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Women’s Christmas Dinner

Saturday, December 7
6:00 PM (Doors open at 5:30 PM)
Northshore Senior Center, Bothell

You are invited to come celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season at one of the most anticipated events of the year.  This is the evening when our special speaker will tell her story and also explain very clearly how Jesus makes a difference in our lives.  Invite your family, friends, co-workers and neighbors, who do not yet know Him.  When the doors open, you are welcomed in and can wander among the uniquely decorated Christmas tables before dinner is served.

Guest Speaker

Ana Warner, our special guest speaker, will share her inspiring story about family, autism, strength and dependency on God. It is a very personal message about peace and acceptance, triumph in impossible situations and family unity.

Ana moved to the United States from Brazil in 1989 as an aspiring model. She met her husband, Curt Warner, a Seattle Seahawks, while she was working at "The Bon Marche" (Macy's) as a fragrance model and he was shopping with an assistant for a photo shoot. They were married
6 months later in 1990, and have been married for almost 30 years.

Curt and Ana live in Camas, Washington with their 4 children: Jonathan (26), twin boys Austin and Christian (25), and Isabella (13) who was adopted, as a young girl, through Antioch Adoptions.

Austin and Christian are profoundly affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. Curt and Ana have written a book "The Warner Boys - Our family's Story of Autism and Hope" telling the story of their isolation due to the need to fully focus on parenting the twins.

Her story includes death, danger, and grief.  Ana is a mighty example of overcoming through a strong dependency on God and her trust in His provision for her family.

Hostesses & Servers

Ladies, it’s time to sign up if you want to hostess a table
Gentlemen, it’s time to sign up to help serve at this amazing event.

To hostess or serve, please contact Michelle Nicholson, 425-284-2609.

Tickets

Costs:

  • $20 — October 27-November 11

  • $25 — November 12 - December 1