Greenwood Forest Residents Club
12700 Champions Forest Drive, Houston, Texas 77066 (Champions Forest Drive south of FM1960/Cypress Creek Parkway)
A monthly reminder of the programs will be sent via email.
Saturday Aug. 24, 11:00 a.m.
ANNUAL BRANCH MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON
New Season Grill and Catering
6159 Cypress Creek Parkway (at Hollister)
Houston, Texas 77066
Please note that September’s meeting will be held at The Hope Center’s new
Thursday Sept 19., 6:30 p.m.
DEBBIE JOHNSON: THE HOPE CENTER
821, Peakwood Drive, Houston 77090.
Our September Branch meeting will be held at The Hope Center. This will be followed by a presentation of The Hope Center’s mission and a tour of their new facility. The Hope Center provides resources such as meals, showers, laundry and other services to the homeless on a daily basis. It is fortuitous for NHC AAUW that 19th September happens to be The Hope Center’s grand opening and ribbon cutting day! Carpooling recommended, suggest that AAUW members meet at the Kroger parking lot at Cypresswood Drive and Champions Forest
Drive (15802 Champions Forest Drive) at 5;30 p.m. Of course, spouses are more than welcome. Please contact Gaile Howland or Caroline Howard if you wish to attend, so they can provide the gate code and further details.
Thursday Oct: 17, 6:30 p.m.
DIANNE GLENN: THE MEMORY TREE, A PHOTO RESTORATION
AND ORGANIZATION COMPANY
Remember when you actually took photos with a camera and not a phone? See how those faded snaps and negatives from years ago can be brought back to life. Come and hear how your photos can be preserved for years to come, even those old photos that have been damaged and need some restoration. Since entering the field of photography in 1974 Dianne has continued to learn, take on new challenges and hone new skills. These days, Dianne uses her expertise to digitize, copy, create and restore many of the photos you have saved and they in turn can be transformed into your very own Memory Tree.
Thursday Nov.21 ,6:30 p.m.
THE HONORABLE KEVIN ROBERTS: THE OPIOID ADDICTION CRISIS
Mr. Roberts will present an overview on one of today’s key health issues, the misuse of opioid drugs. As we are all aware this is not just a problem in Texas but throughout the U.S. In his role as a former State Representative, Mr. Roberts conducted lengthy research on substance abuse, and as such has extensive knowledge regarding the misuse and addictive properties of both prescription and non-prescription opioid medications. This presentation has been highly recommended by fellow AAUW members.
December NO MEETING
Thursday Jan. 16, 6:30 p.m.
LONESTAR COLLEGE: LIFELONG LEARNING FOR SENIORS
Time to keep our minds alert and active! The Academy for Lifelong Learning is a membership community that offers classes, events and activities for adults age 50 and older. We will hear about the latest classes and seminars that Lonestar College has to offer to senior citizens, some of these classes range from technology, health, financial planning, arts and crafts to genealogy. The speaker will be announced at a later date.
February NO MEETING
Saturday Mar. ??? 10:00 a.m.
NORTH HARRIS COUNTY AAUW TENTH OUTSTANDING WOMENS AWARDS – LUNCHEON AND COMMUNITY GRANTS AWARD
Garden Room at Shirley Acres,
217 Woerner Road, Houston, Texas 77090
Remember come early and shop ‘til you drop
Thursday Mar. 19, 8:30 a.m. -4:00 p.m.
DAY TRIP TO THE BROOKWOOD COMMUNITY
It’s springtime in Texas, the wildflowers are in bloom and it’s time to tour a community that provides educational, spiritual, social and vocational opportunities to adults with disabilities;
buy handcrafted items, beautiful plants and enjoy a delicious lunch. We will hear about the history, challenges and success stories of this educational, residential and entrepreneurial community. . Don’t forget to sign up for the outing when the time comes! A Precinct 4 Bus will provide transportation however, we do need a minimum of 20 people to use the Precinct 4 Bus. The meeting place will be determined at a later date.
Thursday Apr. 16, 6:30 p.m
KATHY WORTHAM, FINANCIAL AND MARKETING DIRECTOR OF WINGS
Come, learn and participate in discussions with WINGS director Kathy Wortham. WINGS is an organization that provides resources and training for incarcerated women looking to rejoin the
workforce. Kathy began serving with WINGS as a volunteer jail chaplain in 2012. Professionally she brings over 30 years of experience in business/organizational development, management,
finance and marketing as well as adult education and to the organization.
Thursday May 21, 6:00 p.m
END OF YEAR BRANCH DINNER AND INSTALLATION OF NEW OFFICERS
13850 Cutten Road, Houston, Texas