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Petticoats and Parasols

Don’t miss our April 2nd General meeting with a presentation called Petticoats and Parasols put on by the Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum! CWJF is a women’s service organization and this presentation of over 52 period costumes being modeled by 40 women will blow you away!!   We will also be voting on our charity for 2019-2020 as well as our new slate of officers.  Looking forward to seeing you all at Faithbridge on April 2!


Happy New Year

Please note that our January 8th meeting will be held at Cypress Creek  Christian Community Center in the Forum  located at 6823 Cypresswood Drive. There should be signs directing to our location.

Attention Members

Membership Renewal is fast approaching!  Please check the newsletter as well as this website for the form.  ALL members must fill out a new form so that our records are accurate.  We don’t want anyone to miss out on the all the exciting events happening with FAN.


Cookie Exchange 2017 2One cup white sugar, two eggs, one teaspoon of vanilla, 2/3 cup of butter, three cups of flour, and lots of holiday cheer!

Join us for our annual Cookie Exchange on December 12, 2017. If you are new to FAN or a seasoned member, this afternoon of fun is a must! A few seats remain but we can always make room for more. Tickets are $15.00 per person.  Contact Char M. or Tracy L. for details.

Your very last day to sign up for this fabulous event is at our equally fabulous Holiday Charity Luncheon on December 5, 2017 at the Northgate Country Club.  Look for the smiling faces of Char M. or Tracy L. who will seamlessly guide you through the process of signing up for the Cookie Exchange.

Hurricane Harvey Halts FAN Meeting

The first FAN meeting of the 2017-2018 year had to be cancelled due the after effects of Hurricane Harvey.  Many members experienced high water and flooding.  Our meeting location was being used as a shelter not only for the community but was also housing the Precinct 4 Constables as their offices were flooded.


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