Upcoming Events

 Our WCTS annual ART MART will be happening on November 15, 2017 at the general meeting at Cypress Run Golf Club, 2669 Saint Andrews Dr, Tarpon Springs, 34688
Our meeting begins at 11:30, please arrive prior to 11:15.  AT THIS MEETING, HOWEVER, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO COME EARLY TO VIEW OUR ART MART OFFERINGS.  You may come as early as 10:00 and have plenty of time to shop.
Menu for meeting:
Choice of: Beef Tips Forester; Chicken Francoise; Grilled Vegetable Market Salad.  Salad and Dessert are included, plus coffee, tea, water.
Cost:  $20   Please send your reservation to:  WCTS, P.O. Box 1963, Tarpon Springs, FL 34688-1963.  Write on the Envelope “Lunch Reservation” and on your check indicate your meal choice.  Also, members,  in your yearbook on page 45 there is a menu list and you can cut the monthly selection out and include with your check.
ART MART:
The Art Mart is an annual event that was begun 10 years ago for the purpose of helping fund the Mitzi Hunter Art Scholarship program for an outstanding senior art student at Tarpon Springs High School.  Club members bring their arts, photos and crafts and tables are set up, ready for sales.  This is in time for Holiday giving (and for ourselves as well)… included are works of art, jewelry, holiday cards, needle work, decorated dish towels, etc.  These are all high quality items, so you can’t go wrong with any purchase.
Donations Requested:  Monetary donations to the Mitzi Hunter Art Scholarship Program.
CONSERVATION:
MaryAnn Cozzens, our Conservation chair, will have bins for recycling bras, cell phones, eyeglasses.  If you have any of these unused items lying around your house, pleases bring them in for recycling.
The Program for the meeting will be a talk by Sara Liami from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.  This should be very interesting and informative.
Our October Meeting featured a speaker from the United Nations, who gave a PowerPoint presentation and spoke of the problem of Domestic Violence around the world.  Members were encouraged to wear Purple to help bring awareness to the problem of Domestic Violence.
At this meeting, our member, Bonnie Laforme, was honored for celebrating her 50th year as a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs.  Past GFWC Florida President Carole Weaver, presented her with an award, 50 year pin, and a letter from International President Sheila Shea.

Carole Weaver reads a letter from International President Sheila Shea

(R to L) Bonnie Laforme, past GFWC Florida President Carole Weaver, WCTS President Trish Gregory