Ultramax Triathlon Smithville, Missouri September 25, 2004 General comments Regardless of how this year’s Ultramax turned out for me, it just wouldn’t mean the same as it did last year. Last year’s Ultramax was my first iron-distance finish, giving me the lifelong right to call myself an “Ironman”. It was also held here at the Lake of the Ozarks, giving me a chance to p
Microsoft word - faw september 08.docWelcome back to FAW. I hope that you had anenjoyable summer, but that you thought about FAW now and again and missed it just a littlebit.
The Board members have planned a great new term this year. They have contracted for theluncheons, booked the programs, madearrangements for you to receive the monthly bulletins, printed the Yearbook, geared theAward Committees members for action, started planning the awards Luncheon, checked all thelists and then checked them again. We think thateverything is in order for another great year.
monthly meetings, read the Bulletins, make useof the information in the Yearbook, support theAwards Committees with your participation and contributions, attend and bring guests to theAwards Luncheon and make suggestions and very helpful comments about your ideas andpreferences.
Please make your calendars again for FAW onthe second Wednesday, September thru May.
Bring a friend with you to share the enjoyment “I love Iraq almost as much as I Glad you’re back and I’m looking forward tobeing together September 10.
Betsey Means is a professional actress with over 25 years experience. She iscurrently the Artistic Director of WomanLore: performing women in history. Shehas performed with Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and Shakespeare on theGreen. Favorite roles include the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet, Maria inTwelfth Night; Queen Margaret and the Duchess of York in Richard III,Witch III in Macbeth and Lady Falconbridge in King John. She was seen asMrs. Reed, Mary Ingram and Diane Rivers in Lifeline Theatre’s awardwinning production of Jane Eyre. She is the Storyteller at The FourSeason’s “Storytelling Tea” in Chicago and DuPage Children’s Museum.
Performing on many commercial and industrial voiceovers, she can be heardon Midwest Airlines, Aleve, Ace Hardware and St. John’s Mercy MedicalCenter.
NEEDED … WANTED
Readers for the Adult Literary Awards Committee … Contact Corinne
Morrissey at 312-987-2357 or at 6MORRISS@JMLS.edu
Reasons to join the Adult Literary Awards Committee
Get the news about what the board is doing Be proud to have helped select a winning book, like Water for Elephants
Read many interesting and unusual new titles recommended by the literary wise, The Adult Literary Awards Committee usually meets on the third or fourth Wednesday morning from September through February; schedule is flexible; read, read, read … That Mark your calendars for the Friends of
first luncheon of the 2008-2009 season.
American Writers Annual Awards
It will be so nice to see all our members Luncheon on Wednesday, April 15,
2009, at the Union League of Chicago
To reserve your seating at the Septemberluncheon, call: 588-0911 or Rosemary Crowley at 312-856-0009. Permanent reservations arenot available at this time.
Pat and / or Rosemary can answer anyquestions reservations. Please note: reservations
as well as cancellations are due before
6:00 pm on the Sunday prior to the
luncheon, September 7.
distributed on FAW’s 75th anniversary.
even after she was unable to attendmeetings.
Our September meeting will be held at
Bellevue Place, Chicago.
conversations. She trained several of uson the Board – she taught me the ropesof being president and literary awardschairman.
FAW Yearbooks will be distributed at theSeptember meeting.
copy, look at your information. If there is amistake, please notify Pat Adelberg at 847-588- If you have not paid your dues for the 2008/9 Eileen McNulty
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For more information on the woman featured in today’s program, try one of these books from your library or bookstore. Both are available in Howell, Georgina. Gertrude Bell: Queen of
the Desert, Shaper of Nations (Farrar, Straus
& Giroux, 2008). A well written, well researched thorough biography of the womancalled the “female Lawrence of Arabia.” Wallach, Janet. Desert Queen: The
Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell:
Adventurer, Adviser to Kings, Ally of
Send FAW news, information about members, Lawrence of Arabia (Anchor, 2005). Relying
heavily on letters and diaries of MS Bell, theauthor portrays a “hard traveler, hack for Christine Bern
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