Time is running out for you to reserve your seat for this year’s summer luncheon. June 15 is the last day to reserve and pay for your seat. Seats are being sold in tables of 8. Contact Janice Messer at email@example.com or (951) 230-1171 to reserve and pay. Price is $20 for members, $25 for non-member first time guests. Please provide a preferred table number if you have a preference (maybe you’ll be joining your friends who already have reserved seats). As always, reserve your seats early for the best choice.
Entertainment will be provided by the Celtic Steps, an award-winning troupe of exciting, young local talent.
SUMMER LUNCHEON SCHEDULE: Monday, June 25, 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Menu: Chicken salad stuffed beefsteak tomato on a bed of greens with raspberry vinaigrette and green goddess dressing on the side, bread, iced tea/water/coffee, and chocolate cupcake with Irish cream frosting.
- 11am – Bar opens
- 11:30 – Luncheon begins
- 11:45 – Remarks
- 12pm – Lunch is served
- 1pm – Program begins (Celtic Steps)
Carol Mutter was born and raised in Danville, Illinois (yes, the hometown of Dick Van Dyke, but she says she did not know him!). After a divorce, she raised her two children, worked several jobs and was a Director in Mary Kay cosmetics.
Carol relocated to Alaska in 1984 where she met Doug at her 40th birthday party. They were married in January 1992. Her family is spread out a bit with her daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughter in Eagle, Idaho; her son, daughter-in-law, and two step-grandsons in Girdwood, Alaska; and a stepson in Kearney, Nebraska. She also has a grandson serving in the U.S. Air Force in South Korea.
Carol has been a resident of Quail Creek since January 2013 when she and husband Doug retired and relocated from Anchorage. While in Anchorage, Carol was Regional Director for a personnel agency. She owned and operated a small business; was building manager and real estate broker for a multi-story office complex; and the Director of Human Resources for a major hotel. Carol also managed commercial and multi-family residential properties in Anchorage, Juneau, and Fairbanks, Alaska.
Carol joined TWOQC in 2013 and served as Membership Chair (2014-2015), then President for two years (2016-2017). She now serves on the Board as Past President/Community Relations. In addition to volunteering for TWOQC, Carol enjoys a variety of crafts, travelling and visiting family and friends, reading, writing, and tending to her home in Quail Creek.
Thank you to all who wrote letters to the veterans on the May Honor Flight. Your enthusiasm and prayers meant a lot to the vets.
Our next Honor Flights will be in September and October. Please begin writing notes of “thanks for your service” etc. The dates, names and number of veterans on each flight will be available closer to the time of the flight.
What to get dad or husband? Something he will appreciate, something that says “I know who you are and what you like.” The scholarship committee has an idea or two.
Does he like to BBQ? How about an apron with pockets for holding his BBQ tools? Or, what about a wine carrier; you can add the wines he likes.
Interested in the perfect gift? Contact Peggy McGee at firstname.lastname@example.org or (520) 207-6188 (if no answer, leave a message).
(♦) public event
- June 25 – 11:30 a.m.→Summer Luncheon “A Wee Bit Irish”
- July 30 – 6:30 p.m.→Making New Fashions from Found Clothing
- Aug. 27 – 6:30 p.m.→Makeup for Baby Boomers & Beyond
- Sept. 24 – 6:30 p.m.→Creative Tips to Refresh and Redecorate Your Home Tastefully
- Oct. 14→Oktoberfest for Scholarships (♦)
- Oct. 20→Clothing Drive for Homeless Veterans (♦)
- Oct. 29→Membership Brunch “Fiesta”
- Oct. 29 – 7 p.m.→Lecture Benefiting Scholarship Program (♦)
- Nov. 12→“Getting Holiday Ready” Ladies Night Out
- Dec. 10→Holiday Luncheon
- Jan. 14 – 7 p.m.→Lecture Benefiting Scholarship Program (♦)
- Feb. 25→American Cancer Society Fashion Show (♦)
- Mar. 4 – 7 p.m.→Lecture Benefiting Scholarship Program (♦)
“Thank you” to this week’s FMM contributors: Marilyn Beim, Yasmin John-Thorpe, Diane Quinn, and Kay Robinson.