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From page B12 | February 03, 2014 |

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe El Dorado Women’s Luncheon Connection (formerly Shingle Springs Christian Women’s Connection) hosts a monthly luncheon on the second Monday of each month. The meeting and luncheon are at Cold Springs Golf and Country Club, 6500 Clubhouse Drive in Placerville.

This event is an informative, entertaining, social gathering that features a speaker telling a personal and inspiring story plus a presentation on a topic of local interest.

The reasonably priced luncheon starts at 11:30 a.m. and includes door prizes. The gatherings are open to anyone wishing an afternoon of entertainment, good food and friends.

The next lunch is on Monday, Feb. 10.

The featured speaker is John Holloway from Travel Outfitters as part of the “Fun Destinations” topics. He will demonstrate how to pack everything in a carry-on and not need an iron when arriving at the destination point.

The second speaker is Barbara Carr, a preschool teacher, educator and developer of black studies. She is speaking about overcoming depression and standing up to greater accomplishments.

Glory Parsons will provide the musical entertainment.

Cost is $16. Reservations are necessary by Thursday, Feb. 6. To attend call Barbara at 916-806-8057 or JoAn at 530-626-6269 to attend.

The next four luncheons planned are: Monday, March 10 featuring “Fun Destinations,” Star Walker, El Dorado County Senior Center; Monday, April 14 featuring “Ranch of Light,” local outreach for at risk children; Monday, May 12 featuring “Mother Daughter Fashions from Off Broadway and Annieberries;” Monday, June 9 featuring “Foodie Fun with Chef John Sanders of Old Town Grill” in Placerville.

The group is an association of Stonecroft Ministeries, stonecroft.org.

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