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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Click on the "Community" Tab for latest on Hurricane Harvey news.
    Click on the "Community" Tab for latest on Hurricane Harvey news.
  • Next NFWC meeting, October 22nd. Topic: Houston Hidden Gems
    Next NFWC meeting, October 22nd. Topic: Houston Hidden Gems
  • Scroll down for information on our November road trip. Painted Churches of Shulenburg.
    Scroll down for information on our November road trip. Painted Churches of Shulenburg.
Click on the "Community" Tab for latest on Hurricane Harvey news.
Click on the "Community" Tab for latest on Hurricane Harvey news.
 

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE


Hi Friends-
Welcome to the 2019-2020 Nottingham Forest Women’s Club season! Your officers have been hard at work over the summer creating a meeting schedule that should provide the joy of learning new things, as well as the comfort of meeting up with long-standing friends and the opportunity to pull a few acquaintances closer.
For those of you who have been in this club for years and years, I encourage you to reach out to a new face and introduce yourself, and extend that southern hospitality this club is so well known for. You know how to do it best!

  •  Our first meeting brings us a topic we all need to lean in on- Recycling. Our children and grands deserve a quality of life that is clean, healthy and sustainable. What can we as individuals and a community do to help? Sherrell Coreas, Public Affairs Specialist for Waste Management will bring us some ah-ha moments I’msure!

  •  As you may, or may not know, we will hit the ground running at our first meeting with the launch of the Book Tribe Reading circles. You will receive your first book at the meeting, so please plan to come a few minutes early to pick up and pay for your book. It’s going to be a great season of reads! If you have not yet signed up, please contact me immediately as I am busy building tribes. Cut off for joining a book tribe is Sept. 15th. Contact me at rkcerveny@gmail.com

  • We are eagerly anticipating three additional Field Trips this season, see the details on the webpage www.nfwomensclub.com- we need a few folks to volunteer and coordinate these fun, easy outings. Please contact Ellen Popejoy or Kristin Emerson to offer your talents and time.

    I’m looking forward to seeing your smiling faces at the club house onSeptember 24th at 9:30am.


    Warmly,
    Raquel Cerveny NFWC President


MEMBERSHIP

W E L C O M E  to the Nottingham Forest Women’s Club!  We’d love to have you join us as we embark on a new year of activities, programs, fellowship and fun!



We are pleased to announce that we have 124 members 
to date. We also have 74 members on Facebook. Invite your neighbors and friends to join us. Dues are $30 per year.


CLICK:  Click the Pay Now Button to the left. 
($1.50 service fee from Paypal is added to your charge.) 


MAIL:  Send your $30 check made out to “NFWC” to:  Patricia Redman, 13615 Still Bay Court, Houston, TX 77077 
Please put your email address on the, "memo" line when paying by check and you'll receive a receipt confirmation.


For more information please contact Pam Ferworn,
Membership Chair at:  pferworn@comcast.net

ROAD TRIPS

~NOVEMBER 15TH~

PAINTED CHURCHES OF SCHULENBURG ROAD TRIP

Join a group, form a group and let's go!


Cost is $21 per person; this covers the $1 fee from PayPal plus docent cost. Please click on the, "Buy Now" button below and enter your payment data.

We'll all meet at the NFC Clubhouse at 7:45 AM on Friday, November 15th.

If you are driving, please let us know how many your car will hold. Leave space for 1 docent to ride with your group to the different churches.


Please Reserve your spot by October 15th.


Please contact Kristen Emerson at Kristen_emerson@hotmail.com or Ellen Popejoy

at ellenpopejoy@msn.com with questions.

Our road trips have tremendous possibilities, but we would love to finalize and have leaders for the following adventures:

February 2020: The Holocaust Museum
March 2020: Brookwood Tour and Lunch

Kristen and Ellen have done some “homework” on these possibilities and all will be relatively simple and fun to coordinate. The Program Chairs will be happy to assist, but would really appreciate individuals taking the reins. Thank you so much and we are looking forward to an informative and festive year!


Please contact Kristen Emerson at Kristen_emerson@hotmail.com or Ellen Popejoy at ellenpopejoy@msn.com



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