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Roundups: Upcoming Club Meetings, Nonprofit Grant Announcement Set

Tyler Model A Club to meet

The Tyler Model A Club is inviting community members interested in joining the club to attend this Saturday meeting.

The meeting will take place at 11:30 am at the Clear Springs Restaurant at 6519 S Broadway in Tyler.

Several antique cars will be brought to the meeting.

Potential members are welcome to participate and enjoy the fun and fellowship.

According to advertising director Hugh Spear, owning a Model A is not necessary, just an interest in the cars and their history. Vehicles will be on display, photos welcome.

Membership in this organization costs $20 per year per family.

Dining at Clear Springs will be a real treat for all members and guests.

Smith County Republican Women’s Meeting

Smith County Republican Women Prepare for January Dinner and Meeting.

Dee Chambless, Chairperson of the Smith County Republican Women’s Legislative Assembly, will be present at the luncheon to talk to the group about how to participate during the current legislative session.

The meeting will take place from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm on Thursday, January 19 at Potpourri House, 3320 Troup Hwy. Suite 300 in Tyler.

The grant announcement is scheduled for January 19th.

During the annual Grant Announcement and Guest House, scheduled for January 19, the Smith County Women’s Foundation will announce local nonprofits that have received grants this year.

Representatives from the Smith County Women’s Fund and representatives from beneficiary organizations will be present. Seven grants will be awarded to seven not-for-profit organizations in the county.

The event will run from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm with the program starting at 6:00 pm at the Hollytree Country Club, 6700 Hollytree Dr. in Tyler.

“Smith County Women’s Trust believes together is better,” the group said in a statement. “Through collective giving, we are transforming our community by funding programs that enrich the lives of women and children. Collective giving allows the Women’s Fund to tap into the philanthropic power of individual members and create a truly effective fund of philanthropic dollars. Through our membership model, we empower women to make revolutionary gifts to society.”

The annual grant announcement marks the culmination of the group’s annual grant making process. As individuals, members pledge annual gifts and together they award grants to non-profit organizations.

“Our grant recipients are carefully vetted through our extensive grant review process by our Volunteer Grants Committee, so each member can be confident that their dollars are being used effectively to improve the lives of women and children in Smith County,” the group said.

For more information about the Smith County Women’s Fund, visit www.womensfundsc.org.

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