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Organizations: 01-23-14 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 23 January 2014 10:20
Silver Cross Circle, King's Daughter's and Sons
Janet DeLong presented a program about The Deacon's Shop at the Jan. 13 meeting.  
According to DeLong, Bud Gallier, a former truant officer, discovered that the reason some children weren't coming to school was because they didn't have suitable clothing and/or shoes. Theople Reynolds, who worked at a downtown dress shop at that time and was a member of First Presbyterian Church, decided to solicit clothing and shoes for those in need.  The Deacons' Shop, as it came to be known, came into being about 40 years ago, through her efforts.  Held in First Presbyterian Church, it has been going strong ever since.  Evelyn Wilkins operated the shop for over 35 years and DeLong is the current manager. The shop is manned by volunteers from the church, those who were helped in the past and want to "pay back" and currently by students at the alternative school.
Individuals, schools, other churches, community agencies and shops in the county have freely donated to the shop.  Leftovers from rummage and garage sales have been welcome additions, especially baby clothes.  All who are in need may come to the shop each Thursday from 9:30 to 11 a.m. for free clothing.
Organizations: 01-09-14 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 09 January 2014 10:23
Pemberville Mental Culture Club
PEMBERVILLE - Twenty club members of the Mental Culture Club gathered Dec. 10 at President Sherrie Sheffler's home for the annual Christmas party.  
For roll call, members shared a favorite Christmas memory or memento.
Jane Kohlenberg read two short stories: "On Santa's Team" and "The Gold Wrapping Paper".  
Kitty Hahn read a New Year's card that Rev. Mr. J. H. Bliss, Dowling Lutheran Church, had written in 1912.
The members signed Christmas cards to send to friends of the club. The balance of the evening was spent visiting and enjoying an elaborate array of desserts.
Organizations: Friendly Town and Country Garden Club (01-08-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Wednesday, 08 January 2014 10:03
The garden club held a Dec. 12 luncheon meeting in the home of Cathy Nelson, Pine Valley Drive, Bowling Green, with 10 members present.  
Patsy Vogelsong and Ruth Ann Beaverson were celebrating December birthdays.
Nelson prepared the luncheon of spiral cut ham, escalloped potatoes, green bean casserole, vegetable salad, apple crumb pie, custard, and mint brownies.
After the luncheon, President Carole Rives held a short business meeting.  She presented everyone present with a felt snowman, which she had designed and made.
After the business meeting, fresh flowers and greenery were available for everyone present to make a centerpiece in their own container.  A dollar Christmas gift exchange followed.
Organizations: Pemberville Legion Auxiliary (01-07-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Tuesday, 07 January 2014 11:10
PEMBERVILLE - The auxiliary's Dec. 6 Christmas party was held at the Higher Grounds Coffee Shop.
Fourteen members were present for the meal, at which new member Julia Zeek was welcomed.
The ALA Department Mid-Winter Conference will be held Jan. 17-18 in Columbus. Anyone who wishes to attend is to contact Denise Conrad.
A monetary donation was received from Larry Witker for postage to send boxes to the troops overseas. Thank you notes were received from the legion and the Department of Ohio Buckeye Girls State Endowment. Girls State will again be held at Mount Union in June.
The auxiliary will remember area families through either a monetary act or the gift of clothes or household items. Zoey Schroeder, junior member, is making shoe boxes for battered women.
Organizations: Alpha Delta Master (01-04-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Saturday, 04 January 2014 09:20
Ilse Thomas hosted the December meeting of Alpha Delta Master in her home, with 10 members present. She first served a holiday luncheon.
Dolores Black read a note from Larry Germann expressing appreciation for the flowers the chapter had sent in memory of his late wife, Nancy Germann, a longtime chapter member.
Hammer distributed city membership rosters.
Darlene Hecht reported that there was no angel tree at the Woodland Mall, so members agreed to give a donation to a food pantry.
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