November is the month between fall and winter. Leaves begin to lose their color and fall from the trees. Most all the fields have yielded their crops, and sit waiting for what comes next.
Our first Social of the year was a success. Everyone in attendance enjoyed the evening. We had the opportunity to get to know people better on a one-to-one basis and enjoy good food. Thank you to Paula Mittell and her committee for the enjoyable evening.
An Arts and Creations bow making workshop was held in October and was very popular. Thank you to Marcy Warnick for sharing her talent with us.
If there is anyone that has a special talent, or an artistic skill that you would like to share with the NCGH group, contact Jodie Clements, our Interest Group Chair. She will help you arrange a work-shop. As was obvious with the bow making, many of us appreciate learning a new skill.
Don't forget to check out our Facebook page and "like" us. Take a look at the photos that have been posted to Shutterfly, and check out our website. Connie Walker, Sandy Panagos, and Phil Crocker work hard to keep these electronic data bases updated for our information and pleasure. Please take time to check them out.
Speaking of what comes next – November and December look like they are going to be busy months for NCGH. Be sure to peruse this newsletter for activities in which to participate.
We will be entertaining our newest members with a New Member Coffee on November 7th at the home of the New Best Friend Chair, Patti Mulholland. This get-to-gather will give them a chance to meet the Board and become better acquainted with other ladies that have joined NCGH since April, 2014.
November 11th our General Meeting/Luncheon will be held at the Ledges - featuring Natasha McCreary of 1818 Farms in Mooresville. She will be demonstrating the art of holiday decorating.
We will be "ramping up" for the annual Holiday Dinner Dance scheduled for December 6th at the Redstone Arsenal. Be sure to look in this newsletter for more information. You may sign up at the November Coffee or the Luncheon, or you may contact Paula Mittell. This is an event that we all look forward to each year with anticipation. The theme for this year's event is Holiday Traditions.
The Thanksgiving holiday will be celebrated by many this month. If you are joining family or friends for this special day of food and fellowship, have a wonderful day.
Check out our Tours, and On Stage! events. Join us!