Monday, July 7, 2008

Let's Go Fly a Kite!

Here are some shots of me with my friends Lynda and Karen, looking silly posing to get a good shot for a newspaper ad to publicize this event. The kite really was stuck in the tree...but we "tried" to get it that way!

(For you bloggers who live in Utah!)

Mothers of all ages are invited! We hope you will all reserve Thursday, July 10, from 12 - 2 p.m. and join us at the Maddox Lodge in Brigham City for a special American Mothers of Utah summer luncheon:
"Let's Go Fly a Kite!"
In addition to a delicious lunch ("with a spoonful of sugar"), we are delighted to have as our special guest speaker, Karen Ashton! Karen is the wife of Word Perfect founder, Alan Ashton, the mother of 11 children and grandmother to 41! She is a co-founder of Thanksgiving Point and the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival. She is a an entertaining speaker and will be just the thing to "raise your spirits" when the heat of summer hits!

Everyone is invited to attend...feel free to bring your friends, mother, sisters and daughters for a special afternoon that will leave you "flying high" back home!

I know this is late notice and we have had a great response to this with already over 130 women registered! But since there are a few spots still available, I wanted to let you know! So if you want to attend there is still time! Just leave me a comment TODAY (tomorrow at the latest!) and I will reserve a spot for you. You will pay at the door, but please don't reserve a spot unless you are for sure attending as we are now limited on the availability of seats.

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deb said...


deb said...

Oops! Not sure what I did!

Cute photos! Wish I lived nearby and I would be there. It sounds so wonderful. Maybe you can do a post on what Karen Ashton talks about???????

Yvonne said...

Looks like a great event. Hope there is a great turnout.

Mel said...

awwww! I wanna go!!! I sure miss those fun events with all of my good friends! Hope you have a great time together.

Carol said...

Looks like fun, if only Utah were closer to England.

Nancy Face said...

Cute pictures! It sounds so fun! :)


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