More than 80 local businesswomen and students gathered at the Country Tennis Club this afternoon for the Singleton Business Chamber's International Women's Day celebrations.
Guest speakers Di Sneddon (former editor of the Singleton Argus) and Deanne Hobday (CEO of Beyou.style Personal App) shared their stories before the room which featured guest Federal Member for Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon.
Michelle Crawford, entrepreneur and the brain behind Being More Human, then shared her take on the day and her philosophies.
Seven members of the Singleton High School girls academy were also in attendance under the guidance of Mrs Renee MacDonald (Girls Academy Program Manager) and Ms Annie Phillips (Careers coordinator).
(Full story in Wednesday's Singleton Argus)