The Denver Women’s Club to meet Nov. 20
The Denver Women’s Club will hold their meeting Nov. 20 at 7 p.m.
The program for the evening will be "Boys of the Civil War." J. Arthur Moore graduated from Jenkintown High School and attended West Chester State College. He joined the Navy and was stationed in Norfolk, Va. After leaving the Navy, J. Arthur Moore moved to Coatesville to begin his career as an educator. He had over 41 years of experience in public, private and independent settings. As an amateur photographer he illustrated his works with his own photographs. J. Arthur Moore wrote "Journey into Darkness," "Summer of Two Worlds," "Heir to Balmawr," a drama for his fifth grade students, a number of short pieces and short stories. His latest work is a short story titled "West to Freedom."
The meeting will be held at Faith United Lutheran Church. Hostesses for the November meeting will be Deb Henly and Kim Rearden. Anna Rose Schannauer will provide devotions. Linda Shelly will provide the head table centerpiece. Hospitality will be provided by Linda Boyer, Sandy Reeder and Sally Wealand. "Sharing the Moment" will be about Year Books and the fruit of the month is cranberries.
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