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BASE lecture shares story of Theo Chocolate

Like chocolate?

Suppose it were amazing, delicious, mind-bendingly wonderful chocolate? Suppose it linked you on Bainbridge to fair trade programs in the Congo, the homeless in Seattle, even Jane Goodall worldwide?

That would be Seattleā€™s own Theo Chocolate.

To hear the Theo story of how chocolate changes lives, come hear Theo founder and CEO Joe Winney will tell the Theo story of how chocolate changes lives at the next BASE (Building A Sustainable Economy) lecture, at 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 15 at the Bainbridge Public Library.

A reception with Theo Chocolate samples will follow the talk.

RSVP for the free lecture at bainbridgetheo.eventbrite.com. Remaining seats will be first-come, first-serve at the door.

The BASE lecture series is sponsored by the Bainbridge Graduate Institute, Bainbridge Chamber of Commerce, Sustainable Bainbridge and Bainbridge Public Library.

For more information on Theo Chocolate, visit www.theochocolate.com.

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