Johnson, Edgar recent visitors at Kiwanis Club

Published 7:32pm Thursday, October 4, 2012

At the Aug. 22 meeting of Kiwanis Club of Tryon, the guest speaker was Libbie Johnson, who spoke on Polk County Economic Development. Johnson discussed some of the areas that promote business and community. Pictured above are Libbie Johnson (left) and Kathy Woodham (president of Kiwanis). On Sept. 5, the speaker was Robin Edgar, professional writer and workshop facilitator. Edgar gave examples of how to write your own life story, saying, “Telling your story is healing.” The author of “In My Mother’s Kitchen” and other books, she offers reminiscence-writing workshops for national organizations such as Hospice and the Alzheimer’s Association. Pictured below are Lynn Montgomery (left), Robin Edgar, and Kathy Woodham. (photos submitted by Sue Watson)

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