The AEDC Woman’s Club start off the New Year with a meeting Thursday, Jan. 9, that will welcome Crimson Rose Sugg, an independent filmmaker, who has worked on several award-winning films including “Summer of 67.
Sugg has worked as director, actor, and numerous other roles in films. Crimson Rose Production is her independent production company, and it is her desire to produce wholesome entertainment that upholds truth and goodness.
Table donations will go Haven of Hope of Manchester.
The Dec. 5 meeting featured Christmas music, provided by the musical group ARISTOcats from Tullahoma High School directed by Dr. Gary Wilson. Members and guests enjoyed shopping at the Christmas Boutique. Jenni Roberts, Liaison with the base, collected cookies which the members had baked and will be given to the military. In keeping with past tradition, members brought unwrapped toys for tots which were collected by Assistant Chief Kenneth Pearson from the Tullahoma Fire Department.
The women of the AEDC Woman’s Club invites the public to attend the meeting held at Arnold Lakeside Club. No military connections or be involvement with the base necessary. For information about the AEDC Woman’s Club, contact Anne Rinderer, membership chairman, at 248-872-7923.
The social hour of the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. at the Lakeside Club, with the business meeting and program at 10 a.m..