The Northwest Women’s Network is a freestanding organization established almost 27 years ago to enhance the efforts of women in business. Over the years it has been a source of both professional and personal support for a diverse group of entrepreneurs and enterprises. The objective of the Northwest Women’s Network is to establish an effective referral system through the exchange of leads and networking information; to encourage referrals to local community businesses; and to promote high standards of business professionalism and integrity. We also foster deep and lasting friendships, both in and out of the business arena. Any woman engaged in a business or profession may apply for membership in the Northwest Women’s Network. Our group is category exclusive, so only one representative for each business type is admitted for membership. Weekly meetings are held each Wednesday morning at 8:00 a. m. at Haymaker, 8706 W. Thunderebird Rd, Peoria, Arizona 85381. For additional information or to let us know to expect you as a visitor, please call Jody Serey at 623-561-0240, or email jody@sereyjones.com. The Northwest Women’s Network supports its members’ businesses and services with enthusiasm. Every attempt is made to screen applicants for membership, to give the best assurance possible of the quality of products and services and level of expertise they offer. However, as a group we cannot absolutely guarantee the work or professional services of an individual member, and membership within the group cannot be construed as absolute protection against or indemnification from loss or disappointment. We encourage everyone to take reasonable and appropriate precautions when purchasing goods and services from any individual or organization.

What We Aren’t

We aren’t affiliated with a franchise or a national organization. Nobody owns us or dictates what we will do and how we will do it. We are free-standing, and continue to exist because the individual members are strongly tied to each other, both professionally and personally.

We aren’t a hard hitting leads group, although providing leads is a fundamental service that we provide to each other. We aren’t full of rules, regulations, slogans, and pressure. We aren’t judgmental, unwelcoming, and elitist.

We aren’t the new kids in town. We have been meeting for more than 26 years in the West Valley.

We welcome any woman in business, or representing a business, who is not in competition with an existing member’s category. Please feel free to visit us on Wednesday mornings at 8:00am at the Haymaker Restaurant, 8706 W Thunderbird Rd, Peoria, AZ 85381.

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Repost:When was the last time you sang “America the Beautiful”? Or really looked at the words? We sang it in church last weekend and the lyrics sounded very sad to me. I feel like we’ve lost sight of the things that our founding fathers saw as important. And we no longer appreciate the things the songwriter was moved enough to write about.1. Oh, beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain. For purple mountain majesties, Above the fruited plain! America! America! God shed his grace on thee, And crown thy good with brotherhood, From sea to shining sea.When was the last time you looked at the sky? Or appreciated ‘waves of grain’? I stared for a few minutes at the purple mountain of Mount Graham as it stood sentinel over the small valley I grew up in – it’s still as majestic and beautiful as I remember it. I know God continues to shed His Grace on us, but so many people refuse it. In fact, it angers them. And where have the crowns of brotherhood gone? We keep our heads down and faces in our phones. Social media has made us unsociable, not to mention aggressive with our brothers if they dare not agree with us. We choose to be victims. We choose to walk past those who need us. We tend to keep to ourselves. We judge each other instead of lift each other up.2. Oh, beautiful for pilgrim feet, Whose stern, impassioned stress. A thoroughfare of freedom beat, Across the wilderness! America! America! God mend thine ev’ry flaw, Confirm thy soul in self-control, Thy liberty in law.When was the last time you thought about the pilgrims’ feet? The ones that came before us? My family settled Arizona – where did yours come from? I can only imagine the wilderness that they walked across to get here – yet we hesitate to walk across the street for a better life for ourselves. We avoid discomfort at any cost. I feel ashamed at us as a society when I realize that we don’t allow God to ‘mend every flaw’. And self-control? Nobody seems to have any. Liberty in law? Not anymore. People have now convinced themselves that liberty lies in lawlessness.3. Oh, beautiful for heroes proved In liberating strife, Who more than self their country loved, And mercy more than life! America! America! May God thy gold refine, Till all success be nobleness, And ev’ry gain divine.This. All of this. Our military. Our law enforcement. They love their countries and their communities more than their own life. They have signed on the line to agree to give it up, if necessary – yet certain factions of our society see them as the enemy. I still believe that God continues to refine their gold and prepare their gains in heaven. Even when the haters call for their heads, jobs and their lives. 4. Oh, beautiful for patriot dream That sees beyond the years. Thine alabaster cities gleam, Undimmed by human tears! America! America! God shed his grace on thee, And crown thy good with brotherhood From sea to shining sea.Oh yes, that patriot dream. It saw us through hundreds of years. But when did the cities lose their gleam? When did the human tears stain the alabaster? They knew not of the ‘zombie apocalypse’ brought on by mental illness and drug abuse that would litter our streets with broken people and broken things.Today – celebrate America. Turn your face to the sun and feels God’s grace. Shake the hand – or even better, hug your brother. Or your neighbor. We need more brotherhood. Our founding fathers wanted that for us. For them. They built a country on it. Our society is falling down without it. Our skies are still spacious, our mountains majestic, our grains amber. Our pilgrims were still impassioned. Our God will still mend every flaw. Our heroes will continue their liberating strife. Our alabaster cities are still gleaming, if we look close enough. And there is always good in brotherhood. And as much as we love our shining seas – the value is what lies between. Seek it. Love it. Protect it. America is beautiful. Written by Natalie Stahl,Glendale, AZ

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Heads up! Starting Saturday, we will be closed for a few days to rest with our families❤ Have a safe and happy 4th…we will see you next week! Stay tuned for a #hugeannouncment #smallbusiness #zsfinejewelry #familybusiness #itssummer #happy4th

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Timeline photosHappy 4th of July – Celebrate the birth of the United States with fresh and dynamic blooms! We have the best and most beautiful designs to wish this country a great birthday!

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