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|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 05 November 2013 10:38|
Nine members of the Mid-Morning Belles Homemakers Club traveled to Penta County Career Center for their October meeting, to enjoy lunch at the restaurant operated by the Culinary Arts Department. The food and service were outstanding, and foods such as Autumn salad, French onion soup, roasted mushroom panini, BBQ burger, jerk chicken, lime tartlet and chocolate cheesecake were served.
Carolyn Borcherding shared a humorous reading, "The Fur is Flying," as written by a dog.
Some members also visited the gift shop in the Floral Dept. after lunch.
It was decided that in lieu of a gift exchange at the club's Christmas meeting, money will be given to a local food bank.
The next meeting will be held Nov. 20 at Carolyn Borcherding's home.
Alpha Zeta Master
Exemplar Night was hosted by Alpha Zeta Master Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi International on Oct. 24 at Klotz Cafe. President Colleen Smith welcomed all the members and Betty Goodman gave the prayer.
The committee served lasagna and salad. Following the main meal, the members played bingo and enjoyed popcorn with everyone receiving a prize. After bingo the guests ate a variety of desserts.
The committee, Marilyn Pahl, Nancy Germann and Rose Emmerich, was thanked for a terrific job.
Alpha Zeta had a short business meeting. Goodman took a count of those planning to attend The Valentine Theater performance on Nov. 24. She will purchase tickets for the members.
A thank you was read from First Step for items received. Money will be sent to First Step for Thanksgiving to help with the dinners. The service committee will select a family for Christmas to support. More details will follow at a later date.
The members thanked Gene Klotz for providing the cafe for BSP to use.
The next business meeting will be Nov. 12 and Marilyn Glenn will present the program.