10 Things About Maggie T. Watkins & Salvation Army, San Diego Women’s Auxiliary

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“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Since 1865, the Salvation Army’s 1.5 million members have been dedicated to doing the most good by meeting human need wherever, whenever and however they can. Every program offered by the Salvation Army is rooted in their passion for serving the lost, the vulnerable, the needy, the poor, the hurting, the helpless and the hopeless. By Co-Chairing the Salvation Army’s Women of Dedication Luncheon, Maggie T. Watkins will help raise crucial funds for local programs which address family violence, child abuse, unemployment, mothers in crisis, senior services and more.

10 Things About Maggie T. Watkins & Salvation Army, San Diego Women’s Auxiliary

#1 I was born in Princeton, New Jersey, but when I was 5 years old, my father took a job in San Francisco and we moved to Orinda, California.

#2 If we did not live in San Diego, we would choose Cabo San Lucas. We had our honeymoon there, have had a condo there for 20 years which we recently sold, and have just bought a house there.

#3 I love to get up early and run, but I will party late, given the opportunity!

#4 I have a Whoodle – Wheaten Terrier and Poodle mix. His name is Mr. Bojangles, which is too big for a 35-pound dog, so we call him Bo. Best dog ever.

#5 I was in an infomercial with soap star Susan Lucci using her microdermabrasion product. It aired for a couple of years.

#6 I would like to master the jitterbug. I love to dance.

#7 If I have free time, I go for a run.

#8 If I could write one law that everyone had to obey, it would be – “Be kind to everyone”.

#9 The Salvation Army provided emergency food and shelter to hundreds of San Diegans during the Pandemic, as well as Day Care for children whose parents were first responders.

#10 The Salvation Army’s programs are primarily supported through contributions from individuals, businesses and family foundations, with 81% of every dollar going directly to local programs. All monies raised will remain in San Diego to benefit social service programs of The Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army, San Diego Women’s Auxiliary
“Women of Vision, Looking to a Brighter Future”
September 17, 2021
10:30 am – 1:30 pm
San Diego Marriott Marquis
sdsawa.salvationarmy.org

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