Anne Goodwin - Stay For Lunch

Featured Speaker:

Anne Goodwin,

local author – Stay For Lunch

A Story of Friendship and Faith

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Join us for this popular annual event!

. . . Traditional English Tea - The Angel Museum, Beloit WI . . Guests were treated to a four course tea using gold-plated china and silverware. We’ll be gathering in the elegant Taste of Heaven Caf√©. . . . . Stay For Lunch - A story of faith and friendshipStay For Lunch recently received a coveted Gold IPPY medal presented at the awards ceremony of the Independent Book Publishers’ annual international competition during the 2009 Book Expo in New York City.

The category Inspirational/Spiritual was the largest with the most entries and Stay For Lunch received the highest honor in that category.

Held Saturday August 22, 2009 Donation: $40/person Reservations and information: 608-362-9099 info@angelmuseum.org .

Angel Museum Volunteer Luncheon -- 09It’s because of our dedicated volunteers that we’ve been able to make the Angel Museum available to our visitors. We recently recognized our volunteers at our yearly luncheon in our lovely gardens.

We have over 50 volunteers gracious enough to share of their time and talents. Of these we wanted to recognize our Volunteer of the Year for 2008 awarding this to Darlene Niles. She has been volunteering with us for over eight years including serving on our board of trusees for three years.

Additionally, Judy and Jerri Wightman were recognized for their exceptional level of commitment.

Each year, well over 12,000 hours are given to the attraction in Beloit. From greeting visitors and planning fundraising events to cleaning, dusting and gardening, volunteers keep the museum going. — Beloit Daily News

Read more about this event. The Beloit Daily News — Museum Volunteers Honored Thank you to all our volunteers. We couldn’t do it without you!


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