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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –Dozens of Albany business women gather to encourage and promote their success.

The Darton College Professional Women's Forum met for the third time this year.

Women from all careers and professions network and promote their friends.

Lorie Farkas told the group  that everyone needs that help occasionally.

"I think this shows women not only where they are and gives them validity. But it also shows them other fields, maybe there is another field they might want to go in," said Farkas.

Palmyra Medical Center sponsored today's meeting which is organized by the Darton College Continuing Education Division.

Any woman who wants to join the group should call Darton College.

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