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Next STLS Meeting is a POTLUCK DINNER- Tuesday June 5th  beginning at 5:30 pm at the Red Roof Pavilion, Winchester City Park by the bass club
 

Next official meeting will be Wed Aug 1st at 9:30am at the Franklin County Country Club in Winchester
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STLS has activities for everyone! In addition to our interesting and informative monthly Membership Meetings, we provide opportunities for you to get involved with fun people doing fun things, such as:

  • Book Club
  • Bridge, bridge lessons, couples bridge
  • Bunco
  • Rook
  • Poker
  • Mah Jong
  • Travel Group ("Road Trippers")
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Dinner Group
  • Wine Tasting
  • Take a Hike
  • Movie Madness
  • Bible Study / Inspirational Coffee Gatherings
  • Golf


Contact us to learn more - we'd love to have you! The Interest groups are one of the most-favored things about our organization.
Wine and Spirit Tasting Event
Southern Tennessee Ladies Society Host Fundraiser Event to benefit Scholarship Program for Area High School Seniors

Winchester, April 24- The heavy rain didn’t dampen the spirits of those that recently attended the Wine and Spirit Tasting Fundraiser hosted by the Southern Tennessee Ladies Society on April 14th, 2018 at the Franklin County Country Club in Winchester.  

“We had a great turnout for this event,” stated Linda Little, STLS member in charge of spearheading this fundraising event. “We’re so grateful to the continued generosity and support from our vendors, Stones River Total Beverages, Jackson Morgan Whiskey Cream and Prichard’s Distillery. They graciously donated all the wine and liquors that were sampled throughout the night. This is so important because one-hundred percent of the proceeds from this fundraiser go directly into the Scholarship Fund.”

Stones River Total Beverage from Murfreesboro has been partnering with the STLS Fundraiser for well over five years. Charlie Patel, owner, says, “We get a lot of business that comes from Franklin and its surrounding counties and we like to give back. It’s a two-way street.” Total Beverages brought over thirteen red, white and rose wines from around the world for sampling in addition to several liqueurs. The store has a huge selection of wines, liquors and beers and also offers advice on wine pairings for the perfect meal and party planning to make any wedding or event an easier and less stressful experience. Visit them online at www.SRtotalbeverages.com.

“The proof is in the pudding,” says co-founder, Ray Steelman, with a smile, as he generously pours samples of the award winning 30 proof Jackson Morgan Southern Cream liqueur. “I love introducing people to new things because our product is different than the rest, even if I think we’re the best.” Pride runs deep in this 100% Tennessee owned company that is locally hand-crafted in Fayetteville by Spirits of Tennessee. Name-sake siblings, Jackson and Morgan Wetherington have put a new twist on their great grandfather’s family recipe for whiskey cream. ‘Sip and Be Social’ with one of their seven playful flavors, including Southern Bread Pudding, Salted Caramel, Whipped Orange Cream, Banana Pudding, Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Sugar, Peaches & Cream and Peppermint Mocha. These spirits can be sipped, neat, on the rocks, shaken into a vintage cocktail or added to create a new favorite coffee beverage. Check out their website for merchandise, store locations and fun-filled recipes like Peaches and Cream Milkshakes or Banana Cream Whiskey Cupcakes on ‘The Sip’ Blog at www.sipjacksonmorgan.com.













Prichard's Distillery was founded in 1997 and can claim to be the first and most recently, the third, ‘legal’ distillery to start up in Tennessee in nearly fifty years. Old-fashioned, copper-pot stills are used to hand craft a variety of rums, whiskeys and liqueurs. Guests enjoyed sampling Key Lime and Cranberry Rums, Benjamin Prichard’s Tennessee Whiskey and Double Barreled Bourbon. Sweet Lucy, the 70 proof liqueur flavored with apricots, oranges and good bourbon whiskey was tasted and compared to their new spicier twist called, Sweet Lucifer, which is infused with ginger and hot peppers. The public is welcome to come out and visit Prichard’s Distillery for a Tour, Tasting and to Shop at either their Kelso location or in Nashville at the Fontanel Mansion, former home of Barbara Mandrell. They are open every day, except Sunday. Visit them online at www.prichardsdistillery.com.

STLS would also like to thank those in attendance for their financial support of this event and the STLS Scholarship Fund along with Franklin County Country Club for the tasty array of food that complimented the evening, to David Kelly for providing musical entertainment on the keyboard and to the STLS Husbands and others that volunteered to make this a fun-filled and enjoyable event.

STLS "Swing a Club for Scholarships" Golf Tournament
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The STLS 2014 Vintage Hat Tea
First Flight First Place
Don DeGrande and Nick Gilliam
First Flight Third Place
Bertha Bate and Deby Barnett
Second Flight First Place
Bob Greving and David Mansfield
Second Flight Second Place
Terry Bayliss and Katrina Bayliss
Second Flight Third Place
Josiah Laite and Don Bornhorst
Third Flight First Place
Tom Mahler and Barry Snyder
Third Flight Second Place
Bruce Evans and Ron Fernandez
Third Flight Third Place
Jim Thompson and Randy Laszewski
2014 Holiday Market Entertainment
2015 Wine and Spirits Tasting
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March 2015 Meeting (Click on Picture to Enlarge)
STLS "Swing a Club for Scholarships" Golf Tournament
(Click on image to enlarge and see description.)
The STLS 2014 Vintage Hat Tea
First Flight First Place
Don DeGrande and Nick Gilliam
First Flight Third Place
Bertha Bate and Deby Barnett
Second Flight First Place
Bob Greving and David Mansfield
Second Flight Second Place
Terry Bayliss and Katrina Bayliss
Second Flight Third Place
Josiah Laite and Don Bornhorst
Third Flight First Place
Tom Mahler and Barry Snyder
Third Flight Second Place
Bruce Evans and Ron Fernandez
Third Flight Third Place
Jim Thompson and Randy Laszewski
2014 Holiday Market Entertainment
2015 Wine and Spirits Tasting
Click on Picture to Enlarge
March 2015 Meeting (Click on Picture to Enlarge)
STLS "Swing a Club for Scholarships" Golf Tournament
(Click on image to enlarge and see description.)
The STLS 2014 Vintage Hat Tea
First Flight First Place
Don DeGrande and Nick Gilliam
First Flight Third Place
Bertha Bate and Deby Barnett
Second Flight First Place
Bob Greving and David Mansfield
Second Flight Second Place
Terry Bayliss and Katrina Bayliss
Second Flight Third Place
Josiah Laite and Don Bornhorst
Third Flight First Place
Tom Mahler and Barry Snyder
Third Flight Second Place
Bruce Evans and Ron Fernandez
Third Flight Third Place
Jim Thompson and Randy Laszewski
2014 Holiday Market Entertainment
2015 Wine and Spirits Tasting
Click on Picture to Enlarge
March 2015 Meeting (Click on Picture to Enlarge)
STLS "Swing a Club for Scholarships" Golf Tournament
(Click on image to enlarge and see description.)
The STLS 2014 Vintage Hat Tea
First Flight First Place
Don DeGrande and Nick Gilliam
First Flight Third Place
Bertha Bate and Deby Barnett
Second Flight First Place
Bob Greving and David Mansfield
Second Flight Second Place
Terry Bayliss and Katrina Bayliss
Second Flight Third Place
Josiah Laite and Don Bornhorst
Third Flight First Place
Tom Mahler and Barry Snyder
Third Flight Second Place
Bruce Evans and Ron Fernandez
Third Flight Third Place
Jim Thompson and Randy Laszewski
2014 Holiday Market Entertainment
2015 Wine and Spirits Tasting
Click on Picture to Enlarge
March 2015 Meeting (Click on Picture to Enlarge)