RSVP Montgomery



FEB 14th
Late Night Romance Cruise
Time: 10 pm

FEB 18th
Tales for Tots
Time: 10:30-11 am

FEB 19th
Reflections with Myrna Colley Lee
Time: Reception 5:30, Lecture 6:00 pm

FEB 20th
Officer Training School Graduation
Time: 11:00 am

APR 25th
TroyFest 2015
Time: Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4 pm

MAY 23rd
9th Annual Rev. Dr. A.W. Watkins Memorial Golf Tournament
Time: 7:30 am

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In Motion

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

Do you remember your elementary school days and the clammy hands you would get waiting for your name to be called in P.E. class? The fear in your eyes, on dodgeball day, as you saw that terrifying red ball pummeling towards you at high speed? The pride you felt when you pegged the class bully right in the gut? Well, thanks to WAKA Social Sports (World Adult Kickball Association) those memories don’t have to stay in the past. Montgomery is now home to a co-ed dodgeball league for adults age 21 and up and it’s even better than your P.E. days.... it’s a party on a dodgeball court.

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Connections

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

This was not your typical Monday night dinner, nor did it end in our usual banter. While our group is no stranger to bold and savory characters, we joined together for a tasting at the Vintage Olive in Peppertree Shopping Center to learn how to amp up the usual suspects in any meal.

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Special Feature

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

Let’s face it; homelessness makes many of us uncomfortable. It is easier to pretend it doesn’t exist. Even if we want to help with this epidemic, we often don’t know how or we don’t want to step out of our comfort zone. I want to tell you that I was guilty of that until I met the staff and residents of Friendship Mission.

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The Girls

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

Another year has come and gone and January always tends to be a little quiet with everyone focused on New Year’s resolutions and catching up from the holidays. Lucky for you, there are still several options when it comes to being entertained or getting involved in the community for those of you who aren’t slowing down. Check out our calendar of events and absorb all the great info in this issue, but don’t stop there. Visit our website and sign up for our email blast so you can stay informed of weekly specials, promotions and area happenings.

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Special Feature

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

OPI’s new line, Infinite Shine, is creating a buzz in the nail care industry. This three-step process, starting with a primer and ending with a gloss, gives your nails the shiny look and long lasting benefits of gel polish without the hassle of an LED light or soaking removal. Infinite Shine boasts 30 magnificent colors that are sure to bring a smile to your face and a twinkle to your eye! Here are our five favorite hues.

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Reply Yes

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

Long before the hipster obsession with mustache motifs, people have been fascinated with facial hair. I’m sure in the year 2500 B.C. the phrase “Me man. Me grow beard,” was growled by a dirty, loincloth-clad caveman for all his people to hear, which undoubtedly led to a few shaggy, animal hide-wearing women oohing and aahing in adoration of him. There’s just nothing manlier than facial hair.

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Now Hear This

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

Old churches are beautiful structures to look at and admire, but a little known fact is that they are also great places to record an album. Just ask Davis Nix. The local singer/songwriter has been tucked away inside Zion Episcopal Church in Talbotton, Georgia recording his debut album. Over the years, Nix has worked with countless musicians as a manager, touring musician and concert promoter. It has taken him roughly five years to kick-start his own solo music career.

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