A social organization serving women in the
Lake of the Ozarks area
Newcomers / Longtimers
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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
Shake off that cabin fever feeling with a lunch (and maybe a margarita or
two) at Vista Grande! Bring your supplies for Dogwood Animal Shelter.  
There will also be a presentation by Jennifer Palasox and Jessica Hinton
from Bella Donna demonstrating makeup techniques for all of the lovely
ladies.  

The social portion of the luncheon begins at 11am. The business meeting
will begin at 11:30 with lunch at 12:00 noon.  This month each attendee
will be ordering off the menu but a reservation is still required.

Each month Newcomers/Longtimers supports a local charity. This month
Newcomers/Longtimers will be helping to restock supplies for Dogwood
Animal Shelter. If you want to bring pet food please bring canned pate dog
food only as changing the animal’s diets can upset their stomachs.

Dogwood’s wish list includes hand sanitizers, bleach, beds, paper towels,
kitty litter, collars/ leashes, cleaning supplies, old towels and cash
donations that will be used to purchase food for the animals.

Volunteers have been the driving force behind Dogwood animal shelter
since its beginning. Through auctions and sales, a handful of dedicated
people raised enough money to build a small facility and in 1976, the
badly needed shelter was established as a 501(c)3. It was filled beyond
capacity almost immediately. From the start, Dogwood offered low cost
spays and neuters, and since 1997, when the board of directors declared
Dogwood a no-kill facility, it has steadily expanded that program. When
the long awaited new shelter facility, located near Osage Beach was built
in 2005, a spay/neuter clinic was included so that the surgeries could be
done on site.

Reservations or cancellations must be made no later than 6pm on the
Sunday, February 11.   For reservations contact
Sue Bleigh at 913-707-
5406.
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