Madison County Retired Teachers Unit 2
The next meeting of Madison County Retired Teachers Unit 2 will be on Tuesday, June 2 in the LeClaire Room at the N. O. Nelson Campus in Edwardsville. Please note that this meeting is on the first Tuesday of June. Madison County Retired Teachers welcomes all retired educators or those interested in education to join our organization and attend our meetings.
The program will be a presentation by Barbara Kay as she portrays Betsy Ross. She will help us celebrate Flag Day. Kay makes history come alive.
Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m., with the meeting beginning at 11 and lunch at 11:30. The cost of the lunch buffet provided by Bella Milano will be $16 payable when you register. Reservations should be made by Thursday, May 28. To make reservations or for more information, contact Mary at (618) 656-8655.
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Highland League of Writers
The Highland League of Writers will meet from 6 to 9 p.m. on June 1 in meeting room No. 2 at the Korte Recreation Center in Highland. Anyone interested in writing is invited to attend. You can come just to hear member readings, or read your own words for a friendly critique. There are no dues, fees or assigned topics. Meetings are normally the first and third Monday each month. For additional information contact Chuck Schwend at (618) 887-4797 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the club at www.charlesbschwend.com/the-highland-league-of-writers/.
Highland Garden Club
The Highland Garden Club will meet Thursday, May 28 at the Korte Recreation Center in upstairs meeting rooms 2 and 3 beginning at 7 p.m. The program will be “Create Your Own Unique Fairy Garden.” Garden Club members and anyone else interested are invited and encouraged to attend.
The Highland Garden Club meets monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month. Meetings are held at various venues and will be announced in the local newspaper. The mission of the club is: “To plant the seeds of knowledge, cultivate friendships, grow in our appreciation of nature, harvest ideas, and preserve the beauty of our community.” Anyone interested in learning more about the Garden Club should call club president Kathy Moore at 654-3579.