A Message from your President

Greetings!
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa. Whatever you say or celebrate at this time of year, may you have an enjoyable holiday.
There’s a lot going on in this crazy world of ours. However, in our neck of the woods we are doing wonderful work within our Club. We are consistently making a difference in people’s lives. You may not think a smile or a small chat with someone while you’re delivering Meals on Wheels would make a difference, but it does!!
Wow, you ladies never cease to amaze me by your generosity – helping to continue our ongoing projects in Arts and Crafts; bringing in shoes for our Soles4Souls; bringing in a pair of glasses for our International Outreach project. All of these things add
up and really makes a difference.
What will the New Year bring?? I’m hoping more kindness and generosity. May you all enjoy your holiday season, and maybe make a New Year’s resolution to be more involved in our Club. Find your niche. That’s always a great way to make new friends and enjoy
each other’s company while helping us all do the good work we do. I personally wish each and every one of you a joyous Holiday Season and a Happy New Year!!
Sally Anne Barclay

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Hello Ladies–

Can you believe it’s November already? This month has one of my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving. It’s when families and friends get together to celebrate what everyone is grateful for.
As a child I was just happy to go ice skating and eat pumpkin pie! Nowadays, I am thankful for my friends and family, and my fur baby “Max”. What are you thankful for?
I am also so pleased that our club will be staying the same, an international club that accepts everyone, regardless of their address. Hurray!! No extra fees will be imposed on those living outside the CA boundaries who belong to our club!
Remember to stop and reflect what you may be thankful for during the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. Ladies, enjoy your Thanksgiving. To those of you who are traveling, safe travels. Until we meet again…
Sally Anne Barclay

Hello Ladies!
Can you believe it’s November already? This month has one of my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving. It’s when families and friends get together to celebrate what everyone is grateful for.
As a child I was just happy to go ice skating and eat pumpkin pie! Nowadays, I am thankful for my friends and family, and my fur baby “Max”. What are you thankful for?
I am also so pleased that our club will be staying the same, an international club that accepts everyone, regardless of their address. Hurray!! No extra fees will be imposed on those living outside the CA bound-aries who belong to our club!
Remember to stop and reflect what you may be thankful for during the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. Ladies, enjoy your Thanksgiving. To those of you who are traveling, safe travels. Until we meet again…
Sally Anne Barclay

I hope that you all had a great summer. Even though many of us had vacations, we were also busy here be-hind the scenes.

I’m pleased to announce that we have wonderful, informative, and entertaining programs coming up this club year.

Also note that we’ll be having a fun fundraiser on Saturday, October 12th: Lethal Luau, a murder mystery luncheon.

Karen Wilkinson and her Arts & Crafts committee have been busy with all the lovely decorations and centerpieces for these upcoming events.

And, I am sure you all are wondering what we are going to do as a club about the fee of $125 for our King’s Point residents. I went to a SCC Community Association (CA) meeting on August 22nd. As of right now, the CA Board is still going to be charging the King’s Point residents this fee starting January 1st, 2020 – although our club is still being considered for exemption as we are a national organization not just a club. So, as you can see, things are still rather unsettled. I will certainly keep you updated as I receive additional information.

On another note, I would like to say Thank You again for all the lovely meals, cards, visits, flowers, presents, and phone calls during my lengthy recovery. I was overwhelmed by all the compassion and love that I felt from all of you. I am so proud to be a member of the Woman’s Club and most of all your President. I promise to do my very best to help us grow in our efforts of assisting others in our community.

Sally Anne