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V&P Magazine to Celebrate 1st Year with Fete Next Month

V&P LifeStyle Magazine will celebrate its one-year anniversary with a private ceremony in Maryland next month.

Sheehy Ford of Marlow Heights will host the March 5 event from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., during which the magazine’s March/April edition will be released.

V&P founders Sharon Porter and Karen McConnell-Jones want their readers to know they believe that vision truly inspires purpose.

“I know we will continue to move beyond the pages in order to stay relevant in the world of print,” said McConnell-Jones, who is also CEO and president of Class Act Speakers’ Bureau. “We are here to be a positive voice for our community.”

Porter added, “As an educator with over 25 years of experience and the owner of a book publishing firm, it is important that we produce an A-1 quality magazine at all times. Our readers can depend on us to be factual and informative with our writing and the stories that are being shared. This is a must for us.”

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