"Pleasures Forever More" is the theme for the April 20 monthly meeting of the Cumberland Plateau Women's Connection, to be held at noon at the Legends of Druid Hills in Fairfield Glade. The featured speaker is Rebecca Hill Jones, director of Senior Perspectives, part of the Cumberland Medical Center. Senior Perspectives is a safe and informative place in Cumberland County for seniors to go when they find themselves in unexpected life-changing situations. Jones will share how moving, illness, injury or the loss of a loved one, can complicate life for seniors.

Joan Britton of Fairfield Glade will be the inspirational speaker as she talks about "finding pleasures forevermore" in all lifestyles. Britton's extensive traveling experiences make her speaking come alive. She will share how pleasures are not just for today but forever more! Accompanying Britton will be her husband, Skip, who has entertained Women's Connection Club in the past with his wonderful a cappella singing.

Carolyn Schroeder will be happy to receive your reservation. Please call her at 484-9556 or e-mail her at gobluenbuckeyes@multipro.com by noon, Monday, April 17. The luncheon cost is $10, all inclusive. Make checks payable to CPWC (Cumberland Plateau Women's Connection). The club is responsible for each reservation, so please honor your reservation, give to a friend or cancel by noon, Monday, April 17. Free child care will be provided. Bring your child a sack lunch.

The meal for the April 20 meeting at the Legends will be croissant with chicken salad, slaw and fruit, coffee or tea. A heart-smart meal will also be available.

Chris Kraft will host the Prayer Connection meeting at her home on April 13. Call Kraft at 456-9855 for directions.

The Cumberland Plateau Women's Connection, a non-denominational club, is affiliated with Stonecroft Ministries of Kansas City, Missouri. Dale Perrigan, M.D., Crossville Gynecology Associates, P.C., is the club's local sponsor.

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