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An oasis, for her: New women’s-only clubhouse opens in the Mission

San Francisco’s leading lady artists, makers, and designers assemble to transform a historic church into a modern space When Molly Goodson walked through the doors of the light grey, 100-plus-year-old wooden church in the heart of the Mission, she knew she had just walked into the future home of the Assembly. What was at that point merely a concept—to create an inspiring space for women to connect—has since become a reality.
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