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Organizations: Alpha Zeta Master (05-02-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Friday, 02 May 2014 10:11
Alpha Zeta Master
On April 22, six members of Alpha Zeta Master Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi International held their regular meeting at Bowling Green Country Club.  
After a luncheon, President Colleen Smith called the meeting to order. She received information regarding the International Convention, to be held Aug. 4-7 in Kansas City, Mo.  International will be celebrating the organization's 85th anniversary and has also sent the chapter a book entitled "The Stars Shine Through" by Lynn Terry.
This book, signed by members of International, will be presented to the family of Nancy Germann in the near future.
Organizations: Pemberville Mental Culture Club (04-30-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 09:30
PEMBERVILLE - The Mental Culture Club met April 8.  Sherrie Sheffler presided over the business meeting and 18 members answered roll call by naming their favorite beach.
Marcena Bockbrader introduced the speaker for the evening, Lois Trumpler from Fostoria.  
She showed a large collection of shells that she had brought.  All shells are the homes of mollusks, which are soft-bodied animals without bones.  Mollusks can be found in fresh and salt water, and on land, in gardens, woods, and even on mountain tops.  Over the years island natives, Indians, and pirates have used shells for jewelry, decorations, communicating, and commerce.
Water pollution has had a negative effect on mollusks.  The increased popularity of collecting shells has made them even more scarce and expensive.  
Organizations: 04-26-14 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Saturday, 26 April 2014 08:13
Middleton Twp. Homemakers
Seven members of the homemakers club and one guest met April 7 at the home of Miriam Aufdenkamp for their annual silent auction.  The funds raised are used to build up the homemakers' treasury.  Each member had brought some home baked items and household items to bid on.
Following the auction Betty Wenig led a brief business meeting.
The group made plans for their annual international dinner to be held May 5 at the home of Barb Limes.  
The country featured will be Italy.  Each woman will fix a food from that country to make a complete meal.  A guest who has recently visited Italy will be in attendance.
Marian Frobose led the club in a craft, where each one made a card or sheet of stationery using colored stamp pads and cut brussels sprouts and romaine lettuce to make the design.  
The evening ended with Wenig serving a choice of pineapple or chocolate pie.
Organizations: Pemberville Legion Auxiliary (04-22-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Tuesday, 22 April 2014 09:35
PEMBERVILLE - The April 2 auxiliary meeting was opened by President Gwen Schroeder-Zulch.
Thank you's were read from the Marie Moor fund for a donation that was given in me more of Cynthia Witte, from Peg Hebler of the Quilitng Eagles for a donation to them.  A flier from Adams Township Unit 553 endorsing Bonnie Gardiner, candidate for First District president for the department auxiliary, was also read.  
The unit has reached their membership goal of 220 paid members for the year.  
The summer convention is June 7 in Wauseon.
Poppy Day will be May 17. Carolyn Borcherding is in charge this year. Anyone interested in helping that day come to the legion hall by 9:30 that morning.   The Ohio Department Convention of the legion and auxiliary will be in Cincinnati July 12-14.  Those interested in going should contact Schroeder-Zulch for reservations.  
Organizations: 04-17-14 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 17 April 2014 09:48
Alpha Zeta Master
Alpha Zeta Master Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi International met April 8 at Bowling Green Country Club, with seven members answering roll call.  Vice President Mary Tonjes led the meeting.
A discussion was held regarding where money for the Girl of the Year should be given.  The item was tabled until the next business meeting for the members to decide.
Treasurer Betty Goodman will be sending money to First Step for their Easter celebration.
Tonjes took names of those planning to attend Founder's Day and will report to Dee Miller.  Founder's Day will be held April 27 at Bowling Green Country Club. The event will begin at 1 p.m. with luncheon served at 1:15.  After the program for Founder's Day has been completed, Ruah Buckingham, City Council vice president, will supervise Rituals with help from each chapter's vice president.
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