The Sedona Women (TSW) will hear from Sedona resident Maudelle Terry, former San Francisco news reporter, executive, actress and author about her Grandmother Baker’s Black wisdom on a wide variety of topics. The TSW program will take place on the second Thursday, February 8, at the Sedona Public Library. TSW programs are scheduled monthly from September through May.
When Maudelle was 3, her parents divorced, and her Grandmother Baker relocated to San Diego to become the legal guardian of Maudelle and her two brothers. Maudelle learned much from her beloved grandmother who was born in Lovelady, Texas in 1892 to a Black mother and a half Cherokee father.
The pearls of wisdom that Grandma Baker imparted have been memorialized in Terry’s Grandma Baker’s 22 Rules for Understanding Life and Men, They helped Maudelle navigate many challenging and exciting experiences throughout her life, Join us at the Sedona Women program to hear Maudelle’s story and benefit from the wise words of Grandma Baker.
The Sedona Women (a 501c.3) have been sponsoring monthly program meetings, hosting social events and trips for members, as well as doing many hands-on projects to benefit the Sedona community for over 20 years. This program is open to the public on Thursday October 12th at the Sedona Public Library, 3250 White Bear Road in West Sedona. A meet and greet will begin at 9:30 a.m. followed by the program and Q&A at 10 a.m.
To learn more about The Sedona Women or to become a member, visit the sedonawomen.com or contact Sedonawomen669@gmail.com.