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The cool, crisp air and the beautiful yellow, orange and red leaves on the trees can only mean one thing \u2013 Fall is finally here! This is my favorite time of year. I love that there are so many outdoor activities for families to do. From apple picking to pumpkin carving and even dressing up as our favorite ghouls and goblins, this month is definitely a time for enjoying our families, making memories and forming new traditions. Our new calendar coordinator, Catherine Moore, has worked hard to include our favorite seasonal outings this month along with some new adventures.
One again, we will be participating in the Fall Hay Day on October 11th. We are looking forward to using our new banner to advertise our club and bring in new members. We need a few volunteers to help man our booth, so please contact Catherine Moore(firstname.lastname@example.org
planting being such a success, we have decided to volunteer to plant another one. We will be bringing much needed shade to the newest play area at Riverside Park. Another exciting activity this month is the MOM\u2019S Club Scrapbook signing. Christine Anderson and Betty Miller worked together on the 2007-2008 scrap book. We hope to see many of you at JJ Biello on October 20th to come see it in person, sign it and help us finish a wonderful keepsake for our club.
Also on the calendar are some of the usual favorites \u2013 like Berry Patch Farms and Hill Crest Orchards. For
those of us that love the excitement that Halloween brings, we can meet at Boo at the Zoo and at the
Woodstock Kid Fest for some yummy candy and fun entertainment. We will also visit The Terrace Senior
Living Community (formerly The Oaks) to participate in the Halloween parade. Lastly, I look forward to
seeing many of you at my favorite mom events - Board Games for Moms, Circle of Friends and Walking Club.
You can visit with old friends or meet someone new; either way it is a great way to connect with each other.
In closing, I want to thank those of you who filled out the MOM\u2019S Club Survey. We hope to use the
productive information to bring about positive change and new ideas that will include members \u2013 old and new.
We, as your board, are always open to suggestions and feedback from you. Please don\u2019t hesitate to let us
know if we can do something better or should try something new. We are here to serve you!
groups? Just contact Julie Kori, the Playgroup Liaison, and she can let you know what age groups currently meet and when and help you find some new playmates for your children. Currently, there are only four active playgroups, so there must be some more members out there to form more playgroups. If you have any questions or are interested in joining a group, please contact Julie Kori at 678-880-1983 email@example.com.
Our secretary, Amy Nelson, sends out weekly tidbits through email to the entire club. There are usually
time-sensitive notices in these emails so please be sure to read them. If you have anything to share with
the entire club please send your message to Amy firstname.lastname@example.org and she'll be sure to get it
share them with Betty Miller as she continues to fill our MOMS Club scrapbook. If possible, please
write carefully the names and what the activity is along with the date (or month) on the back of each photo or
separate sheet of paper. You can give them toBetty personally, email them email@example.com, or mail them
to her at 1508 Willow Bend, Woodstock, GA 30188. Thanks!
Cherokee County Parks & Recreation Department is putting on a Fall Hay Day \u2013 a community fall
festival with craft vendors, local businesses, and kids\u2019 activities. Admission is one unwrapped toy per
family to benefit MUST (Ministries United for Service and Training, Inc.). Our chapter voted to have
business card taped to lollipops to hand out, flyers about our club for more interested moms, and Halloween
Coloring Sheets at our table for kids to enjoy. All you have to do is talk with moms who might want to know a
little bit more about our club. We'll have 2 - 3 members at the booth for each shift so you don't have to worry about
being put on the spot - someone will be there to help you answer any questions (or to chat with during lulls in
traffic). And, we've divided it up into shifts of only 90 minutes, so you'll still have time to enjoy the Hay Day
events with your family:
* 10:30 \u2013 12:00 includes helping set-up
* 12:00 \u2013 1:30
* 1:30 \u2013 3:00 includes helping break down/clean-up (during the last 15 - 30 minutes last year, there
weren't many people left, so it was easy to get wrapped up by 3)
Full sponsorship for one week is $176; for one month $700 and for one year $8,400.
2. Angel Food Ministries: Purchase a $30 box of Angel Food for the House of Hope.
By buying food from first rate suppliers at substantial volume discounts, Angel Food Ministries is able to provide
families with approximately $65 worth of quality nutritious food for $30. Angel Food Ministries does not use out-
of-date food or inferior products. ABOUT THE FOOD: Each month's menu is different and consists of fresh,
frozen and packaged food. Angel Food is purchased from the nation\u2019s top food suppliers. Providing quality,
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