I may be drowning in paper work and emails, but I am having fun! I got to meet the author Ashley Rhodes-Courter; take part in a recognition breakfast; buy jewelry; shop at Boscov with big time coupon; help clean the beach; win a beach towel at Welcome Night and march in the Halloween Parade!! And. I got to do all these things with fun women of Colony Club—although the parade Emcee described us as fun and…naughty!
And, then there is the Outstanding Civic, Community Non-Profit Award!
CONGRATULATIONS TO US!!!
Janet Cook and Diane Mozzo will be accepting the award on November 13 , 2018 at the Flanders. Everyone is invited to join them at the dinner. Information is on the Chamber of Commerce website.
November Meeting—Monday, November 19th at 6:45
We will be collecting non-perishable food items for the local Food Cupboard and money for the Warrior Family. We will also have our ongoing collections of can tabs for the Ronald McDonald Charities and CASA—New stuffed animals, toys, books, gift cards for 14 – 21 year olds, $10 Gift Cards to Wawa or Starbucks, new or gently used binders. Our speaker will be, Barbara Riggione —CASA advocate. Cant’ wait to hear her stories! Hope I don’t need tissues. And, we need to CELEBRATE US!!! So, please join us!
Janet Cook, our illustrious 1st. VP, will be leading us to make Christmas Trees from old Christmas Cards on November 26 at 6:30 PM in The Shores Town Hall. Don’t forget to sign up! If you don’t really want another Christmas item, you can donate what you make.
Tree of Warmth and Warrior Christmas Dinner
The Holiday Season is coming. So our activities will slow down somewhat? Maybe not. LOL.
The Tree of Warmth will start on December 5 and end on December 21.
The Warrior Christmas Dinner is December 18 at 5 PM. Please make sure you…
- Contact Jeanne Robinson about the food sign up book. Your food donation is much needed, enjoyed and appreciated.
- Add to Geri Cusato’s brown $$ collection envelope. We do not want Geri losing sleep!
We will recognize Samantha Rubio. She is originally from California. After eight years active duty and 2 years inactive reserve, she finds herself in New Jersey! She has two boys—Logan (7 1/2) and Paul (2 1/2). They both have December birthdays! She presently works for the Department of Veteran Affairs. Come and thank Samantha for her service on December 18!
Back to the paper work…