After reading about the Little Black Dress Club in “Whats Up”, a local magazine in Annapolis, MD, Mary Murdock decided she wanted in on the most exclusive social networking club in her area.
Volunteering, cooking, hiking, and biking in her spare time, Mary is very involved with the Social Services Dept in her county. Volunteering as a mentor for At-Risk children, she says that it is one of the best hobbies that she has and finds it to be very rewarding. Being the go to person for the Annapolis region who plans the meetings, luncheons, and holiday get togethers for her company, Mary felt like she had a head start in event planning and would make a great new Director for the Annapolis Chapter in Maryland.
A tentative date of Wednesday March 20th has been set for Marys first event. Hosting a wine and cheese meet and greet, offering a few raffle prizes, and bringing together her LBDC members is a top priority for Mary. She is anxiously awaiting the opportunity to meet with these ladies, get to know them, and plan more events for 2013.
Mary says, “Annapolis has so much to offer: the Chesapeake Bay, and a great history. It is a small town, but there are a lot of different cultures and people who live here that make it exciting.” Sounds like finding local venues, unknown restaurants, and exciting and hidden treasures in Annapolis is going to be lots of fun for this LBDC Chapter.
Mary’s philosophy on life has always been to live a life with no regrets. Getting started as the new Director for the Little Black Dress Club has given her a great opportunity to live life with fun and adventure, and no regrets. As Maya Angelou once said, “You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don't make money your goal. Instead, pursue the things you love doing, and then do them so well that people can't take their eyes off you.” Mary loves this quote and can relate to it on many levels.
Mary believes it is so important to have friendship and bonds between women. She says, “We provide the strength to each other when we least expect it. The knowledge and different experiences that so many women have, is exciting and can be shared between us.”
Just what the LBDC was created for, Mary. It sounds like the Annapolis Chapter is in good hands. Make sure to like them on Facebook and feel free to email Mary here for more information on joining the Annapolis chapter!
National Director, LBDC