Teenie Cave Is The Guest Speaker At Next 55 PlusJan 3rd, 2012 | By Lynette | Category: Community News
By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The 55 Plus Club wishes everyone a Happy New Year with good health, good fortune and an invitation to their first 55 Plus Club meeting of 2012.
The Club will meet again at noon on Jan. 11, 2012, and program chairperson Lilla Howerton, who always works to have interesting programs for the club meetings has arranged for guest speaker Teenie Cave to give her presentation on “Treasured Memories and Folklore of Madison County.” Whether you are a long-timer or a newcomer to Madison County, you won’t want to miss this special nostalgic program of bygone days and local history.
The presentation includes lots of pictures and photos, meaning that the UMCM Center’s brand new large screen will be used for the very first time.
The meeting will be at the usual spot, the United Methodist Cooperative Ministries Center on the corner of Dill Street and Colin Kelly Highway, about five miles north of town. The meetings and the lunch are free and open to anyone 55 and older who would like to gather together to see friends, enjoy good food and hear an interesting program.
For directions or more information about 55 Plus or any other outreach ministry of the United Methodist Cooperative Ministries, contact Deborah Brown, Coordinator, at (850) 929-4938.