I have a lot to cover in this message, so please be patient and read it through. :)
Our monthly meeting will be hold on Thursday, November 2nd at Wanderers Club. Happy hour begins at 6pm, so come join us to mingle before the meeting. We ask that everyone arrive and check in by 6:30. As always, we encourage you to come see what our organization is about! The fee to attend as a guest is $30. Please RSVP by Saturday, October 28th.
This month's meeting will be on the terrace, and we will be making blankets for the families that are in Harmony House. This is something that we have done now for several years, and is one of the most looked forward to donations!
Our Ceramic Painting fundraiser will be hold Saturday, October 28th at noon. The fundraiser will be held at The Oak Bistro, which is located at 11051 Southern Blvd, Suite #210. The deadline to register and pay is TOMORROW, Monday, October 23rd. Please go to www.kbsocialartwork.com and click the events tab, and then find our event. A great time will be had by all. There will be food available to purchase, and bottomless Mimosas for $12.
The monthly donation for our November meeting is non-perishable Thanksgiving food items. With these items, we will be putting together Thanksgiving Dinner Baskets for deserving families. We will include everything needed for their dinner, down to the tablecloth! Items needed will be instant potatoes, stuffing, corn, green beans, cream of mushroom soup, containers of fried onions, cranberry sauce and dessert mixes. We also love Publix gift cards for the families to purchase the perishable items needed. Please remember how much these families appreciate what we do for them.
Also, look around and bring all donation items you find for our ticket auction in December. Ideas include: gift cards, jewelry, housewares, candles, books. Most people have several of these items around the house and they are unused! It is an amazing donation that is purely profit for our organization!
Hope to see you all at the meeting!
2nd Vice President - Membership
Women of the Western Communities