When:
October 21, 2017 @ 10:00 am
2017-10-21T10:00:00-05:00
2017-10-21T10:15:00-05:00
Where:
Unity Little Rock
2610 Reservoir Rd
Little Rock, AR 72227
USA
Contact:
Unity of Little Rock
501 225 2719
Women of Wisdom will be knitting and crocheting hats for the children at the Arkansas Children’s Hospital on October 21. We have decided to invite the men of our community to join us in our outreach project! Cathy Hardy will be providing lessons, yarn and some crochet hooks. If you happen to have size G or H crochet hooks please bring them. Cathy says she is up for the challenge!!
Coffee and conversation at 9:30, crocheting and knitting 10-noon.

Please join Jeanne Bailey at Unity of Little Rock for Women of Wisdom.

This group will meet the third Saturday of every month from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, with refreshments, social gathering beginning at 9:30 am.

This is a great opportunity for women of all ages to come together in the spirit of communion to celebrate each other, to learn from each other, to share, to care, to love and encourage one another.

Each month there will be a different presentation by a fellow WOW participant or from an invited guest or guests. The topics will range from the practical to the spiritual. You can also look forward to an annual retreat as planned and executed by group participants.

jeannieJeanne Bailey hails from the Detroit, MI area. She has a bachelor’s degree from Madonna University in Livonia, MI in Sign Language Studies and worked for over thirty years as an educational sign language interpreter for Dearborn Public Schools. In October, 2015, Jeanne retired and moved to the Little Rock area to be near her daughter Chelsea and son-in-law Ryan who were expecting their first child. (Carter Noah Cameron b. Nov. 19, 2015).

Jeanne has two other children in addition to Chelsea, Ryan (deceased) and Andrew who moved down to Little Rock in June, 2016 along with her husband Tam (Andrews).

Jeanne has been a part of the Unity experience going on twenty years and during that span has been involved in the planning and execution of women’s groups at two different congregations. It is with that and the joyful memories of past participation that Jeanne wishes to bring the same (or better) experience to Unity of Little Rock.