JOPLIN, Mo. — Meanwhile, others in Joplin did a little scrapbookin’ today.
The annual “Snowflake Crop” event was hosted by members of the “Creative Memories Independent” group.
Attendees dressed in pajamas for the monthly session, to catch up with one another and create scrapbooks.
They also share new ideas and make new projects, all with a chance to win a grand prize.
Lori Layne is an advisor of “Creative Memories Independent”.
She says the group is a community and is very welcoming to one another.
“It is a community and it’s great because it’s something that everybody has in common. So these ladies have gotten to know each other, and they enjoy coming and catching up on each other’s lives and their families. So the great thing about our group is they’re so welcoming — so even somebody brand new wants to come and try it out. They’ll act like they’ve known you for years and you’ll have the best time, because you’ll just become part of their community,” said Lori Layne, Creative Memories Independent Advisor.
“Creative Memories Independent” has more events to come.