The Just Older Youth Club
Wayne Eppley, President
Fairley Cameron, Vice President
Billy & Nancy Deaton, Co-Treasurer
Lee Bridges, Recording Secretary
ABOUT OUR JOY CLUB !
Our JOY Club was formed on January 5, 2002, to promote and provide opportunities for adults (50 years old and older) to participate in wholesome-social recreation, church-related activities and mission projects of special interest to seniors. Our club meets in the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church, Gastonia, NC, the first Tuesday of each month, September through May. Our meetings begin at 10:30 am and adjourn near 12:15 pm. At our meetings, after attending to brief Club matters, programs of interest, including music and education, are provided by invited program providers. We enjoy delightful meals together after which we adjourn. Membership dues are nine dollars ($9.00) for the club's program year plus one dollar ($1.00) for special ministries. For first-time members who join during the club year, dues are prorated at one-dollar ($1.00) per month for the month joined and the remainder of the club year plus one dollar ($1.00) for special ministries.
PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2014
Pianist, soloist, piano teacher, and performer, Deborah Coomer, now residing in Lenoir, NC, with her husband, two dogs, and cats, began her piano-music career at age twelve. During the development of her musical skills, she studied with different instructors, and played for church services. Deborah has recorded two Christmas CD’s with the band, Childlight. Currently, she ministers to residents of senior-living facilities through performances of musical selections including music from the 1920’s to modern days, standards, classics, romantic WWII ballads, and beloved hymns.
Menu for Tuesday, December 2:
Roast Beef, Broccoli Casserole, Scolloped Potatoes,
Pear Salad, Buttermilk Biscuits, Margarine,
Million Dollar Pie, Iced Tea & Coffee.
Ministry Theme for December 2, 2014
To be delivered to Gastonia's Salvation Army, Club members are asked to purchase toys
with prices not to exceed five dollars ($5.00). Toys, which are to be new and unwrapped,
should be brought to the Club meeting on December 2.
A bountiful, Thanksgiving meal will be provided to a needy family so designated by
Social Services. To defray the expense of this effort, Club members, at our Club meetingA
on November 4, are asked to make a suggested contribution of one-dp;ar ($1.00) each.