The Garden Spot
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by Linda Austin – Literacy Council of WILCO hit the “refresh” button at the beginning of 2018. They wanted to raise their profile in the community and broaden their outreach to students and volunteers,
by Pat Donica – Harvest. The very word conjures up warm feelings – thoughts of spending time with friends and neighbors, anticipating the good things that result from careful nurturing. On the lovely fall
by Linda Austin – On Thursday, September 27, about 130 women came together at The Sheraton for the 10th Annual Seeds of Strength luncheon. Cindy Locke,” the outgoing Chair, welcomed a room-full of members,
by Elizabeth McFarland – Earlier this Spring, over a dozen women from Seeds of Strength joined the Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County to pour some sweat into one of the projects our grant
by Barbara Garland – New Seeds of Strength members joined Guiding Circle members on April 12 for an evening session designed to educate the newbies about the SoS mission and what the organization has
by Barbara Garland – As eight Seeds of Strength members gathered for a site visit at the Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center in early April, they were greeted by stark, black silhouette cutouts of
by Martha Lawlor – Sooner or later, all of us will have to deal with memory loss issues, possibly for other family members, if not for ourselves. Different options are available in our community.
by Linda Austin – On February 13, Seeds of Strength members and their guests gathered at the historic Williamson County Courthouse for this year’s Wine, Women, Chocolate and Giving social. When the ladies arrived,
by Barbara Garland – When our Seeds of Strength members and guests convened at Ride on Center for Kids (ROCK) on a cold Friday morning, we were met by a smiling Karah Ricketts, the