Memory master to speak at club's tea

The La Cañada Thursday Club’s Community Relations Committee presents Hermine Hilton, America’s Memory Motivator, during the Forget-Me-Not program and tea, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 2, at the clubhouse, 4440 Woodleigh Lane.

Hilton is the author of several books on the subject of memory.

“The biggest problem anyone has with memory,” she says, “is thinking they have a problem. None of us are born with built-in instructions on how to program the greatest computer of all — that one attached to our necks. But if you learn how your memory works, then you can learn how to work your memory.”

Barbara Self and Sue Tutt, Community Relations Committee co-chairs, and Club Vice-President Gale Caswell encourage men and women in the community to take advantage of this opportunity to learn how to better “work” our memories.

There is no cost to attend the Thursday Club’s “Forget-Me-Not” event. Tea and refreshments follow the presentation. Reservations are not required, but early arrival is suggested for best seating.

Assisting are committee members Louise Beggs, Jean Chubb, Judy Cooper (club president), Aline Kuhnle, Jody Platisa, Karen Poindexter, Barbara Robison, Jane Rosell, Jacquie Townsend and Alma Tycer.

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