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The International Women’s Club Belgrade (IWC) held its monthly Coffee Morning event on October 8th at the In Hotel in New Belgrade.

More than 40 people, guests and members, were in attendance. Nonna Handmade, a company that provides authentic Serbian crafts and patterns for clothes and accessories, home goods, and gifts, displayed their products.

IWC President Milica Lundin spoke, welcoming new members, alerting members to upcoming events, and giving an update on the latest IWC fund-raising project, a book titled “Belgrade Through the Eyes of Foreigners.” Proceeds from the sale of the book will go toward funding Covid-19 relief projects throughout Serbia. 

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