Luncheons will be held at the Air Force Academy Falcon Club. The price for our December luncheon is $25, payable by check or cash at the luncheon. You may register through your emailed invitation, through your Wild Apricot for Members App or through the event listing on the calendar page of the website: Calendar
Upcoming Luncheon/Business Meeting Dates
Fri., Dec. 16th, 2022 * Fri., Jan. 20th, 2023 * Fri., Feb. 17th, 2023
Fri., March 17th, 2023 * Fri., April 21st, 2023 * Wed. May 17th, 2023
Despite winter weather advisories and freshly fallen snow the first day of the event, nearly 550 tickets were sold and over $14,000 was raised for our community grants program. The homes were beautifully decorated, the Hospitality House welcoming, and the volunteers were delightful!
The success of the Holiday Home Tour is the result of our amazing members who volunteered their time and talents to plan, execute and support the many facets of the home tour, from publicizing far and wide, obtaining sponsorships, recruiting volunteers, serving as hostesses at tour homes, and baking cookies, to assisting in the Hospitality House with tickets, raffle, and gift shoppe - as well as countless other tasks that led to a nearly flawless event. And let's not forget the gnome making parties! All of the gnomes sold out, as did our notecards and gnome hat bottle toppers.
We're continuing to post photos of the Holiday Home Tour on the website, JoysoftheSeasonHT.org, so be sure and visit to see all the decorated homes and wonderful memories of the event. If you have any photos from the home tour, please end them to Maureen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A huge THANK YOU to each and everyone of you who made this event a success!. Here's wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season.
Maureen & Brenda, HHT Co-Chairs And the entire HHT Committee
Fall Food Drive
2022 July 4th Parade
Thank you to our entire team of TLWC walkers, banner carriers, decorators, drivers and helpers for the incredible showing at Monument's 4th of July Parade!
Our parade float, decorated to “Honor our Educators” was a major success. We want to extend a HUGE thank you to our generous members who donated bags of candy. We used it all!
Thousands of people enjoyed this amazing hometown parade, and we are so proud to have been part of this wonderful Monument tradition.
July 4th Parade Photos
Caring in Action provides bag lunches for working homeless neighbors in need at the Springs Rescue Mission. Each month we make 40 to 50 lunches that include a sandwich, chips, fruit, drink, and sweet treat. We then deliver them to the mission to be given to those who are heading out to work. For more information on how you can help, members can contact leaders Charlie Ann Hayes or Ann Cook. Contact details are on the SOS/CIA Home Page.
Email Cindy at email@example.com if you need assistance with putting the app on your phone or navigating through it.
MOBILE APP NOW AVAILABLE
You can now download an App for your phone which lets you access the key elements of your TLWC membership. The App’s name is Wild Apricot for Members. It is available on both the App Store for iPhones and the Play Store for Android. After you open the app for the first time, you use your regular TLWC email and password to login.
The app makes it super easy to find members’ phone numbers and email addresses (under Directory), see and edit your profile (under Profile), see what events are coming up (under Events), and what events you’re registered for (under Tickets). You can easily register for an event or cancel in each event listing. Additionally, the address for the event is clickable so it will go directly to your mapping app and lead you right where you want to go!
CAT AND DOG PHOTO CONTEST VIRTUAL FUNDRAISER
We met our goal!!
Our first ever virtual fundraiser to find out who you love best, cats or dogs, raised over $10,000 to add to the total of granting money we can distribute this year.
A huge Thank You! to all of you who helped us with the contest. We very much appreciate your support by entering your pets, voting, and telling others about the contest. It meant so much for our success. - Linda Vernon, Committee Chair