Crimson Rose Sugg

Independent filmmaker Crimson Rose Sugg, standing, demonstrates her directing technique to AEDC Woman’s Club members Susan Harris, left, and Sande Hayes during the organization’s most recent club meeting. 

Members of the AEDC Woman’s Club heard from an independent filmmaker during the organization’s most recent meeting.

Guest speaker Crimson Rose Sugg talked about her life as an independent filmmaker, how she has directed several short films and how her production company is growing.

AEDCWC member Barbara McGuire said: “The meeting was so interesting and exciting. The speaker provided great entertainment with truth and goodness.”

Table donations were given to the Haven of Hope of Manchester.

Members of the AEDC Woman’s Club will hear from guest speaker Rosanne Sietins, a volunteer with the Elephant Sanctuary in Hohenwald, during the organization’s Feb. 6 meeting.

The Elephant Sanctuary, founded in 1995, is a nonprofit organization licensed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

The sanctuary provides the elephants the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe haven dedicated to their well-being.

Sietins plans to acquaint members with the sanctuary and explain the differences between African savannah elephants and Asian elephants.

Table donations for the February meeting will go to the Motlow Ladies Philanthropic Society.

The AEDC Woman’s Club encourages visitors to get involved in their programs and become members. It is not necessary to have military connections or be involved with the base to become a member.

For information about the AEDC Woman’s Club, contact Anne Rinderer, membership chairman, at 248-872-7923.

The social hour of the Feb. 6 meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. at the Lakeside Club followed by the business meeting and program at 10 a.m.

Make reservations to attend no later than Jan. 30 by contacting Liz Jolliffe at or 931-393-2552 or Stephanie Mittuch at or 931-434-5415.

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