A social organization serving women in the
Lake of the Ozarks area
Newcomers / Longtimers
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Newcomers/Longtimers is an organization composed of    
women from all over the lake region with a membership          
averaging  approximately 250 women. There are many fun      
activities that have been added to our calendar that will         
allow you to meet and interact with other members.

We are not only a social organization but a charitable one as
well. Our annual home tour is our biggest undertaking. The
money raised is given back to local lake charities and awarded
as scholarships to students attending local colleges and      
technical schools.

Please come and join us. We look forward to meeting you and
introducing you to other women who may become your       
lifelong friends.

For additional information on Newcomers/Longtimers click on
Who Are We?  For a membership information or application
click on
Membership.
GENERAL INFORMATION
UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
To see a list of all upcoming events click on the Activities
tab and then click on the link for each individual activity
or click on the Calendar tab.
Reserve Your Spot
The January 17th luncheon will be held at Vista Grande where everyone
will order off the menu.

The social portion of the luncheon begins at 11am.  The business meeting
will begin at 11:30 and lunch at 12:00 noon.

You may either respond to the evite or call Jane Wright at 573-348-2816
for questions, reservations or email at moijane@icloud.com. Reservations
or cancellations must be made by 5 pm on Sunday prior to the luncheon
(Jan 13).

Each month Newcomers/Longtimers supports a local charity.  This month’s
charity is the Midwest Children’s Burn Camp. Come to our January
luncheon and hear about this camp held in Rocky Mount, open to children
ages 6 to 17 who have been hospitalized for severe burns.