AEDC Woman’s Club prepares for Christmas
By Barbara McGuire, AEDC/PA
/ Published December 07, 2017
TULLAHOMA, TENN. --
During the AEDC Woman’s Club Dec. 7 meeting, singer and songwriter Carson Hill, from South Carolina, will entertain members.
Christmas will be the theme of the meeting and will include Christmas music, a Christmas Boutique, donations for Toys for Tots and a Christmas sing-a-long. Gifts and food items will be available to purchase at the meeting through the Christmas Boutique, and participants are encouraged to bring toys for the Toys for Tots donations or give to the Toys for Tots table donations. The Tullahoma Fire Department will pick up donations.
The Nov. 2 meeting featured Dan Thomas, meteorologist from WSMV/TV. His presentation featured a Weather Challenge with questions concerning thunderstorms and tornadoes. He spoke about misinformation concerning tornadoes and what to do if caught in a tornado. The members and guests viewed his experiments showing a cloud in a bottle and a tornado in a box.
The meeting also featured the Secret Shoppers. Three members shop and display their wares. Members purchase the items and the money raised goes toward the AEDCWC scholarship fund. The secret shoppers were Kate Canady, Suzette McCrorey and Patti Mathis. Suzette was crowned Queen of the Secret Shoppers.
Table Donations of $125 at the Nov. 2 meeting went to Fisher House of Murfreesboro.
The social hour of the Dec. 7 meeting starts at 9:30 a.m., with the business meeting and program beginning at 10 a.m.
Reservations must be made no later than noon Nov. 30 and are required to gain access to the ALC. Make reservations by calling (931) 393-2552 or (931) 636-4152.
The December meeting is open to the public and provides the opportunity to meet the AEDCWC members and become a member. You don’t need to have military connections or be involved with Arnold Air Force Base to visit and become a member.
For information about the AEDC Woman’s Club, call the membership chairman at (931) 455-3569.
Disclaimer: This is a private organization which is not part of the Department of Defense or any of its components and has no governmental status.