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Organizations: Women's Club of Bowling Green (11-20-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:31
The club met on Nov. 6 at the Heritage Georgian Room.
President Evelyn Bachman welcomed guests Jim Gordon, Bob Blinn and Brian Stretchbery.
Corky Nosek, the GFWC state president, installed 10 new members: Jo Sipes, Judy Miller, Linda Myers, Deb McLean, Lola Judson, Tracy Newton, Lynne Comings, Joy Hobson, Karmen Concannon and Delia Ramirez.
Nosek performed a sign language version of " Rainbow Connection" as a tribute in memory of Joan Gordon.
Melanie Stretchbery gave an informative presentation on the Northwest Ohio Honor Flight emphasizing the veteran's emotions with pictures. She spoke about their patriotism, love of country and willingness to sacrifice.
Organizations: 11-19-13 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Tuesday, 19 November 2013 10:29
Lybarger-Grimm Legion Unit 441
TONTOGANY - Patti Wires opened the Nov. 6 auxiliary meeting, with six members present. Rita Euler offered prayer.
2014 membership dues are still being accepted. Send dues to Wires at P.O. Box 153, Tontogany, OH 43565. Call her at (419) 823-4233.  Paid dues are currently at 81; goal is 117.
Arthur Eagleson's family sent a donation for the funeral dinner served.
A sympathy card will be sent to Phyllis Johnston for her brother's passing.
On Nov. 20 members will pack boxes for the troops at 6 p.m. Chili and chicken sandwiches will be served afterwards.
Organizations: Greenwood OES (11-16-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Saturday, 16 November 2013 09:50
Greenwood OES
A dinner at Panera preceded the Nov. 5 meeting.
Worthy Matron Denise Zephier opened with theme information on the Wiping of the Tears, a ceremony performed one year after a loved one's death.  It provide prayers to nourish the mourners spiritually, spiritual food for physical nourishment, words and hugs of comfort. The chanupa is ceremonially smoked and tears are ceremonially wiped away. A meal is then shared and a give-away is done.
Zephier offered Lakota proverbs.
The rescheduled Lia Sophia jewelry party will now be held Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the chapter dining room. This is open to all members and guests. A small elevator at the rear of the building takes you to the third floor. The party will benefit the district 3Gs committee who raise funds to benefit line grand officer Gail Walsh, now worthy grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Ohio.
Organizations: 11-15-13 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Friday, 15 November 2013 11:09
Paul C. Ladd VFW Auxiliary 1148
The auxiliary held their regular meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 21 at 719 S. Main, Bowling Green.
All yearly donations have been met. The auxiliary has held a few bake sales at fish fries and a combined garage, bake and crafts sale Oct. 28 to raise money. The last sales proceeds will be divided with the post.
The Nov. 18 auxiliary meeting will be inspection by District 1. There will be a potluck at 6 p.m. and meeting at 7. Members are invited to attend.
Also slated is a Veterans Day dinner this Saturday, at 6:30 p.m. at the post home, for both post and auxiliary members.
Membership dues are to be in to the auxiliary by Dec. 15 so as to ensure that the member in question will not be in default on Jan. 1.
Organizations: United Women Educators (11-14-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:25
United Women Educators
President Teri Hansen welcomed 25 members and guests to Art-a-Site in downtown Bowling Green for the Oct. 22 UWE meeting. She thanked Lois Zeh for arranging the venue.
Mini grant forms have been distributed to school districts. Sharon Nigh said two grant applications have already been received.
The UWE scrapbooks completed by Zeh are in the Jerome Library archives at BGSU.
Marianne Hoare collected monetary donations, gift cards and stamps for the Cocoon Shelter.
Zeh introduced Becky Laabs, artist and former art teacher at Bowling Green High School.  Laabs told how she developed Art-a-Site, beginning in 2008 by representing the work of 12 area artists. The gallery now represents 125 artists, in a variety of media and wide range of price points. Art education classes are offered for people of all ages. Art-a-Site, at 116 S. Main, is on Facebook.
Laabs guided members in experimenting with water color techniques to each produce a matted painting of fall leaves.
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