SEPTEMBER  
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
New Member Coffee
Bedford Library

Thursday, September 28, 2016  11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Light Luncheon & Business Meeting
Fellowship Hall, Bedford Presbyterian Church
This is a MEMBERS ONLY business meeting (existing and new active members) where the year’s activities will be finalized and yearbooks distributed.

OCTOBER
Thursday, October 26, 2017 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Light Luncheon and Program
Fellowship Hall, Bedford Presbyterian Church
“You Know You’re in New Hampshire When…” 

John Clayton
 

John Clayton is the Executive Director of the Manchester Historic

Association and Millyard Museum.  He previously spent 25 years

as a reporter and popular columnist for the New Hampshire Union

Leader, and is the author of seven books about Manchester and New

Hampshire.  Clayton’s “In the City” column was a fixture on the

front page of the Union Leader for more than 20 years and won numerous

awards.  Clayton also received an Emmy Award for his work with New

Hampshire Public Television where he was the long-time host of

“New Hampshire Crossroads.”  His program will focus on distinctive

elements in our state.

 


 NOVEMBER
Thursday, November 16, 2017  11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Light Luncheon and Program
Fellowship Hall, Bedford Presbyterian Church
“Meeting the Needs of a Changing Lifestyle”
Paula Whittier

 

Paula Whittier, a senior-living dementia-placement expert, has found

memory care housing and home assistance for over 700 families. 

Her goal and specialty is to help families find a memory care solution

which is unique to their specific needs. 
With over 12 years’ experience in southern NH senior care and services,

Paula brings perspective and knowledge to raise awareness and help

navigate the complex issues associated with cognitive impairment.

By providing information about the signs of dementia, when to seek

help, available resources and where to find them, listeners may gain

more of an understanding of this ongoing health issue.

 


DECEMBER
 Thursday, December 7, 2016  11:30-2:30 pm
HOLLY LUNCHEON
​Bedford Village Inn
 
JANUARY
Thursday, January 25,2018  11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Light Luncheon and Program

Fellowship Hall, Bedford Presbyterian Church
"Exploring a Century of Music Through the Decades"
Scott Andrews
 

Get ready for an informative and interactive performance with piano and

voice.  Scott has been entertaining audiences over the past 40 years in

New England and throughout the country.  He claims that some of his

more memorable performances have been for birthday parties, in

particular, the celebrations for ages 105 and 108!  Let’s kick off the

first meeting of the New Year on a musical note!


FEBRUARY
Thursday, February 22, 2018 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Light Luncheon and Program
Fellowship Hall, Bedford Presbyterian Church
"Light on a Dusty Path/Experience on the Mercy Ships"
Katie Blackadar, R.N.
 

Katie Blackadar, RN, will speak about her 10 month volunteer

experience on the Africa Mercy which was docked in Madagascar.

She will show a video outlining one patient’s story and describe

different kinds of operations performed on the ship such as tumor

removals, facial surgeries, and correction of club feet to name a

few.  The number of people needing medical assistance and

surgeries is staggering.  Katie lived in an onboard cabin with

five other volunteers and worked in out-patient care on the ship,

tending to the needs of post-op patients.  Katie’s experience

was very positive, and not only did the Mercy Ship experience

inspire her and renew  her dedication to nursing, it is also

something she would like to volunteer for again.

 

Volunteers pay their own way and for all their living expenses,

so this is truly a giving experience for the hundreds of

men and women from all over the world who provide their

expertise, love, and dedication to others.


MARCH
Thursday, March 22, 2017  11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Light Luncheon and Program
Fellowship Hall, Bedford Presbyterian Church
"Victory Gardens During WWII"
Lisa Lutts

 

During this illustrated talk, learn how American housewives were

galvanized into their own war efforts during World War II

revolving around all aspects of food.  Rationing, price controls,

shortages, as well as transportation and production issues

affected how American housewives managed one of the

most fundamental aspects of our lives—our mealtime.  We will

look at how women planted Victory Gardens, canned, dealt

with rationing, cooked with new recipes, and fed their family

the best they could during this difficult time in our nation’s history.

 

On display will be cookbooks and pamphlets from World War II

that helped housewives coped when many of their favorite foods

were not available.

APRIL
Thursday, April 19,2018 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM 
Annual Business Meeting

Fellowship Hall, Bedford Presbyterian Church

MAY
Thursday, May 17, 2018   11:00 AM -3:00 PM

Annual May Luncheon 

Murphy's Taproom, Bedford
Come join the fun and fellowship at the last BWC event of the season.  The annual May luncheon is to be held at Murphy's Tap Room in the Carriage House.  We will have the induction of the new officers and will be entertained by the Profile Chorus.  Bring a friend!  Menu details to be announced.
 

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