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AEDC Woman’s Club hosts Nov.1 meeting

Kate Canady (left) and Pat Rollie display one of Rollie’s quilts. Rollie was the speaker at the AEDC Woman’s Club meeting Oct. 4. (Courtesy photo)

Kate Canady (left) and Pat Rollie display one of Rollie’s quilts. Rollie was the speaker at the AEDC Woman’s Club meeting Oct. 4. (Courtesy photo)

TULLAHOMA, Tenn. -- During the Nov. 1 meeting of the AEDC Woman’s Club, the ladies of the AEDCWC will meet Kate Cataldo, Director of Community Relations and Fundraising at the Blue Monarch.

She will speak about the Blue Monarch Mission, who they serve and how they help women break cycles of abuse, poverty and addiction.

Deanna Barnes, a graduate of the Blue Monarch Work Ethics program, will share a short testimony about her time at Blue Monarch, particularly in the Work Ethics program.

Table donations at the November meeting will go to The Blue Monarch. The AEDCWC will also be voting on the Queen of the Three Secret Shoppers at the November meeting.

On Oct. 4, the AEDCWC members were captivated by the quilts made by Pat Rollie of Tullahoma. Rollie uses special kinds of paint on fabric and then she uses quilting techniques to make them more beautiful. She has won many awards across the country for her quilts.

The table donations of $100 went to Shephard’s House of Tullahoma.

The social hour of the Nov. 1 meeting starts at 9:30 a.m., with the business meeting and program beginning at 10 a.m. at the Arnold Lakeside Center.

Reservations must be made no later than noon Oct. 25. Make reservations by calling 931-393-2552 or 931-434-5415.

The AEDCWC meetings are open to the public and provides the opportunity to meet the 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 AEDCWC, 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.