February 2023 Meeting
Place : Home of Jennifer Pierce
Date: February 7
Time : 6:30 PM
Sherri Mauter was presented a gift certificate for all of her hard work putting together the Outdoor Living and Flower and Garden Charity Tour that was in June 2022.
Introduction of Speakers :
Renae introduced Sgt. Robin Turner and Sgt. Tommy Maddox from Shelby County Sheriffs Office to discuss how to avoid scams. This was a very informative presentation and many great questions were asked.
The information for the classes that were discussed are as follows:
Citizens Academy, 6:30 - 9:00 PM, 12 week course. https://www.Shelby so.com/176/citizen-training
Renae thanked the speakers for their presentation.
Renae asked if there were any visitors or new members. Since the presentation lasted longer than expected, some of the members had to leave.
The minutes are on the website and were asked to be approved. Lynette Clemmons motioned to approve and Joy Doering seconded the motion.
There was a discussion about selling Boston Butts from 2 Men and A Pig on April 29 for a fundraiser. They will accept online payments. Details will follow. The goal is to buy a bench for Grove Park.
Our next meeting will be on April 4 at 6:00 PM. It will be at Hami Boutique at Mt. Laurel. there will be a fashion show, charcuterie board and wine. Five women volunteered to be models.
Renae then discussed the current boards time was coming to an end. Lynette Clemmons and Jackie Dye are on the nominating committee. Please think about stepping up to continue leading the club.
Renae had 3 goals as President:
1. Stock a food pantry
2. Feed first responders
3. Continue the tradition of previous administration and purchase a bench for the neighborhood.
This was done with everyone’s agreement and help. Your new board can choose your vision and bring us all on board.
Renae read the very nice thank you card from Asbury Church. With all of the members help, we donated the most items to the food pantry than anyone ever has. Thank you ladies for your generosity!
Phyllis Gilbert read the Treasury Report.
Jennifer Pierce was thanked for hosting the meeting in her home and given a gift certificate. Also all women who brought food and wine were thanked.
Door prizes were drawn. We are continuing the tradition of supporting women owned businesses. Our latest is our member Eileen Gibbs. Cathy Schafer modeled one of the aprons for a door prize. They are unique and one of a kind. They are double sided and can be purchased at The Florist in Chelsea, 11728 Chelsea Road. Children’s sizes will be available soon at WeePeat Boutique on Hwy 280. You can contact Eileen for orders.
Phone : 850-449-2243
Email : email@example.com
She accepts cash or Venmo and will ship free out of state. The cost is $35.00, with $5.00 going to Anchor Ministries at Asbury UMC, a memory care/dementia ministry.
Fran Stainback discussed starting Thirsty Thursday back at La Paz in Mt. Laurel. It will be on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 4:00 PM.
Adjourned: 9:00 PM.