Photos from YP Chicago’s Inaugural Event

On November 21, 2009, the newly established Young Professionals of Chicago held their first event at NAHA restaurant in downtown Chicago.

Fifty people attended the kick-off event and the following are some photos from the gathering.

 


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2 responses to “Photos from YP Chicago’s Inaugural Event

  1. Pingback: Photos from YP Chicago’s Inaugural Event « AGBU Blog | Chicago Events

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    August, 22, 2006
    Paris, France

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