Women’s Club celebrates with a very jazzy Christmas brunch

Susan Reynhout, Publicity Chairman

Tempe Brown will delight the audience with favorite oldies in “A Very Jazzy Christmas” mini concert. This former nightclub singer preformed jazz and blues in some of the most exclusive supper clubs in Oklahoma City. She later formed a show band and traveled extensively throughout the United States. This Oklahoma native was the art director for Century Publishing Company and later became editor of Key to Oklahoma City This Week magazine. She has interviewed dignitaries, entertainers, written columns and critiqued fine local restaurants. Tempe is a published author of two books along with recorded CDs. She travels year-round as a popular speaker for various organizations from her home in Greenville, South Carolina. Tempe will tell how she tried “putting the puzzle of life together without the ox lid” in a humorous, puzzling story with a happy ending.

Special Christmas music will be provided by the Keyboard Connection.

Join in the festive air of the season by wearing your glitz and glamour to the event on Thursday, December 10 in the Kingston Ballroom of the Oakwood Country Club of Sun Lakes at 9:00 a.m. Put on your bling, sequins, beads, boas, hats, long dangly earrings and lots of smiles. The blingiest gets the prize!

Reservations are necessary and must be made by noon on Thursday, December 3 by e-mailing Shirley Mukhar at [email protected], calling Lydia Claflin at 480-802-2188, or calling Pat Stead at 480-883-1450. Cancellations need to be made no later than Monday, December 7 by 10:00 a.m. by calling Cindi Decker at 515-770-7974. Reservations not canceled must be honored. The cost is $15 inclusive at the door. Gluten free or special needs meals will be $1 extra and MUST be preordered. Any special dietary concerns not pre-ordered cannot be accommodated the date of the event. Cost includes brunch, taxes, gratuity, speaker’s expenses, publicity and miscellaneous fees. This event is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries; www.stonecroft.org.