“WHEN WOMEN ARE UNITED, WE CAN ACHIEVE UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES”
Ms. Sherri Goss of Rosenberg Financial Group
Join the members of the Houston-Peach Branch of AAUW Tuesday, November 8 as they welcome Sherri Goss, CFP, Rosenberg Financial Group as their guest speaker. Sherri is currently serving on the steering committee of a new United Way initiative titled “Women United.” Her topic for the evening is “when women are united, we can achieve unlimited possibilities.”
The meeting, held at Trinity United Methodist Church, 129 S. Houston Road, Warner Robins, begins at 6:30 with refreshments and networking followed by Ms. Goss speaking to the group at 7:00 pm. Guests are invited. Please call 478-971-4354 for further information.
Hi, ho, hi, ho, it’s off to the book sale we go!! Galleria Mall in Centerville, GA. Check the flyer below for information. Proceeds from this sale go toward AAUW’s philanthropic projects, so come early and spend lots!!
October 20: 12:00 noon to 9:00 pm
October 21: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
October 22: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Dr. Sheree Keith, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, MGA, will speak on “gender roles, domestic violence, and resources and outlets for women who have been victims of domestic abuse.”
Dr. Keith has been a member of the MGA faculty since 2009 and was their “Above and Beyond” recipient May 2015.
Social hour and networking from 6:30 to 7:00 with the program to follow. Trinity United Methodist Church, 129 S. Houston Road, Warner Robins, GA. Guests welcome. For more information call 478-971-4353. Like us on Facebook.
I am aware that you are seeing peach boxes which might lead you to think the ladies are sorting peaches, but no! The ladies of AAUW are using discarded peach boxes for their books once they have been priced! Book sale at the Galleria October 20-22. Come shop till you drop!
Below are the new officers for the coming year. From left to right:
Sharon Dawson, treasurer; Susan Blair, membership; Laurie Shaw, president; Jane Winston, corresponding secretary, and Gul Celkan, programs.
Susan Jolly, recording secretary, was not present for the picture.
Rylee Hancock, a 14-year old young lady living in Warner Robins and being home-schooled, was declared the winner of AAUW’s first writing contest for 8th grade girls. The entries were phenomenal and determining the winner was difficult, but Rylee’s essay on what she wants to do in her professional life and how she plans to get there won the top price….an IPad!!
Below are photos of Rylee only and also with her family: sister, Haven; parents, Sharon and Tommy Hancock, and grandparents, Donnie and Delores Powell.
CONGRATULATIONS!! TO A FINE YOUNG LADY!!
Cynthia Parker, founding member and chairman of The Soup Kitchen at the Methodist Church on Davis Drive in Warner Robins, seen here holding her clock which is the traditional gift for our yearly winner. To her right is Eleanor Granum, for whom the volunteer honor is named, and joining them is Sharon Waugh who nominated Cynthia for the honor.
Here is another photo of Eleanor Granum and Cynthia Parker, our 2016 Eleanor Granum Volunteer winner.
Simply click on the link below and enjoy our May newsletter.
The May 2016 Cherokee Rosebud Newsletter
Check out the latest copy of the Houston-Peach County, GA. AAUW legal organ to see what is going on in our branch