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|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|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.
Alpha Zeta Master
Alpha Zeta Master Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi met Sept. 24 at the Bowling Green Country Club with 10 members present. Following lunch, President Colleen Smith opened the business meeting.
Nancy Germann reported the progress of Exemplar Night. It will be held Oct. 24 at Klotz Cafe. Rose Emmerich reviewed the jobs of each member and told the menu. Each member is responsible for a dessert. Chapter members are to arrive by 4:30 p.m. to set up. A discussion was held regarding the number of prizes required for bingo. Plans will be finalized at the next business meeting.
Smith thanked Germann and the social committee for the annual picnic held Sept. 21.
MaryAnn Book passed around a list of items needed by First Step during the coming year. Each member will bring items to the next business meeting.
Marilyn Pahl gave a program on Flags. She suggested that members look around their neighborhood at the variety of flags flying.
A social hour followed.
The next business meeting will be Tuesday, Oct. 8. Rose Emmerich will give the program.
Friendly Town and Country Garden Club
The September meeting was held at the Whitehouse Inn where members gathered for lunch.
In the absence of President Carole Rives, Patsy Vogelsong held a short business meeting. Also present for the meeting were members Ruth Ann Beaverson, Royce Beaverson, Dorothy Cromley, Karen Dauer, Diane Guthrie and Marg Richendollar.
Gloria Green celebrated a September birthday.
After the lunch and meeting, six of the members went to the Butterfly House on Obee Road in Whitehouse. There they sat and visited while watching the many colorful butterflies. They also visited the gift shop.
The next meeting will be Oct. 10. The group will go to Panera Bread on Airport Highway for lunch, and then to Nature's Corner around 1:30 for a program and tour of the nursery.
Visitors are always welcome. Anyone who would like to join the garden club may come to Nature's Corner and let Rives know that they are interested.
PEMBERVILLE - The Sept. 25 meeting of the Mid-Morning Belles Homemakers Club was hosted by Eloise Reitzel with nine members in attendance.
Carolyn Borcherding opened the meeting with a reading, "Random Acts of Kindness." Heidi Phillips from the Wood County Extension Office presented an informative program on "Salt Savvy." She gave everyone a sample of an herb mixture she made which can be used as a salt substitute.
A report was given about the district meeting held Sept. 24 at the local extension office.
The Belles group will travel to Penta County for their next meeting on Oct. 23 to enjoy a lunch cooked by the culinary students.