Monthly Archives: June 2018

Bright Lights (June 2018)

Dressings and blessings United Methodist Women at First United Methodist Church in Kaufman, Texas, host annual “Dressings and Blessings” salad luncheon to raise money for mission. Sorority celebrates “Finer Womanhood” Zeta Phi Beta Sorority in Suffolk, honors United Methodist Women … Continue reading

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How To Use This Issue (June 2018)

Did you know that the month of June has 30 special days? In addition to Father’s Day (June 17) and Juneteenth (June 19), National Cheese Day (June 4), National Red Rose Day (June 12) and Monkey Around Day (June 14) … Continue reading

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From the President (June 2018)

Helping Women Thrive I remember getting $3.25 an hour for my first job in 1991. I remember thinking those first paychecks were awesome! I was able to pay for gas for the third car in our family that the children … Continue reading

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From the Editor (June 2018)

More than once I’ve entered a Starbucks coffee shop, walked by the sign reading “restrooms for customers only,” and used the restroom without making a purchase. The only consequence I suffered was feeling a little guilty. Certainly no law enforcement … Continue reading

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