You don’t need to make a reservation to attend a meeting of the OWLs senior group of Reformation. Just show up! Sometimes, a few minutes before the meeting is due to begin, the only ones present are the five members of the steering committee. Then, the doors open and folks start pouring in! That happened in March when 21 people came to hear Kimberly Bove speak about the advantages of living at Plush Mills. Anyone who wishes to learn more about this can speak to a committee member to find out how to contact Kim and set up a personal visit.
The OWLs’s April program will be about—-OWLs! Pam Dimeler, wildlife photographer and nature enthusiast, will present a power point talk about her personal experiences with the Snowy Owl at our meeting on Monday, April 9, at 12:30. Lunch and fellowship follows the devotion by Mary Shook. Free will offering covers costs. Come and bring a friend to what is expected to be an engaging and informative program!