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Executive Women Take Leadership Notes at LPGA Breakfast

Posted: June 27, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO FLIP PUTTHOFF BREAKFAST TALK Morgan Pressel, left, LPGA pro, speaks Thursday at the Network of Executive Women breakfast in Rogers. At center is Kristin Oliver, executive vice-president for people at Walmart. Gisel Ruiz, executive vice-president and chief operating officer at Walmart, is at right.

ROGERS -- Executive presence is a big tripwire for women seeking leadership positions, said Sylvia Ann Hewlett, chief executive officer of the Center for Talent Innovation.

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Tournament Starts

The first round of tournament play at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G begins today with the final round Sunday. Daily tickets are $15 each. A weekend pass is $25 for all three days. Admission is free to children 17 and younger with a ticketed adult.

Source: www.nwachampionship.com

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Donation Feeds Hungry

The Northwest Arkansas Food Bank received a $10,000 joint donation from the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G and Kraft Foods, and 2 tons of food Thursday.

The tournament has donated $500,000 to the Food Bank over the years, said Marge Wolf, president and chief executive officer.

Kraft employees handed her an envelope with $250 in it when she arrived at the golf course, Wolf said.

Dean General, president of the Walmart sales team at Kraft Foods, said an employee contest netted two tons of Kraft Foods product to donate, including peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, Velveeta dinners and Capri Sun drinks.

Part of the ticket price for admission to The Club presented by MasterCard went to the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank. The $275 Club hospitality option offers a three-day ticket and catering overlooking the 17th hole.

Source: Staff Report

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