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Organizations: Alpha Zeta Master (10-22-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Tuesday, 22 October 2013 09:52
Seven chapter members met Oct. 8 at Bowling Green Country Club for lunch.
President Colleen Smith led the business meeting that followed.
Linda Harden read City Council minutes and passed around the roster for each member to check the spelling and other information available.  A discussion regarding Beta Sigma Phi city council by-laws followed.
Marilyn Pahl reminded the members about Exemplar Night, to be held Oct. 24 at Klotz Greenhouse. The chapter members have been assigned duties. Members are to arrive by 4:30 p.m. to prepare the room for the guests. Nancy Germann hopes to have a count of those planning to attend by early next week. Each member will provide a dessert. Alpha Zeta Chapter expects a nice crowd.
Organizations: 10-10-13 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 10 October 2013 10:49
Middleton Township Homemakers
On Monday Oct. 7 eight members of the Middleton Township Homemakers toured the Victorian style home of Randy and Colleen Sheeks.  It is located in the country, on Huffman Road south of Bowling Green.  Colleen Sheeks led the tour.  It was like stepping back in time, and the home was very beautifully decorated in accurate period style.  The homemakers gave a donation to Sheeks to be given to the Wood County Humane Society in appreciation for the tour.
After the tour the members returned to the home of Miriam Aufdenkamp for a brief business meeting. President Betty Wenig shared home security information supplied by the Wood County Sheriff's office. She also gave information about the Wood County 4-H Quilt Square Trail.
A discussion was held about the next two upcoming meetings. The next meeting will be held at Grounds for Thought on Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. The members will be doing a simple but lovely Christmas craft.  
Organizations: 10-03-13 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 03 October 2013 09:42
Salon 741, 8/40
LUCKEY - The 8/40 Wood County Salon No. 741 held their potluck dinner and installation of officers on Sept. 12 at Luckey Legion Post hall.
The 2013-2014 officers were installed by Denise Bossetti, chapeau departmental d' Ohio, from Huron. The officers are: L' secretaire-caissiere, Betty Briggs from Perrysburg; L' concierge, Tammy Firsdon, Bowling Green; Le demi chapeau deuxieme, Darlene Hanneman, Kalida; Le demi chapeau premier, Gloria Verbeke from McClure; L'archiviste, Anne Michel from Pemberville; L'aumonier, Shirley Davis, Luckey; Le chapeau, Patricia Agner, Ottawa; and L' avocate, Darline Weaver, Weston.
Tammy Firsdon, who is the new le demi chapeau premier national, gave the report from the Summer La March held in Sandusky. Salon 741 did very well on awards and trophies collected for their work for the prevention and control of lung and respiratory diseases in children.
The next meeting will be held in Van Wert on Oct. 10 at the home of Alice Pettijohn. Be ready for cookie dough sales again this fall.
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