|Organizations: Alpha Delta Master (11-07-13)||| Print ||
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 07 November 2013 10:19|
Alpha Delta Master
The October meeting was held in Juniper Hall at Stadium View with 10 members present. Darlene Hecht served a luncheon featuring her homemade tacos.
President Sonja Hammer reported receiving a condolence letter and book for honorary member Joan Gordon's family. Members signed the book, and Jean Lanning volunteered to give it to Gordon's family.
Dolores Black reported that the social committee met Oct. 8 at Georgette's Grounds and Gifts, to hear a talk on the history of the restaurant related to the Sunshine Foundation and Home. She also reported on the Schedel Gardens outing. Four members toured the gardens and had lunch at the Speed Trap in Woodville.
Hammer distributed the citywide Beta Sigma Phi roster. Treasurer Elaine Spence will send payment to City Council Treasurer Chris Nickey.
Ann Bowers, current BGSU archivist for the National Student Affairs Association and former head BGSU archivist, presented a program on local history documents that are held at the BGSU Center for Archival Collections. She told of a diary kept by a homemaker in the early 20th century, liquor black lists of the late 19th century, and the use of jails as lodging places for transients in the 1930s. She said the CAC holds manuscripts and photos from the Civil War, religious history, family histories, books, maps, and newspapers. It is open to the public.
Dee Miller will host the Nov. 14 meeting at Stadium View. Brian Craft, BG's director of public works, will describe the city's recycling program.