17 EPWC members decorated the All Around Town Trolley in bright, patriotic colors and then hopped on board to play loud and proud kazoo music all along the Eagle Point 4th of July parade route. It was lots of fun, a beautiful day and a large crowd lining the streets to cheer us all on.… Read More.
Eight of us went for a walk/sometimes hike at TouVelle Park, complete with a few dogs. We all enjoyed the warm but not too hot weather along the river, perfect for walking, chatting and exploring. Already looking forward to July!
This was the first time that Culinary Arts hosted a lunch at two different homes to accomodate our growing group numbers. The menu was identical at each lunch and eleven people attended at each home. Janice Kabel and Jackie O’Neil co-hosted at Janice’s home and Viki Brown and Linda Haynsworth-Kruger co-hosted at Viki’s home. Several… Read More.
Eight women hiked five miles along the Rogue River to Takelma Gorge on June 21, 2019. Spectacular scenery, blue-sky weather, wildflowers and tricky trail-blazing to detour a section of missing trail. Our members took their conservation efforts an extra step and rescued two mosquitos trapped in our car.
Bunco was at Cathleen Callahan home. We all had a great time. Most Wins: Julie Van het Reve Most Bunco: Ida Tolmie & Wilma Hamilton Last Bunco: Helen Hensley Low Score: Shirley Brick Next Bunco will be at Judy Martin home on 7/10/19.
Members of the Book Group met at the home of Betty Kennedy to discuss "The Tattooist of Auschwitz", a novel by Australian author Heather Morris. The novel is based on a true story as told to the author by a Slovakian Jew of his experiences as a prisoner of Auschwitz-Birkenau during the Holocaust. He related… Read More.
On June 11, the knitting group braved the heat and knitted outside. That probably won't happen again until September/October. Annette finished the blanket for her couch, looking forward to cooler temps.
On June 4th, 23 ladies and 3 of their husbands had a fantastic outing on 3 patio boats cruising around Lost Creek Lake. It was one for the records. The weather was absolutely perfect. But this was not just a boat cruise. Our planner extraordinaire, Annette Godfrey, had goodie bags for all of us and… Read More.
The Knotty Ladies recently took a field trip to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center. EPWC’s own Annette Godfrey, a registered nurse who works in that unit, led the tour which included an in-depth look at the amazing equipment used in transporting and caring for these tiny babies. Annette… Read More.