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The Professional Women's Exchange Group of Houston

November Meeting
Tuesday, November 1, 2018
11:30 - 1:15
Houston Racquet Club
10709 Memorial
Houston, TX

"Making Room for Gratitude"

Rev. Melissa Maher is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church serving at Mercy Street, a spiritual community within Chapelwood United Methodist Church. Mercy Street creates a safe harbor of hope and transformation for those in recovery from a bad church experience or addiction. Melissa entered pastoral ministry after a career in corporate lending, and her passion is to bridge the ministry of the church with the opportunities and needs of the city. She’s a native of Baton Rouge yet has called Houston home for nearly 18 years.

Rebecca Maddux
September 2018
President's Message

Well, I know it is starting to turn into fall because I get to spend my Friday nights at high school football games.  I have one niece left in high school that marches in the band so I try to make as many games as I can.  I joke about it because I say I have 2 years left since she just became a junior but I know I will miss it, maybe not the game but the being able to watch her play and watch her grow up.  I have been doing this Friday night ritual for going on 12 years straight now, out of 8 nieces and nephews only 2 did not play in the marching band (believe me their musical talent did not come from my side of the family).Yeah, I complain about having to go sit in the heat, cold or rain but the smile that comes across their face when they see me in the stands makes it all worth it (and I know one of them will be picking my nursing home).   Last Christmas one of my nieces that has already graduated and moved on to college wrote me a beautiful Christmas card telling me how she did not appreciate it at the time but as she has gotten older, she has come to really appreciate me sitting in the stands hollering her name and being there for them. (best Christmas present EVER)   You may wonder why I am going on and on about the band and football games and I guess it is because I know I need to enjoy every game and tell them I love them every chance I get because I never know when tomorrow may not come.   Live each day to the fullest and tell the people around you how much you love and appreciate them. 

So let me take this moment to say to each and every on of you how much you have to mean to me and how much I love and care for each or you.  I am not the best at relaying my feeling in person but know I think of each of you and would do anything for you. 
Enjoy the Game!!!

Love ya


Your 2018 PWEG Leadership Team

Position  Name


Rebecca Maddux


Tricia Hughes

Kathryn Van der Pol


Kathy Garza


Marilyn Drane

Jane Lehto


Mary Holmgren

Suellen Barbee


Linda Kay

Website Admin

Sandra Crook


Brenda Bowers

President Elect

Arnetta Meekins

Past President

Karen Botzong

The Professional Women's Exchange Group of Houston is a networking group based on the exchange of ideas, friendship and the sharing of resources.  

Greetings from The President

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