Christmas Celebrated at Moms & More
An Old Fashioned Christmas was the theme at December’s Moms & More luncheon at Williams Baptist College. Approximately 60 ladies attended the event Dec. 8 in the Moody Room of WBC’s Mabee-Gwinup Cafeteria.
The message was a story by Patricia Polacco titled An Orange for Frankie, read by Carol Belford-Lewallen of Pocahontas. A quintet consisting of Judy Katrosh, Debbie Scott, Lawana Watson, Pam Meridith, and Kathy Evans began the program by singing Christmas carols a cappella.
The event is coordinated by Williams Registrar Tonya Bolton, who organizes six Moms & More luncheons each year.
"Mom is the heart of the home, and if Mom can be encouraged and strengthened in her faith, then the family, especially the children, have the opportunity to experience a loving, safe, Christian home environment," Bolton said.
She also noted that the programs are designed to appeal to all women, not just mothers. "Most women are extremely busy trying to juggle work, studies, children, husbands, and managing a home. We long for ‘me’ time when we can find it, and if it is accompanied by food and laughter, that makes the little break much more enjoyable," she said.
The next Moms & More will be February 9. Lunch is provided at no cost, but those attending are asked to RSVP at least a week before the event at (870) 759-4130 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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