Claire Smith will facilitate our December meeting. An idea sprung to mind about how to implement last month's suggestion that we each bring a Christmas memory to share. She will bring a box full of odds and ends and, from it, we will elicit Christmas "memories." THAT will be a challenge! But there is also tremendous potential for fun in this.
She also wants to have a timed writing with the catch phrase, "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear," so you can give this some thought before the meeting. The only requirement is that you don't put anything on paper until it's time.
In keeping with our tradition, everyone is asked to bring Christmas goodies to share for refreshments.
We'll also take volunteers for leaders to handle meeting facilitation and refreshments for 2017, so you might want to bring your calendars.
The church has need of Tunnell Hall by 11:45 and has asked us to wrap up our meeting early, so we'll aim to close the meeting at 11:30, allowing fifteen minutes for clean-up. The agenda will be: Welcome. Prayer. Christmas box. Break. Timed writing. Home. Hope you can join us!
TWO BOOK SIGNINGS on Sunday, December 18! Please see our member spotlight page for information about two book signings that will take place the day after our meeting, featuring Delmarva Christian Writers' Fellowship members Judi Folmsbee (Preposterous Pebbles) at Perfect Misfits in Georgetown and Wilma Caraway (Kids' Talk: Priceless!) at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth.
Also, please congratulate Mary Emma Tisinger on her successful book launch last Sunday at Calvary Assembly of God. She gave a stirring talk, and Through the Falling Leaves was warmly received.