A Word from your President

Bloom where you're planted in Sweet Home Alabama

As I sit here and reflect on our year, I am in awe of everything our board and volunteers have accomplished.  Good Deeds: We have had many good deeds this year.  To name a few...Wreaths Across America, the Masquerade Gala, The Vine and Dine at the Ledges, and the Pineapple Open.  Fern, Michelle, Kristina, and Tonya have been incredible with their can do attitudes that make all these events happen.  Each event raised monies to contribute directly to our merit award scholarships and our community grants as well as supporting our operating funds. I would be remiss if I left out all of our efforts to support our community programs which included donating to these programs at our monthly luncheons. Thank you to Sue and Cecily for taking the lead on this effort every month. Of course we all had Good Times while doing these and many other activities.  Lyssa and her activity groups had good times every month from reading with the ChickLits to Kayaking with the Adventurers and more.  Melanie planned some remarkable lunches this year with great speakers and events.  Who could forget our Bunco, Bingo and Trivia fun!  What about William Hampton in February at our Huntsville Revisited luncheon? But really, the Good Friends that have been made along the way make me smile.  IT makes me want to stay rooted in my community and bloom where I am planted.  As we prepare for the summer and begin our transition to our new RSAMCC year, I want to give a shout out to our board as many of them work full time and still stay committed to our organization.  Thank you for your support to RSAMCC and our community. Have a sage and fun summer and we will see your in August.  

"May your life be like a wildflower, growing freely in the beauty and joy of each day"   - Native American Proverb

Good Deeds, Good Times and Good Friends

Your ever bloomin' president


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