Flo Samuels To Speak At Oct. 25 Scenic City Women's Network Luncheon

Monday, October 08, 2012
Flo Samuels
Flo Samuels

Flo Samuels will be the speaker at the Oct. 25 Scenic City Women's Network luncheon. She will share how she has learned to flourish in the many seasons of life. 

Ms. Samuels is a loving mother and grandmother. Her life and ministry, includes 18 years with Chattanooga Christian Community Foundation, The Generosity Trust, seven short term mission trips on three continents and also very active in her church, New Covenant Fellowship. She teaches Bible in several local ministries and as a Chaplain, ministers to many in the local workplace.

The luncheon will be at First Baptist Church, 401 Gateway Ave.

For reservations, call 698-6262 or email

org" target="_blank">romaine@scwn.org. The deadline is Tuesday, Oct. 23. 

Program and lunch is $10 for members and $12 for visitors. 


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