Nottingham Forest Women’s Club

Friends and Neighbors Since 1970

Field Trip February 3rd

We'll meet at the Houston Museum of Natural Science at 10:15 and experience the Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb. Purchase your ticket online for the 10:30 entry. The admission is good for the day for other permanent exhibits. 

If you'd like to join us for lunch at Monarch/Hotel ZaZa please click the link below to RSVP. 


Link to RSVP for lunch at Monarch/Hotel ZaZa:

CountMeInForLunch


Read more about the King Tut exhibit here:

HMNS.org

Please let Ellen Popejoy know if you plan on attending and if you'd like to carpool. EllenPopejoy@msn.com / 713.291.7684

 

Meadow Wood Elementary
Needs
Front Door Volunteers

The new safety and security processes introduced this year have stretched the MWE front office staff a little thin! We don't have a buzzer yet, so it would be incredibly helpful to have volunteers help by being an extra set of hands. 


Each volunteer window is one hour around lunchtime (10:30-11:30 and/or 11:30-12:30), the busiest times of the day. Feel free to sign up for both slots in a day if your schedule allows! 


SBISD volunteer registration: https://www.springbranchisd.com/engage/register-to-volunteer


Meadow Wood PTA Website: meadow wood pta

Anyone interested can reach out to Heather Craig, 832 350 6367, londoncraigs@gmail.com

 

Nottingham Forest Women's Club Started as a Garden Club

The Nottingham Forest Women's Club meets once a month and also offers its members special interest groups such as: Book Clubs with both day and night-time meetings, Fun With Games, Pickle Ball, Garden Club, Gourmet  Dining, Cooking and more. Groups are added whenever there's interest for a particular topic or activity. There are also special field trips taken throughout the year and a festive holiday home tour and market at Christmas time. We always donate to our community and have helped local schools, teachers, The Houston Food Bank, etc.


For more of our history please click here: History to go to the History portion of our website. While there, if you're hungry for more nostalgia, there are summaries of 2 cookbooks Nottingham Forest Women's Club published a few decades ago.


Please consider joining our fun group. We always welcome new members and sign-up/payment is located below. 

 
 

Three Ways To Join NFWC & Pay Your Annual Dues

1.  CLICK:  Click the "Pay Now" Button 
($1.50 service fee from PayPal will be added to your total), 
2.  MAIL:  Send your $30 check made out to “NFWC” to our treasurer:  Patricia Redman, 13615 Still Bay Court, Houston, TX 77077, or
3.  BRING: Bring your check to the next meeting.
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 Jennifer Balevic, Membership Chair.
 

Philanthropy 2023

Happy New Year! 

We are so appreciative of this wonderful group of ladies – you consistently and generously give of your time, talents, and treasures. 


Our next opportunity is coming up in February. Thornwood Elementary is having their annual Book Fair from February 8 – February 15th. We would like to be able to purchase at least one book for each teacher for their classroom libraries. Please consider donating to this cause. Each donated book has a label inside indicating it was donated by the Nottingham Forest Women’s Club. What a wonderful way to have our group remembered for years to come. If you would like to donate, please Venmo Debbie @Deborah-Sohmer or you can donate a cash or check to Debbie. Each teacher will have a Wish List of books and we will purchase from those lists. Questions? Text Debbie at 832-434-3916 


Stay tuned for a donation drive and volunteer outing to CAP (Citizens for Animal Protection) in March. CAP’s mission is caring for pets in need through sheltering, adoption, humane education, spay/neuter services, low-cost wellness, and community outreach. 


Family Point Resources has a need for volunteers to help after school Monday- Thursday from 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.with "Focus Time." Volunteers will help students who need one-on-one attention with their homework. Contact Farah Nematpour for more details: 

farah.nematpour@familypointresources.com

2022-2023 Officers


President: Darlynn Lydick
VP Programs: Barbara Lohff & Amy Selensky
VP Membership: Jennifer Balevic
Secretary: Kelly Higgins
Treasurer: Patricia Redman
Field Trips: Alison White & Ellen Popejoy
Hearts & Hands:  Mary Crain & Susan Pugliano
Hospitality: Marion Rohleder, Sheila Jones & Rebekah Bostick

Home Tour: Helen Pearce & Courtney Fast
Newsletter: Diane Fishman
NFC Liaison: Natalie Geczik
Parliamentarian: Sheila Jones
Philanthropy: Debbie Sohmer & Bridget Williams
Table Decorations: Chris Grow
Thought for the Day: Dunovan Thomas
Website: Janice Schwartz