Four Flames of Honor – A Tribute to Military Wives, 2017 Spouse Appreciation event

I’m honored to have been invited to participate in the 2017 Spouse Appreciation event to be held at Fort Gordon Army Base, Georgia, on May 12th . At the event, I will be reading the award-winning poem Four Flames of Honor – A Tribute to Military Wives taken from my book, Bounce! Don’t Break… during a candle lighting ceremony in which four     read more

Out and About

March 25, 2014 Lancaster Christian Women’s Club 11:30 AM Captain Galley’s Restaurant Contact: Benita 803.285.8046 April 17, 2014 Charlotte Christian Women’s Club 9:00 AM Cabarus Country Club Contact: Cindy 704.806.4944 6:30 PM Cabarus Country Club Contact: Debbie 704.458.1792

Trenton Country Gardeners

Everyone enjoyed the water conservation skit performed by members of the Trenton Country Garden Club at the club’s October meeting held at the home of Dianne Yonce. Betty Jackson, Penny Hunt and Jan Burch used watering cans to demonstrate an easy way to conserve water. Rather than allowing water to run down the drain as you wait for hot water     read more

Little White Squirrel Is Teacher’s Pet

From The Edgefield Advertiser – Oldest Newspaper in South Carolina “Johnston Elementary Principal Bruce Lee sponsored a special faculty meeting for his teachers recently by having author Penny Hunt as guest speaker. Prior to reading her book Little White Squirrel’s Secret, Mrs. Hunt spoke to the local educators stating “ This is a book of encouragement for all of us     read more

Upcoming Appearances

April 2013 appearances: National Day of Prayer Theme: Pray for America Based on Matthew 12:21 “In His name the nations will put their hope.” May 2, 2013 7:00 – 8:00 PM Johnston-Edgefield-Trenton Middle School 1095 Columbia Road Johnston, SC 29832 No reservations required Watch for new listings!

Marshmallow Misstep!

Girl reading a book
For days before driving to Brevard, NC and the 5th Annual White Squirrel Festival, where I spent two wonderful days reading and signing books at The White Squirrel Shoppe, I was stumped! What could I bring as a snack for the children that was not messy, did not pose a choking hazard, was allergy-free and did not have a paper wrapping? Nuts were obviously out as were lollipops, candy kisses and crumbly pretzel sticks. Thinking, “What would white squirrels like to eat that children like too?” it suddenly came to me. Marshmallows! I could offer the children white, fluffy marshmallows and have a little fun with it all claiming it to be a favorite food of white squirrels!