United Women in Faith News

United Women in Faith News

by Nancy Bedford, UWF Communications Officer

UWF incorporated our focus on women, youth, and children as themes for our three luncheon meeting under new president Sandy Frazier. The first meeting focused on renewing and making new friendships after the pandemic! “Finding Joy Through Fellowship” was the subject of speaker Judy Micale, a credentialed life coach, as she spoke about women finding joy each day.

The second meeting featured Amaya Waymon, Rickards High School senior class president, who was accompanied by her parents. She spoke about her nonprofit, The Girl Flo, which she initiated and which now supplies period products free of charge in all Leon County Public Schools. Amaya is an amazing young woman featured in the Tallahassee Democrat in 2022 as one of “5 Young Women to Watch.” Her list of community service, honors, goals, and accomplishments is outstanding.

Amaya Waymon (right) and her parents

The final luncheon in May will highlight children. We are fortunate to have Trinity Preschool Director Stacey Duggar and Children’s Director Candace Duclos join us with information and details about their programs. A highlight will be a visit from the preschool children which is always a delight! UWF welcomes all women to the luncheons. You do not have to be a UWF member to attend.