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2021 – Off To A Good Start!

  • 2021 September Events

Amy W hosted this month's Coffee Time event.

Lunch Bunch went to Cedar Park for a delicious meal at Blue Corn Harvest this month.

Caring Hands and Photos With Class co-hosted a tour of the old section of the IOOF Cemetery in Georgetown. Linda Turner, from the Williamson Museum, introduced the group to some of the famous and interesting residents, many of whom helped establish Williamson County, Georgetown and Southwestern University. Later, some had lunch at Laurie's Cafe near the square.

Girlfriends met at Cork & Barrel Craft Kitchen + Microbrewery. The new leaders showed off the new name tags they made.

The Safari group had fun playing Bingo at North Austin Bingo Hall on Research Blvd. Later some met at the DQ for treats.

Third Thursday Bunco kicked off a new season at Patricia's home. Some of our new members have joined the group!

Joyce writes: Eleven lovely ladies from Party of One enjoyed an evening at Kalahari on September 10th. We began with dinner at Sortino’s Pizzeria. The conversation was wonderful, the food okay, and the service was, shall we say, “spotty”. We then moved out to the Almatuli Plaza where the Jo James Band was playing. The evening was comfortably cool with a crescent moon high above us. We had a chance to visit with each other until we moved inside to Redd’s Piano Bar. We were the senior “early birds” but that got us a good table down front. The room filled up as the evening went on. While the evening’s pianist wasn’t the best at handling requests, no one seemed to mind a great deal. One of RRNN’s newest members, Sandi Wealtz, joined us for the evening, and brought her friend Gail with her. It was a pleasure having both there that evening, and Sandi, Gail, and Teresa discovered they were already “neighbors”. They all live within a couple of blocks of each other and enjoyed finding out previously unknown connections they had with each other. A lot of fun things can happen under a crescent moon.

Bobbie Mapp "Skunked 'Em" at Mexican Train Dominoes for Couples this month. Way to go!

The Needle Arts group celebrated their 4th anniversary in style!

Welcome back! We had 41 members and 3 guests at our first meeting of the year. Six new members attended. Luke Ellis of Brookwood In Georgetown presented an overview of the organization and its vision for its future.

Thank you Janene and Billie for hosting the September Board Meeting at Karla's home!

2020 – The Year Of COVID-19

  • 2021 September Events