Trista Poland, who teaches at Park City Elementary School, was the winner of a ravishing silver tray Thursday night time when she was certainly one of 4 new members who joined Glasgow Business & Professional Women throughout their annual membership drive. Other new members who have been welcomed into the membership have been Denise Billingsley, administrator at NHC, Teresa Garmon who works for the Glasgow Board of Education, and Treva Shirley from T.J. Samson Community Hospital.
Other friends and potential members current have been Autumn Chambers who has a images studio on the Glasgow sq. generally known as Photography by Autumn; Jennifer Arbogast, captain for the Glasgow Police Department; Ashley Jones, detective for the Glasgow Police Department; Amy Allen, principal of Glasgow High School; and Debbie Logsdon who works for Dr. South, the visitor speaker. Tonya Johnson with T.J. Samson Community Hospital was welcomed as a new member who joined just lately.
President Nancy Steele referred to as the assembly to order. Kathy Carrico led the pledge to the flag and the membership gather. Becky Barrick advised about her introduction to B&PW after which provided thanks for our meals. Dinner was catered by the Fine Arts Bistro.
Dr. Christy South, OB/GYN with Graves Gilbert Clinic, gave an informative presentation on women’s health issues which included an progressive new process referred to as the Mona Lisa Touch.
President Steele gave an summary of a typical month-to-month assembly after which carried out the enterprise for the night. Activities that hold members busy embrace the upcoming Arts, Crafts, and Gifts Fair scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23 in downtown Glasgow. Other deliberate actions for the approaching yr embrace the annual fall bean soup fund-raiser, scholarships for non-traditional college students at Western Kentucky University, and the spring Women’s Health Conference in cooperation with T.J. Samson Community Hospital.
If you have an interest in visiting with this lively group of working women, contact President Steele at 270-670-8738 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make reservations for the October assembly.