The Constitution and By-Laws Committee, headed by Suzanne Smith, with Sandra Curtis, Rita Edens, Clara Hickerson, Joan Summitt, Arlene Stewart, and Charlotte VanBuskirk as committee members will present a fascinating program on Feb. 5.
World travelers Sandra Curtis and Arliss Watson will present an entrancing program on their travels to Japan, highlighting places they visited such as Tokyo, Hiroshima, and Kyoto to name a few cities. Their program will include a slideshow as well as their interesting narrative about their trip.
Sandra and Arliss have presented travel programs in the past of the places they have visited which has always brought enjoyment to members and their guests.
Please make your reservations or cancellations by Monday, Feb. 3 by calling Kinsloe House at 903-874-5791 or emailing thekinsloehouse@ yahoo.com.
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