RSVP Montgomery

From The Girls - July/August 2017


With the summer in full swing, you might find yourself falling into monotony. While a typical routine can seem enough for you, do not fool yourself. Hopefully this issue will give you some opportunities to try new activities around the River Region. Be sure to check out our In Motion portion on Fly Aerial Studios. It is a great way to add some flair to your workout routine. Next, flip over to Reply Yes for some inspiration on all the hot sunglass trends. Immerse yourself in Montgomery’s nonprofit scene by learning about the Family Sunshine Center’s campaign, 100 Women Strong. The ambassadors of this campaign are giving their full support, energy, and resources to bringing a greater awareness to the Family Sunshine Center’s mission.

All of the change happening around Montgomery unfortunately lends itself to some hard goodbyes. Artistic Director Geoffrey Sherman has retired after serving the last 13 years of his career at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. He will be missed.

Here at RSVP, we have seen our fair share of change as well. Our editor Peyton Flowers has added a new member to our team with the birth of her son, Rhettman Steele. We have all worked hard to fill her void while she spends time at home with her sweet baby boy. Special thanks to Catherine Calligas who is serving as editor during her absence, and interns Charley Bond and Anna Shay Wasden who have gone above and beyond their daily tasks to help pull this issue together.

Be sure to check our calendar of events and get involved in all our wonderful city has to offer.

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