Celebration of the 4th of July is always special when shared with good friends and family. Many of you took us up on our invitation to join PW members along with Bob and Kathleen Keefer to celebrate. Our PCM parking lot is a fantastic place to see the city’s many firework displays. We promised good conversation, laughter, snacks and a good view of the fireworks. Many people have told us how much they enjoyed the evening. Guess this could be an annual event.
4th of July Celebration—PW along with Pastor Bob and Kathleen are inviting PCM members to join us at dusk on the south side of the PCM parking lot. One of the city’s best kept secrets is the marvelous view we have to enjoy the various fire work displays. The top of the hill has truly been a secret spot to view the displays without dealing with the large crowds, etc. So if you’d like to join us, bring your lawn chairs, bug spray, snack and beverages. We promise good conversation and much laughter.
We wish to acknowledge the resignation of Marge Adey and Shirley Cook from the PW Board. We thank them for their years of dedicated service. Both women have given their time and talents to this group and will be greatly missed. Their resignations, along with the passing of Dorothy Norton, have resulted in our need to do some reorganization.
PCM Women’s Book Club The November Book Review for Wench/Dolen Perkins-Valdez will be November 17 with hostess Maurene Beason and reviewer Susie Hollman. Meeting “Under the Birds”. -Diana M. Frans, Current PCM Book Club Leader~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Monday Evening PW Circle will be meeting at 7:00 pm on Monday, May 5, in the church small dining room. They will be studying chapter 4 of the book, “Wounded Women of the Bible.”
Spring is here and so is the PW Plant Sale. Please tell your family, friends and neighbors about it. An order form is included in this issue of the VOICE. We will be taking orders during the month of April - last day to order is Sunday, April 27.
Monday Evening PW Circle will be meeting at 7:00 pm on Monday, April 7 at the home of Dorothy Norton, 10609 Hilltop Rd. They will be studying chapter 3 of the book, “Wounded Women of the Bible.” Yes, we are still on chapter 3—due to the bad weather we had to cancel our January and March meetings.
Monday evening PW Circle will be meeting at 7:00 pm on Monday, March 3 at the home of Dorothy Norton, 10609 Hilltop Rd. They will be studying chapter 3 of the book, “Wounded Women of the Bible”.
Monday evening PW Circle will be meeting at 7:00 pm on Monday, February 3 at the home of Kay Smith, 10714 Decatur Street. Study lesson is Chapter 2 of the book, “Wounded Women of the Bible”.
Below is the schedule for the workshops at the "Celebrate Women" event on Sunday, February 16, 2014. Child care, lunch and snacks are provided. If you want to come, please choose your breakout sessions as shown below and either reply to this post, or e-mail "volunteer at pcmwindow.org" (yes, we're missing the little @ sign, but we're trying to foil the spam bots). The deadlline for registration is Feb. 10.
Our Bake Sale in November was a huge success and many thanks for those who baked and purchased the baked goods. Have you ever noticed that goodies always taste better when someone else makes them??
The Thursday Evening Circle has changed their meeting date to the first Monday of the month so we will be meeting on Monday, January 6, 7 p.m. at the home of Dorothy Norton – studying the second chapter of the book “Wounded Woman of the Bible.”