Award Winners: From left are Highland IFBW award winners Peggy Sebastian, Boss of the Year; Lisa Sauer, Woman of Achievement; and Maura Donnelly, Women Mean Business Award; along with Becky Obermark, Highland IFBW president.
Award Winners: From left are Highland IFBW award winners Peggy Sebastian, Boss of the Year; Lisa Sauer, Woman of Achievement; and Maura Donnelly, Women Mean Business Award; along with Becky Obermark, Highland IFBW president. Courtesy photo
Award Winners: From left are Highland IFBW award winners Peggy Sebastian, Boss of the Year; Lisa Sauer, Woman of Achievement; and Maura Donnelly, Women Mean Business Award; along with Becky Obermark, Highland IFBW president. Courtesy photo

Highland Business Women’s Club hands out awards

November 18, 2015 03:43 AM

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