Red Hat Society planning annual luncheon
William D. Lewis | The Vindicator
A String of Pearls of the Red Hat Society is preparing for the seventh annual International Red Hat Day luncheon at 10 a.m. on April 17 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Hall. From left are Carol Donnelly, Queen Mum; and committee members, Louise Adams, Juanell Patton and Iva Harrell.
A String of Pearls of the Red Hat Society will present the seventh annual International Red Hat Day luncheon at 10 a.m. April 17 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Hall, 343 Via Mount Carmel.
The entertainment will be provided by hula dancer, Lana Van Auker. There will be raffle baskets, 50-50 raffle, Red Hat vendors and hula hoop and limbo stick contests.
Tickets are $25 per person. Reservations are required by April 11. Call Erma Hart at 330-749-9331.
The goal is to have fun and raise awareness of what the city has to offer.
The Red Hat Society is a worldwide organization offering fun, community and empowerment for passionate, like-minded women who believe in the joys of sisterhood at any age. With their distinctive red hats and purple outfits and nearly 40,000 chapters worldwide, RHS has evolved into a pivotal social movement redefining traditional notions of aging for women approaching 50 and beyond.
Its mission is to connect women around the world and encourage them to have fun together and strengthen relationships. It is a society that celebrates life. Along the way strong bonds are developed, caring friendships and at the same time respect and visibility of women who are entering the next stage of life.