Carla Debernarde, left, and Linda Carter try on rings at the jewelry table where Katie Clemens and her Morning Noon & Night line of costume jewelry raised funds for the non-profit Heart to Heart Camp Pendleton. Clemens started her jewelry business for the sole purpose of providing funds for local nonprofits that support women and girls who are dealing with challenges.
At the Feb. 19 brunch, Lillie Knauls sings one of
her own gospel songs to the crowd, conveying her message that “to
know real love is to know Jesus Christ.”
Lorraine Meyers of Fallbrook shows half of her door prize at the Fallbrook Women’s Connection brunch; the other half was a Starbuck’s gift card to go with the cookies. A total of 125 people attended the event at the Grand Tradition, including about 12 men.
Gene Fundum, left, and Betty McKeehan enjoy the brunch and program at the Grand Tradition. Fallbrook Women’s Connection is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries, Inc.
Janet and Wayne Teuerle attend the February women’s connection brunch to listen to their longtime friend, Lillie Knauls. This was one of the few times a year that men are invited to the brunch. Wayne was one of two men to win door prizes; Janet runs the group’s Temecula-based Bible study.