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University Women of FlaglerThe WAVEVOLUME 16 — 2Newsletterof the UniversityWomen of FlaglerTHE WAVEOctober 2021 Meeting NewsInside this s18Lunch Bunch19Officers20EVENT:UWF General Membership Meeting—in person!DATE:Saturday, October 9, 2021TIME:Meeting will begin at 9:30 AM; doors open at 9:15 AMPLACE:Pine Lakes Golf Club, Palm Coast, FloridaPROGRAM:Dr. Nicki Junkins, immediate Past PresidentTOPIC:League of Women Voters, Volusia CountyCOST: 15.00 ( 16.00, if using “Square” via the UWF website)RSVP:By Thursday, September 30th, 2021 (or asap) to PatRhodes at [email protected]:Please make a reservation for the meeting via email [email protected] your check payable to “UWF” for 15 and mail to:Pat Rhodes35 Riverview Bend, So., #1815Palm Coast, FL 32137If you would like to prepay for the year, the cost would be 130. This wouldinclude the breakfast meetings and the Scholarship Luncheon in May.Please note: The golf club’s invoice to UWF is based on the number ofreservations. If you make a reservation, but cannot attend, pleaseunderstand that your payment is still required. If you prepaid and areunable to attend the meeting, please email or call Pat (386-264-7130) bySeptember 30th, so your reservation payment can be donated to the UWFScholarship Fund.All meeting reservation information is included on both the UWF website andin The WAVE. Looking forward to seeing you at the meeting!

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 2From the PresidentLinda JaegerLinda JaegerWelcome to October!Living here in Central Florida, it is hard to capture the feeling of Autumn, but if you step out early inthe morning you can feel the change in the air. There is coolness, less humidity, and a sense ofcoming alive – features we have been waiting for all summer. Over the past few days as I walkedthe beach, I’ve noted that the number of turtle nests has decreased. This is due to the hatchlingsemerging from their nests and heading out to sea after their two-month incubation period. Somewould say that Autumn is traditionally a season of letting things go. But I would suggest that just asthe turtle hatchlings let go of their nests to begin their lives, Autumn can also be a season ofrenewal and rebirth. Let’s use this time to adopt a fresh new outlook on life and find enjoyment inthe little things.After many months of Zoom meetings, UWF held its first in-person meeting on September 11 at thePine Lakes Golf Club. It was enjoyable to meet with colleagues and to introduce ourselves to ourtable mates during our “ice breaker.” Our Membership Vice Presidents, Trish Le Net and Robin Hall,plan to have a few more “openers” to help us reconnect after so much at-home time. Please join usat our next meeting on October 9 as we welcome guest speaker Nicki Junkins from the League ofWomen Voters.A number of fundraisers to support UWF’s mission of assisting young women reach their educationgoals are now in the works. Susan Wildman is spearheading the Wreaths Across America project;Lynn Foraker & Donna Daly Boggs will order Scrip Gift Cards for you; the Holiday Cash Raffle basedon the Dow Jones closing numbers has begun; and Edda Steinmeier and Pat Rhodes have organizedour Day of Games to be held at the Palm Coast Community Center. Thank you to the volunteerswho make these events possible! Please remember that the leads for these events need yoursupport and participation.UWF will have a tree in the Festival of Trees at the Palm Coast Library beginning November 19 th. Thecommittee has collected photos from UWF events to use as decorations on the tree. This is a newproject for us and will help to bring attention to our organization and its goals. Check out the UWFcalendar for activities and events that will be held throughout the Autumn season.I wish you all a vibrant Autumn, one full of life, new experiences and new knowledge. Let this be atime of rebirth and renewal for each of us.Warm regards,LindaURGENT — You are being called to come to the aid of your organization!UWF is in desperate need of a Treasurer to succeed Toni Donohue. Now is the time to sharethe position with her and benefit from her many years of expertise. This position is vital tothe smooth functioning of UWF. You do not need to be an accountant, just be comfortablewith numbers. You will receive on-the-job training and the support of the entire UWF Board.Contact Linda Jaeger at 631-875-3799 to volunteer or ask questions about the position.

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 3Calendar of Upcoming Activities, Events and FundraisersEventDatesUWF ContactBookmindersMonday, October 11thJane Mealyat 1pm Via ZoomLunch BunchFriday, October 15 at noon atBay Drive Park in Palm CoastEdda SteinmeierSeeking Insights forSolutions (SIS) DiscussionGroupTuesday, October 5thTrish LeNetUWF General MeetingSaturday, October [email protected]:30am at Pine Lakes GolfClub in Palm CoastLinda JaegerDJ’s for PJ’sBring children’s/adult’s newpajamas to the October 9General MeetingLynn ForakerFriday, November 12th atthe Palm Coast CommunityCenter from 9:30—2:30Pat Rhodes andEdda SteinmeierChez JacquelineThursday, November 4thJane MealyFashion ShowWednesday, November 17th(in support of National“Make a Difference Day” onat 12noon via ZoomOctober 23rd)Day of Games5-7pmBelk Charity DaysScrip Gift CardsThursday, October 28th;Friday, October 29th;Saturday, October 30th.Hours on each day:10am toclose.Orders placed the 25th ofeach monthJo DervanLynn Foraker andDonna Daly-BoggsHoliday Cash RaffleTickets available October 1—November 21Linda JaegerWreaths Across AmericaDeadline to order:November 20thSusan Wildman

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 4Get Your Tickets now for DOG Nov. 12th!The time has come for everyone to invite your friends to participate and get your group’s tickets for theDay of Games! Single tickets are also available for those who would like to join a table and make newfriends!We have reserved the big room at the Community Center with lots of space to spread out, enjoydelicious home made food, and just have fun!Your support is needed!To make all this possible, we are in need of volunteers to help set up, take down, serve, and work inthe kitchen. We also need ladies to help by making lasagna, baking breads or desserts.Please don't forget to donate items for our auction baskets and door prizes. You can bring them to theOctober Breakfast or Lunch Bunch. We also offer a pick up service!We will have sign up sheets at the October Breakfast General Meeting, or you can contact :Edda Steinmeier at [email protected] or 386-237-7313Pat Rhodes at [email protected] or 386-264-3893

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The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 9Programs for 2021-2022Pearl Jones and Phyllis Erno, Vice Presidents for ProgramsDateSpeakerTopicOctober 9Dr. Nicki Junkins, immediatePast PresidentThe League of Women VotersNovember 13Beth McKiernanGuardian Ad LitemDecember 11Holiday PartyMatanzas Steele Drum GroupDirector Jared AllenJanuary 8Detective Rosanna Vinci, FlaglerBeach detective and FlaglerCounty Sheriff’s OfficeProtection Against FraudFebruary 12Alicia Vincent/Nicole LucentProject WARMMarch 19Gary PerkinsFamily Life CenterApril 9Joe Woodbury & TeresaDowney, Park RangersWashington Oaks Garden StateParkMay 14 (Luncheon)Scholarship RecipientsAndInstallation of OfficersWords of Wisdom: PriorScholarship Winners to NewRecipientsOctober Guest Speaker:Nicki Junkins, League of Women VotersBorn in New Hampshire, Dr. Nicki Junkins moved to Deland with her husbandand two sons in 1977. She holds 3 degrees: a bachelors of arts in Chemistryfrom Rivier College; a masters in Math Education from Stetson University, and adoctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of Central Florida. Alife-long educator working for 30 years in Volusia County, Dr. Junkins served invarious positions including math/chemistry teacher, math specialist, andDirector of Curriculum and Accountability. During the early days of the state’smove to a high stakes accountability system, she served as a member ofFlorida’s Accountability Advisory Board, which provided advice and guidancerelated to the statewide testing program. Following retirement from the schoolsystem, she joined the College Board as an academic liaison for large schoolsystems using College Board programs to increase student achievement. Herinterests include watercolor, stained glass, gardening, and travel throughout theUS and Europe. Currently, she serves as Immediate Past President of theLeague of Women Voters of Volusia County and is very involved in the League’sVoter Service activities, the Education committee, and the Speakers Bureau.

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 10Minutes from September 11, 2021 General MeetingUWF General Meeting at Pine Lakes Golf ClubSeptember 11, 2021Welcome – President Jaeger opened the meeting at 9:35am with the Pledge of Allegiance and aMoment of Silence to remember the victims of 9-11, our military and first responders, and our HealthCare workers.Motivation/Inspiration – Linda Jaeger presented a brief reflection on what occurred on September11, 2001 and how it brought our country together.Minutes —Motion to approve the Minutes of the May 15, 2021 General Meeting as printed in The Wavewas made by Jane Mealy, supported by Suzanne Timko. Motion carried unanimously.Treasurer’s Report—Motion to approve the Treasurer’s Reports as printed in the Wave was made byJane Mealy, supported by Jo Dervan. Motion carried unanimously.New BusinessMembership – Robin Hall and Trish Le Net presented the Membership report and listed the newmembers. The Committee is looking for current members to act as mentors to the new members.This year every meeting will begin with an Icebreaker that will help all of us to get to know everyonebetter. Also all members whose birthdays occur that month will be recognized in the Wave and at thegeneral meeting.Treasurer– Toni Donohue asked that anyone with an interest in bookkeeping or finance contact her.UWF is in need of an Assistant Treasurer who will be trained to take over in the future. The Treasurer’sreport will be updated after the meeting and printed in the next Wave.Breakfast was served.Programs – Phyllis Erno, co-Chair of Programs introduced the speaker. Pastor Charles Silanopresented information of the operation of the Grace Community Food Pantry and a new program,the Open Door Re-entry and Recovery Ministry.President’s Report—Linda Jaeger reported on current Board positions that need to be filled.Treasurer/Assistant TreasurerCo-Recording SecretaryAssistant Website CoordinatorFundraisingDay of Games (November 12 at the PC Community Center 9:30 am – 2:30 pm) – EddaSteinmeier and Pat Rhodes need volunteers and donations for auction items; sign-up sheets are on thetables and tickets are available today. Please encourage your friends and neighbors to get togethergroups to play any game of their choosing. Homemade lasagna and pastries will be served.Wreaths Across America – Susan Wildman will now start taking orders for wreaths to be placedon the graves at the Jacksonville National Cemetery on December 18, 2021. Orders are due byNovember 15 at a cost of 15 per wreath. UWF receives 5 for each wreath. Watch for a Blast withbackground information and forms.ShopWithScrip – Lynn Foraker reported that she and Donna Daly Boggs are now taking monthlyorders through December for the Scrip gift cards. First order will be placed - September 25. UWF getsrebate (% varies based on the retailer) for each card purchased. There are over 700 companies whosegift cards are sold. It’s easy to order and only takes a week to get the cards after the UWF order isplaced. See the Wave for more details or contact the Chairs for the Scrip website.

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 11Minutes of September 11, 2021 General meeting continuedHoliday Cash Raffle – DJIA – Linda Jaeger—Raffle tickets on sale October 1 – November 21; the winnermatching DJIA November 22 – January 14 on days Dow Jones is in session will receive 50. Cost 10per ticket.Chez Jacqueline – Jane Mealy — The fashion show for UWF “Time to Accessorize” will be held onNov 4 and Nov 17 with limited reservations.Interest GroupsBookminders – Jane Mealy (September 13, America’s First Daughter by Stephanie Dray andLaura Kamoie – Zoom at 1:00 pm). Cost 10/year donation for Scholarships.Lunch Bunch – Edda Steinmeier (September 17 at Bay Drive Park, noon). This is held the 3rdFriday of every month in different locations. Everyone is welcome.SIS (Discussion Group) – Trish Le Net (September 14 at noon via Zoom). All members are encouraged to participate in “Seeking Insights for Solutions”.Scholarship – President Jaeger gave a report for Susan Waller, Chair, who could not attend.Members are asked to volunteer to serve in the screening committee for the scholarships awarded inthe spring.Corresponding Secretary – Sheila Platt. (No report)Sunshine – Debbie Drumm sent cards to 2 members for the death of a family member.Wave—Articles for the October Wave are due to Karen Flaherty the week of Sept. 27.Old BusinessElection of Alice Scott Abbott, a Flagler County suffragist, to the 2020 Florida Women’s Hall of Fame —Linda Jaeger reported that AAUW recognized UWF’s assistance in getting Alice Scott Abbott elected tothe Wall of Fame in the state capital during their celebration of Women’s Equality Day on August 28th.Directory—Jane Mealy is waiting for a few new member pictures for the final email version of the UWFdirectory. All members should receive this in the next few weeks. Please check your emails, or yourspam folder.50 -50 – Mavis Smith and Luzibu Nsakala conducted the drawing won by Kay Forest, who donated aportion to Day of Games prizes.Motion to adjourn at 11:35amRespectfully submitted, Kay Forest, Recording SecretaryBelk’s Charity Days are Back!We are again participating in the Belk Charity Sale this Fall. Volunteers are needed to sit at Belk and selltickets to this event during the last two weeks in October. All the profits from these ticket sales stay withus and the purchaser gets 5 off their first purchase on October 28th, 29th or 30th. It is a win-win forall. In past years we raised over 500 by participating in Belk Charity Sale Days.Contact Jo Dervan to participate and help. Jo will have the Charity 5 tickets for sale at our Octobermeeting. Start your holiday shopping early and take advantage of the sale. If you want to shop early,Belk will keep your purchase on hold for later pickup. Simply present your Charity Sale ticket to a Belkassociate and ask for details on reserving merchandise. The dates and hours will be:Thursday, October 28th from 10:00am to close; Friday, October 29th from 10am to close; Saturday,October 30th from 10am to close.

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 12New Board Member Pictures from ourSeptember 11, 2021 General meeting2021-22 UWF Board MembersSeated: President Linda Jaeger,Co-President-elect Mary LouKeener. Standing (left to right):Co-President-elect Jo Dervan,Co-Membership VPs TrishLeNet and Robin Hall, CoProgram VP Phyllis Erno, CoRecording Secretary Kay Forest,Treasurer Toni Donohue andCorresponding Secretary SheilaPlatt. Not pictured: Co-ProgramVP Pearl Jones, Scholarship VPJeanne Nix, and Co-RecordingSecretary Suzanne Timko.2021-22 CommitteeChairsSeated: Claudia Towne(website); Mavis Smith (Share& Share). Standing (l to r): PatRhodes (Day ofGames/Reservations), LynnForaker (Scrip & Festival ofTrees); Karen Flaherty(WAVE editor); DebbieDrumm (Sunshine); DonnaDaly-Boggs (Scrip/social media); Edda Steinmeier (Day ofGames/Lunch Bunch); andJane Mealy (Directory/ Bookminders/Gourmet Gals/ChezJacqueline). Missing from picture: Linda Hagman (Nontraditional Student Support);and Susan Wildman (WreathsAcross America).

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 13Membership Report: Off to a great start!Trish LeNet and Robin Hall, Membership Co-Vice PresidentsMembership Report for 2021 October WAVEMeet the New MembersWe have recently added two new members: Nancy Hazo and Lenn Turner. Ginny Mulligan was addedlast month and we’ve also included her information in this month’s WAVE. This brings our totalmembership to 76. (see bios on next page) Please give Nancy, Ginny, and Lenn a warm welcome whenyou see them. We’re excited to have them as members.MentoringIn our last WAVE, we asked for volunteers to serve as mentors to our newest members. Thank you tothe following members (in bold) for their willingness to answer new member questions and to imparttheir knowledge and advice as it relates to becoming an active member of UWF.Nancy Hazo - Phyllis ErnoSusan Moeser - Pat RhodesGinny Mulligan - Suzanne TimkoLenn Turner - Sherrie Thompson.Lottery SeatingPlease note that we will begin lottery seating at the January meeting as the round tables of the HiltonGarden Inn are more conducive to conversation!If you have any changes to your contact information (name, address, telephone number, or email)please inform Donna Daly Boggs at [email protected] you know anyone interested in joining UWF, please invite her to accompany you to a generalmeeting or any UWF activity.Trish Le Net and Robin HallCo-Vice Presidents - Membership**************In addition to highlighting our new members each month in the WAVE, asdiscussed at the June Planning meeting, this is a new feature we'll be doingmonthly:Celebrating our members’ October birthdays!Happy Birthday to the following members:Edda Steinmeier 10/1,Nancy Carlton 10/2,Nita Henkel 10/14,Karen Wolford 10/20Pearl Jones 10/21,Debbie Drumm 10/26,Barbara Holley 10/29,Maria Elena Calabrese 10/31

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 14Membership Report: Welcome our new members!Ginny MulliganBorn and raised in Oberlin, Ohio, a liberal and progressive small collegetown, I feel fortunate I was encouraged and even expected to questionand explore racial, economic and gender inequities and differences. Thatfoundation was what led me to my roles in the workforce as well as toserve in local government. After moving around some, my husband and Isettled in Libertyville, Illinois for 30 years where I worked for the publicschools in the Department of Special Education and later took a job as thedirector of a land development business that financially supported an orderof Catholic missionaries.In Illinois, I served as a Lake entCommission.I also served on the board of a local non-profit, affordable housing real estatedeveloper. The role I am most proud of, however, is as a founder and original lead organizer of agrassroots organization called Lake County United. Through our collaborative, relational, and deliberateorganizing around specific issues of social justice, we identified and worked to come up with solutionsto lessen the impact of those identified injustices. Since moving to Florida in the fall of 2017, I havebeen searching for a group like UWF. I look forward to seeing where my involvement leads!Lenn TurnerI was born in Columbus, Ohio and am a big Buckeye fan having livedthere for 52 years and receiving a Master's degree there in EducationalAdministration. I earned my Bachelor's degree from Otterbein Universityand began my teaching career in elementary education teaching for sixyears and becoming an elementary principal at 29. I spent my thirtyyears in public education in the Columbus area retiring in 2001. Ireturned to education several years later becoming the head of severalMontessori schools, enjoying that until finally retiring again in 2013. My late husband and I resided forsix years on a small island, Bald Head Island, NC — reached only by boat — after retiring, whichoffered a new experience with only 200 residents! I then moved to the Savannah, Georgia, area to benear my son and loved being so close to my two grandchildren. I enjoy spoiling my grandchildren,reading, gardening and football (Ohio State and Browns' fan). Moving to the Palm Coast area was like"coming home" to me as I formerly owned a condo here! I look forward to participating in this veryworthwhile organization.Nancy HazoI was born in McKeesport, PA, a city built around steel mills, locatedabout 15 miles south of Pittsburgh. I graduated from the University ofPittsburgh with a BS degree in nursing, got married, and began mynursing career at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic.I lovedpsychiatry from the very beginning. Because of my husband’s career wefrequently moved but finally settled in Connecticut for 40 years. I was astay-at-home mom raising 4 young boys while my husband commuted tohis office in Manhattan. When the children were old enough, I returnedto my career as a psychiatric nurse in a locked acute care unit at SilverHill, a private psychiatric facility, in New Canaan, CT, and became aboard certified psychiatric nurse RN-C. Later, I worked at NorwalkHospital’s outpatient psychiatric clinic. When we retired, my husband andI moved from Connecticut to Palm Coast as permanent residents in 2014. I look forward to meeting avariety of people and making new friends in UWF and in SIS.

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 15UWF COVID GUIDELINESThe UWF Board is excited that our members will be able to meet face-to-face for our next meeting onOctober 9 at Pine Lakes Golf Club at 9:30 AM. However, given the current COVID conditions in FlaglerCounty, we want to ensure that those who attend the meeting feel comfortable. Therefore, we believethere is a need to meet the current CDC Guidelines to the greatest degree possible.Pine Lakes has assured us that they are adhering to CDC Guidelines at all functions.We request that all meeting participants: wear masks at all times other than while eating or drinking or addressing the group maintain social distancing use the provided hand sanitizer.We ask that you reconsider attendance at this meeting if you have been ill or have been in contact withanyone who has experienced COVID in the past two weeks.These guidelines will be followed at all future meetings and events as the situation at the time dictates.Wreaths Across AmericaEvery year the Wreaths Across America organization places holiday wreaths on the grave sites of everyveteran buried in a National Cemetery. The wreaths are donated by individuals like yourselves whowant to support our military veterans.We have set our UWF chapter up as a fundraising group withWAA. For every 15.00 wreath purchased by our members,their families and friends, we will have 5.00 returned to us.This is a simple fundraiser that supports our scholarship fundand allows us to do something good for our community. We willbe supporting the National Cemetery in Jacksonville, where theywill need 18,000 wreaths this year.In early September, I sent out detailed instructions to everyone,including tally sheets, copies of receipts (this is a tax-deductibledonation), and a letter to send to friends and family. Everythingwas in a Word or PDF format. This is an excellent opportunity foryou to honor our veterans and benefit our chapter. The deadlinefor donations is November 20th. Thank you for your support ofthis worthwhile project.Susan Wildman, UWF’s Wreaths Across America Fundraising ChairSmile.Amazon.com for our Scholarship FundFrom now on, after you register, when you go to smile.amazon.com, half a percent (0.5%) of allyour purchases will be going to the UWF Scholarship fund.All you have to do is go toSmile.Amazon.com, enter University Women of Flagler in the rectangular white box.You onlyhave to do this once. Then every time you go to smile.amazon.com, it will remember you and youwill see Supporting University Women ofFlagler in the upper left corner to remind you that a portion ofyour purchases will be rebated to UWF. Also, it will remember if you are a Prime customer.For more information, contact Claudia at [email protected]

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 16Monthly Operating Account Cash FlowJuly 2021 - June 20222021-2022BudgetOPERATING ACCOUNTINCOMEAmazon (Smile)Correction Operating IncomeMembership Dues 2021-2022Miscellaneous Operating IncomeMonthly MeetingMonthly Share & ShareTotal Income 50.00 0.00 4,000.00 0.00 6,200.00 400.00 10,650.00EXPENSESAuditCommunity AssistanceCorrection Operating ExpenseDirectoryFees-Dept of Consumer ServicesFees-FL Non-ProfitFlagler Home ShowHistorianHonorsInsuranceMembership CommitteeMemorialsMiscellaneous Operating ExpenseMonthly Meeting ExpenseOffice SuppliesPresidents Expense & MeetingProgram CommitteePublicityScholarship AccrualsSunshine FundWebsiteTotal Expense 600.00 500.00 605.00 0.00 90.00 170.00 75.00 0.00 175.00 630.00 590.00 150.00 0.00 6,200.00 100.00 100.00 225.00 100.00 0.00 40.00 300.00 10,650.00TOTAL OPERATING CLOSING BALANCEAugustSeptember Year to DateActualPreliminaryActual 12,194.59 13,423.33 26.89 0.00 26.89 0.00 0.00 0.00 850.19 100.00 1,050.38 0.00 0.00 0.00 351.66 2,085.00 2,436.66 0.00 80.00 80.00 1,228.74 2,265.00 3,593.93 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 25.00 0.00 0.00 25.00 0.00 483.62 0.00 0.00 15.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 548.62 13,423.33 15,139.71 600.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 25.00 629.63 175.00 75.00 0.00 483.62 0.00 0.00 15.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 17.99 2,021.24

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 17Monthly Scholarship Account Cash FlowJuly 2021 — June 2022SCHOLARSHIP ACCOUNTINCOMEBelk Charity DaysBook MindersChez JacquelineContributions from IndividualsCorrection Scholarship IncomeDay of GamesDJIA Raffle IncomeDonation Button ContributionsFlagler College TourFood TruckGourmet GalsHonors - ScholarshipLee Weaver's One Person ShowLunch BunchMemorials - ScholarshipMiscellaneous Scholarship IncomeNon-Traditional Student GrantPlay GirlsPopcornScrips IncomeSeeking Insights for SolutionsWreaths Across AmericaTotal Income2021-2022Budget 400.00 200.00 300.00 0.00 0.00 3,850.00 1,800.00 0.00 500.00 600.00 300.00 175.00 2,600.00 250.00 150.00 0.00 1,000.00 0.00 3,000.00 500.00 300.00 500.00 16,425.00AugustSeptember Year to DateActualPreliminaryActual 22,601.66 23,708.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 20.00 50.00 70.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,025.00 475.00 1,800.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 25.00 25.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 40.00 70.00 0.00 25.00 75.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 32.10 3,300.00 3,332.10 30.00 0.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,107.10 3,919.00 5,402.10EXPENSESCorrection Scholarship ExpenseDay Of Games ExpenseDJIA Raffle - ExpenseDolly Parton Imagination LibraryFlagler College Tour - ExpenseGourmet Gals ExpenseLee Weaver's One Person Show - ExpMiscellaneous Scholarship ExpenseNon-Traditional Student Grant- ExpenseOffice Supplies-ScholarshipScholarship Committee 1,255.00 830.00 540.00 1,500.00 0.00 0.00 1,100.00 0.00 1,000.00 100.00 200.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 430.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00Scholarship Award 2022Scrips Rebate - Payout 7,000.00 500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 400.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 16,425.00 0.00 0.00 430.00Seeking Insights for Solutions-ExpenseTake Stock In Children FC Ed FoundationTotal ExpenseTOTAL SCHOLARSHIP CLOSING BALANCE 23,708.76 27,627.76TOTAL UWF ACCOUNT BALANCE 37,132.09 42,767.47

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 18BOOKMINDERS SCHEDULE FOR 2021-2022DATEBOOKAUTHORHOSTESS /DISCUSSIONLEADEROctober 11The Tea Girl ofHummingbird LaneWhile Justice SleepsLisa SeeSuzanne TimkoStacy AbramsRonaele BowmanDenise KiernanLinda HagmanJanuary 10The Last Castle: The EpicStory of Love, Loss, andAmerican Royalty in theNation’s Largest HomeThe Vanishing HalfBrit BennettCarol MilewskiFebruary 14The Lions of 5th AvenueFiona DavisJo DervanMarch 14Heartland: A Memoir ofWorking Hard and BeingBroke in the RichestCountry on EarthThe Heart’sInvisible FuriesSarah SmarshPat SmithJohn BoyneTrish LeNetMary Lou KeenerMay 9The Four WindsKristin HannahHolly FlynnJune 13Janice P. NimuraLenn TurnerJuly 11The Doctors Blackwell:How Two PioneeringSisters Brought Medicineto Women and Women toMedicineThe Paris LibraryJanet SkeslienCharlesRobin HallAugust 8The Rent CollectorCamron WrightJane MealyNovember 8December 13April 11Bookminders Group Chair: Jane [email protected] meetings will be held via Zoom at 1:00 pm

The WAVEVOL UME 16 — 2Page 19Invitation to join the Lunch Bunch!What a wonderful time we had at the beach! The weather, the ocean breeze, the view and the companyall made for a lovely outing!By popular demand, it is time to do it again!We will meet on Friday, October 15 at noon at Bay Drive Park.Bay Drive is the very first dirt road after the Sea Colony entrance going north on A1A. Go all the way tothe end of the road to the beach parking lot.Please bring your lunch and a beverage of choice. and maybe a chair. The covered pavilion has picnictables for us to use.Kindly RSVP with Edda Steinmeier at [email protected] or call 386-237-7313 for questions.Hoping to see many of you!Edda*************October’s Book SelectionThe Tea Girl of Hummingbird LaneBy Lisa SeeFrom #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa See, “one of thosespecial writers capable of delivering both poetry and plot” (The NewYork Times Book Review), a moving novel about tradition, teafarming, and the bonds between mothers and daughters.In their remote mountain village, Li-yan and her family align their livesaround the seasons and the farming of tea. For the Akha people, ensconcedin ritual and routine, life goes on as it has for generations—until a strangerappears at the village gate in a jeep, the first automobile any of the villagershas ever seen.The stranger’s arrival marks the fi

UWF is in need of an Assistant Treasurer who will be trained to take over in the future. The Treasurer’s report will be updated after the meeting and printed in the next Wave. Breakfast was served. Programs – Phyllis Ern