An “inspiration” in herself, Amy Phillips has been invited by the churchwomen of Christ Episcopal Church in Jefferson to headline its annual Community Inspirational Luncheon this month. She will be the guest speaker for the annual luncheon.
Amy Phillips, proud mother of two and grandmother of eight, is a retired secondary math teacher from Texarkana who has lived in Jefferson since 2009. She fills her leisure time with Christian activities like church choir and a Bible Study Fellowship, along with gardening and visiting with her family; son Robert, an Army helicopter pilot in Alaska, and daughter Megan, married to an Army lieutenant colonel, living in North Carolina.
The free event is calendared for 11:45 a.m., Thursday, March 30, at the Christ Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 703 S. Main.
In a tradition begun over 25 years ago, homemade salads, bread, dessert and beverage are served informally in a format designed to allow working women to participate fully.
Although not required, reservations are requested in order to assure sufficient food and table settings. Call Lynda Schelling, ECW president,at 903 665- 7872; Penny Van Dyne, 903 578-2279, or Fran Rounds 903 665-3635.
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