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‘Power of Home’ event launches in Sisters

The 2020 focus for the Women’s Ministry of Sisters Community Church is “Girlfriends Connecting,” aimed at providing quality programs for women to connect with one another and build relationships in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. Local author Nancie Carmichael is the keynote speaker for the inaugural brunch event, “The Power of Home,” on Saturday, March 21, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Fireside Room at Sisters Community Church.

The event is free, open to all women, and will include three demonstrations: “Organizing with Nancie,” led by Nancie Carmichael, drawing on information from her recently published book “The Unexpected Power of Home”; “Decorating with Cookie,” led by Cookie Kutz, focusing on accessorizing one’s home; and “Cooking with Kelly & Carol,” where Carol Hodges will coach Kelly Bither through making a fool-proof pie crust.

Reservations may be made by calling Carol Hodges at 480-390-3638.

Nancie Carmichael has been involved in writing and publishing for many years, including Virtue Magazine, along with her husband, Bill. Nancie’s many books include “Lord, Bless My Child”; “Selah”; and “Surviving One Bad Year.” Nancie and Bill make their home in Sisters, and have five married children and 14 grandchildren.


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