “gold medal” career. In this quest, we must not allow the bumps in the road to stop us. As leaders in the community we must continue moving forward and allowing ourselves to discover the impossible.
VOTE FOR CABLE
CABLE has a special opportunity to raise $5,000 for its programs and you...as a CABLE member...can help!
First Tennessee Bank, one of our valued "Reaching Nashville Women" sponsors, is making a special offer to celebrate their 150th birthday. They are calling it, "150 Days of Giving".
Based on votes from the community, one nonprofit each day will receive a $5,000 prize. It will be based on votes from the community.
The good news is that the votes are cumulative and you can vote every day...on each of your devices; computer, iPhone, iPad...for the nonprofit of your choice.
Here's what you need to do:
Simply go to http://www.150daysofgiving.com/
Search for CABLE
Click on the "Vote" button
- CABLE is Tennessee’s largest and most established network of diverse professionals committed to connecting women and opportunity.
- CABLE fosters relationships and learning that enable its members to grow their businesses, serve their communities, and develop their unique talents and strengths.
- CABLE is a supportive, inclusive community that encourages every woman to reach her full potential and celebrates every woman’s achievements.
- CABLE is committed to sustaining long term financial stability and assuring organizational capacity to deliver programs and services for the ongoing benefit of its members.
Honoring the Past.
Investing in the Future.
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