|Organizations: Greenwood OES (11-16-13)||| Print ||
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 16 November 2013 09:50|
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.
Moonlighters Club will meet prior to the jewelry party, at 6:30.
The regional school of instruction is Nov. 23. Contact 2014 Worthy Matron Robyn Moellenberg (419-352-1007) or Secretary Karen Schwab (419-352-5760) for details.
The chapter will join with Wood County Lodge in the Bowling Green holiday parade on Nov. 23. Anyone interested in participating should contact Moellenberg.
A 5:45 dinner at Easy Street will precede the next stated meeting on Dec. 3.