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Who's New in Panama, Panama

What is the name of this Organization/Club?

Who's New

In what city is your organization based?

Panama

Describe your group.

Who's New is a non profit club where we welcome Women newcomers to Panama. We meet twice a month and have a lot of interesting activities, cultural and recreational

What is unique about your organization?

It is a multicultural women club.

How often does your group meet?

Twice a month

Is there a membership fee?

Yes $30.00 per year

Approximately how many members does this organization have?

100

What language(s) do member speak?

English and Spanish

What is the age range of the people in your group?

Adult Women - any age

What is the name of the person new members should contact?

Alma Rosa Gomez

E-mail Address:

Telephone Number:

507/66778065

Web site address (please include http://):

http://www.whosnewpanama.org

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