Cedar Creek Civic League holds meeting
Posted by : October 12, 2013| On :
SEVEN POINTS–After a lovely luncheon with 21 attendees at Tavi’s Italian Restaurant in Seven Points, the Cedar Creek Lake Civic League traveled to The Library at Cedar Creek Lake for its first meeting after the summer sabbatical. Nell Alspaw opened with a devotional for the group.
The Inspiration Foundation owner Robyn Wheeler spoke about her life and books “Born Mad” and “104 Ways to Starve Your Anger and Feed Your Soul.” “Born Mad” reflects her diagnosis of Dysthymia Disorder in 2010 at the age of 44 and has received several 5-star reviews on Amazon.
Along with being an author, Wheeler is a Certified Anger Management facilitator and is a reporter for The Monitor newspaper. She is a dedicated speaker to creating awareness of Dysthymia Disorder. After speaking to the club, she opened the floor for questions and answers.
Minutes were read by Noma Parkhouse, treasury report by Cathy English and the projected budget was given by finance chairperson Linda Gallatin. President Susan Thomas presided over the review of the coming year calendar.
The next meeting is set for 1:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28, at The Library at Cedar Creek Lake in Seven Points.