Auxiliary News

Finding Friends

In one phase of life, you might find friends at your workplace. In another, you'll find compatriots while raising children. In still another, you might find people who share a hobby. At every stage, friendships are different, though they might not be long.

The important thing to remember, according to AARP, is that everyone needs friends and social interaction. At one point in your life, you might be the toast of the town, with an exciting social life. In another phase, you might spend time with just a few friendly people who you might never have been interested in at an earlier stage. But those social interactions are still important.

People can find more social interaction and friendships by getting involved in group, church, school, volunteer or work situations. The key is taking the risk to make a friend.
Big Walnut Ladies Auxiliary Officers
Phone: (614) 861-9073

Name Office/Title e-mail address
Sharon Esmont Jr Past Madam President -
Nancy Evans Madam President  -
Jovan Wilkins Madam Vice President -
Judy Curtis Madam Treasurer -
Joyce Richards Madam Secretary AuxiliaryOffice@foe3261.com
Joan Johnston Madam Chaplain -
Cindy Nash Madam Conductor -
Sandy Allmon Madam Inside Guard -

Name Office/Title e-mail address
Stacey Brewer
Madam Trustee stacey.brewer@arcadis-us.com
Julia Buffington Madam Trustee -
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Trustee -
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