Gallatin Mayor, Paige Brown speaks at November Luncheon

Our November speaker, Paige Brown, gave us a very interesting “State of the City.” Her presentation was particularly interesting as so many of our members live in Gallatin. Appropriate to both to the upcoming Veteran’s Day and Mayor Brown’s commitment to it, this month’s charity is Wreaths Across America. Mayor Brown will take our donation …

Garlands & Glitter 2017 is in the books…

What a lovely evening! The Fifth Annual Garlands & Glitter Fashion Show was Magical! The reviews are in and all agree, it was a huge success. We’d like to thank all those who made the evening a memorable special event. So many to thank that we’re posting the evenings program and appreciate the support!  Please take …

Eddie Hand was Inspirational Speaker

Elvis Presley’s little cousin was the toast of our October luncheon. Edie Hand delivered an inspirational talk about life’s ups and downs and how to stay the course. Her foundation, The Edie Hand Foundation, which supports St. Judes was the beneficiary of this month’s money tree.

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Newcomers greets new neighbors at Taste of Hendersonville

Thanks to TofH committee chair, Joan Blanich, Newcomers enjoyed a successful first venture at the Taste of Hendersonville on the Streets of Indian Lake. Joan and her volunteers passed out fans to interested people and gathered a whole page of potential new members! It was a lovely evening and Newcomers was well represented in our …

Taste of Hendersonville this Thursday

Taste of Hendersonville will begin at 5pm on September 28th at the Streets of Indian Lake. There will be live music and special performances by the Cedarstone School of Music. The “Battle of the Brews” competition will highlight new, local breweries. Seventy (70) vendors will be there with a wide variety of goods and food …

Lynda Evjen and Hananh Grubbs

The first luncheon of our 2017 ~ 2018 season is in the books

We celebrated both August and September birthdays due to our summer break. The smaller group are August birthday and the medium size group are the September birthdays including this month’s charity representative, Hannah Grubbs. The large group is everyone… why not? Speaking of Hannah, she got a standing ovation after informing us of her charity, …

Dr. Wm Teets will speak at Newcomers September Luncheon

September Luncheon begins new season of Newcomers

Lynda Evjen, our vice president, does the lion’s share of the work with securing our speakers for the luncheons and has arranged an interesting and timely speaker for September. Coming on the heels of our exciting opportunity to view a total solar eclipse, Dr. William Teets will be thought provoking and entertaining. Please plan to …

Newcomers Heads to Cheekwood

On Wednesday, August 23, A group of friends from Newcomers headed to Cheekwood Botanical Gardens for lunch and a tour of the Dressing Downton Exhibit. It was fantastic! The exhibit will end on September 10. So there is still time for folks to see this exhibit. Tickets can be purchased, online, through the Cheekwood website. …

Joan Blanich

Total Eclipse of the Sun!

Coffee Connection turned into a truly “Out of this World” experience at Joan Blanich’s home! Joan’s home was turned into Eclipse Headquarters. If you have more eclipse photos you would like to share, email them to Newcomers.Art@gmail.com and we’ll post! Photos of Joan’s Eclipse decorations and all the wonderful food and guests would be appreciated. …

It’s Christmas in July!

Christmas is a very busy time of the year and Newcomers loves celebrating. Sometimes, though, not everyone can make it to the luncheon and others of us just love Christmas so much that celebrating it in July as well as in December is just the thing to do!