Thursday, May 29, 2008

May Meeting & Contest Details

What a meeting!

Great Friends! Scrumptious Food! Lively Discussion! Plus a Call-In from the author of our book selection, Margaret Cezair-Thompson!!!!

Thank you Honored Queens!

For those who were unable to make the meeting, we missed you and hope you will be able to make our next meeting.


Next meeting will be June 25 at Allison White's house in Sulphur. Food Committee: Lea Durio, Allison White, Marsha Williams and Courtney Huck.

The book selection will be Mermaids in the Basement by Michael Lee West. Reading Guide attached. Allison has invited Tammeka head of the Literacy Council of SW LA to come to our meeting to discuss volunteer opportunities for promoting literacy that are already in place or new ones that she's been waiting for volunteers to help implement.

The group decided to support Literacy by helping our Pulpwood Queen Laurie Cormier bring reading supplies to Nicaragua on her mission trip in July. She will be sending us a list of needed items that we can contribute and bring to our June meeting. Laurie we're behind you!!

Also we will be releasing books into wild next meeting so bring one or more you wish to release!

AND Kathy Patrick has 2 contests running for Girlfriends Weekend, the 3rd weekend in January.

CONTEST for INDIVIDUALS: One free ticket will be drawn from the names of those who give a book review of Kathy's book at or (max 2 entries).


Enter your book club name, story of how your book club got started, what you are reading, contact information, and what you are doing to promote literacy!

One book club will win FREE Pulpwood Queen Packages for ALL Book Club Members to our Annual Pulpwood Queen Girlfriend Weekend 2009, held always the third weekend in January here in East Texas! Please e-mail me all that information at for your chance to win. Contest runs until December 15, 2008. The Book Club Winner will be announced online at and by phone or email.

Registration for Girlfriends Weekend is $150 if paid by August 31. Thereafter it goes up $50 per month until it reaches $350 in January.

More Later