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Take time to come meet Mompreneurs

LO Moms Club hosting event to showcase businesses of busy moms

SUBMITTED PHOTO  - Megan Pozos, a member of Lake Oswego Moms Club, is organizing Mompreneur, a free event showcasing the businesses owned by members of LO Moms Club.

Some moms seem to have eyes in the back of their heads, and some are geniuses at creating color-coded activity calendars to keep their family organized. All moms can use a helping hand and the support of friends.

Lake Oswego Mothers Club offers its members opportunities to form friendships, have fun, enjoy their families and help build a stronger community. They are inviting the public to get a glimpse into their world at a Mompreneur event to be held from 4-6 p.m. June 5 at Cascade Sotheby’s offices located at 310 N. State St., Suite 102, Lake Oswego.

The Mompreneur event will feature businesses and enterprises owned by LOMC members. Attendees can learn more about these businesses and about LOMC in general, a nonprofit organization for women with children ages birth to kindergarten.

“The Lake Oswego Moms Club has over 250 members and is a great asset to our community — especially for those coming in from out of state or out of the area,” said Megan Pozos, LOMC board member and organizer of the Mompreneur event.

“It’s a really strong group of moms who support one another in many ways, from sharing baby sitter resources, to doing a meal train for moms after they have a new baby where members bring food for a few weeks. It’s a great group.”

The club offers toddler playgroups, Moms and Muffins, runners clubs, book clubs, cooking clubs, working moms night out, babysitter mixers, a preschool forum, baby blues group and much more.

The Mompreneur event is new this year; Pozos is a realtor with Cascade Sotheby, where the event will be held.

“It will be local moms who are also artisans showcasing their wares — jewelry, custom designs, pretzels, stationery, etc. — in an informal mingling event in downtown Lake Oswego June 5. It’s open to the public and there will be light refreshments, wine, etc.,” Pozos said.

The event to open to all. To learn more about LOMC visit lomoms.com.