Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Glade Sun

February 25, 2014

Ladies Club meets March 5

CROSSVILLE — Think spring. It’s almost here. The Fairfield Glade Ladies Club has a wonderful program and luncheon planned for its members March 5 at the Fairfield Glade Community and Conference Center. Doors will open at 10 a.m., and members should take their seats by 11 a.m. for the business meeting. Following the meeting, lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m.

Good news: This month, the luncheon will include three meal choices — in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, members will be treated to a delicious lunch of corned beef and cabbage, rolls and a special dessert, the new vegetarian meal or a heart healthy salad. There’s something for everyone to enjoy. The price for the meal is $13.

The program committee has put together an informative program titled “Gems and Treasures of Cumberland County.” Ed Camera from CoLinx, Rob Harrison from Plateau Properties and Vicki Vadan for the Homestead Tower will enlighten them to all the wonderful things available in Cumberland County.

The honored veteran for the month is Bob Johnston, commander of the Korean War Veteran’s Association, Plateau Chapter 297. Club President Viva Bosland has invited Becky Price to give the invocation.

The service project of the month benefits the Bread of Life Rescue Mission, a most worthy cause that helps those in need. The service committee requests contributions of bath towels, linens for the shelter rooms, cleaning supplies and toilet paper. Please find it in your hearts to donate a couple of items. They are well appreciated.

Don’t forget to get tickets for the fashion show, which will be April 2. Tickets can be obtained at the meeting for $25. It is one of their most enjoyable and well-attended events.

Also, be sure to come and hear all about the new trips being offered by the Ladies Club travel. You’ll be delighted by all the new offerings.

Keep in mind that call-in day for the luncheon is Wednesday, Feb. 26. To make a reservation, either call 210-0067 between the hours of 8 and 10 a.m. only or email ffglcreservations@yahoo.com any time, day or night before 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 26, with the names in your party. Please include your telephone number and special lunch requests. A confirmation email will be sent. Cancellations need to be made by Friday, Feb. 28, or you will be responsible for the price of the meal ($13). Payment for no-shows can be made by sending a check to the treasurer. For more info about all the club has to offer, visit their website at ffgladiesclub.org.

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