July 3rd the Wild Wilderness Women of Maple Valley met for lunch at Olive Garden in Federal Way. I drove Cathy Pond and Diane Berge and with the aid of the GPS we didn’t get lost. Well, not technically. Diane was ever so helpful as a back seat driver which required a U-Turn on Enchanted Parkway.
We were a small group at this outing. As it was the day before Independence Day and many members were already on holiday. After discussing business we got down to the food. Some members were a bit camera shy as I tried to document the outing, but there is always August to snap their picture.
The breadsticks were excellent, the salad was delicious and the spaghetti and meatballs I order was perfect. The only downside was the cheesecake. I wanted plain, but I had to suffer with the raspberry swirl. Oh the agony!
Before we left Russ, the manager of Olive Garden stopped by our table and asked what the Red Hat Society was all about. As an ambassador and armed with information I whipped out a card received with my Ambassador Kit, told him just enough to peak his interest and handed him the card and let him know he could find more information about the Society by going to the website.
In August the Wild Wilderness Women will be going to Southcenter on the first Thursday and gathering at Bahama Breeze. If you would like more information about the Red Hat Society please feel free to contact me or go to www.redhatsociety.com