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Elaine Lauderbaugh, left, and Julie Little, center, ask questions of keynote speaker Jackie Pflug Saturday at the Bemidji Women's Expo. Pflug told the story of how her life changed after she was shot in the head by hijackers and left for dead, and shared inspirations she learned from her experiences. She also signed copies of her book, "Miles to Go Before I Sleep: A Survivor's Story of Life After a Terrorist Hijacking." Pioneer Photo/Laurie Swenson

'A really great time' at Bemidji Women's Expo; Jackie Pflug shares compelling story of surviving airline hijacking

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They came solo, in twos and threes, even in groups with red hats.

The Bemidji Women's Expo Saturday drew about 1,000 people to the John Glas Fieldhouse Saturday, many of them lining up well ahead of time for the third annual Expo, sponsored by the Bemidji Pioneer.

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