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Organizations: 12-05-13 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 05 December 2013 10:14
Mid-Morning Belles
The Nov. 20 meeting of the Mid-Morning Belles Homemakers' Club was held at Carolyn Borcherding's home. Ten members and one guest were present and enjoyed a breakfast of coffee cake, cookies, and a squash-apple dish.  
The speaker was Chief Sheriff Deputy Eric Reynolds, who is a history buff and a Civil War re-enactor.  His talk centered on the day-to-day life of a Union soldier, especially regarding the clothes, gear, and the gun which would have been issued to the troops.  He brought reproductions of all of these things to the meeting, and left the group with new insights about the war, the soldiers, the contributions that women and other civilians made to the cause, and certainly with a deeper appreciation of the hardships and sacrifice those soldiers went through. A donation was made to the D.A.R.E. program in appreciation of the presentation.
A brief business meeting followed and officers were elected.  
The Christmas meeting and luncheon will be held at the Pemberville Library Community Room on Dec. 11.
Organizations: Pemberville Legion Auxiliary (12-03-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Tuesday, 03 December 2013 10:23
PEMBERVILLE - The auxiliary met Nov. 6.
Kay Brueggemeier introduced Linda Dunmeyer and Peg Hebler, of the "Quilting Eagles" quilting club. It has a membership of 25 retired employees of the Eastwood Schools with five on the waiting list.  These women started making quilts for Eastwood children and now make quilts for "Quilts for Valor".  These quilts are sent to Germany for soldiers coming back from Iran, Iran and other places who are hospitalized in Germany, many wounded or suffering from PTSD. One quilts costs $200-$250, funded through the club members and donations from the public.  To donate cash, send checks to "Quilts for Valor" 1260 Lemoyne Road, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551.  The quilts are made of 100 percent cotton which is hard to find, and there are other stipulations to be met before the quilt can be sent overseas.
The auxiliary voted to give the Quilting Eagles a $500 donation to help with postage and material.
Organizations: Friends of the Pemberville Public Library (11-27-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 10:10
At their November meeting, Friends of the Pemberville Public Library finalized plans for the upcoming Christmas Home tour, to be held Saturday, Dec. 7 from 2-7 p.m.  
Tickets are available through Dec. 7 at the Pemberville Library and will be available at the homes on the day of the tour.
This year's tour includes the homes of Corey and Deb Seem, 6612 Holcomb Road; Ben and Brianne Frobose, 6375 Holcomb Road.; Ty  and Chelsea Daniels, 16657 Eisenhour Road; and Phil and Renee Farmer, 2865 Sampson Road.  Refreshments will be provided by the Friends at the library during the tour.
Organizations: Alpha Zeta Master (11-23-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Saturday, 23 November 2013 18:25
Alpha Zeta Master Chapter Beta Sigma Phi International met Nov. 12 at the Bowling Green Country Club with seven members present.  
Following lunch, President Colleen Smith conducted the meeting. A moment of silence was observed in memory of long-time member Nancy Germann who died the previous week. The members extended a thank you to Smith and Marilyn Pahl who provided food for the families at the funeral home, and to Vickie Harris for letting each chapter know the time of BSP memorial service. A thank you was read from Xi Gamma Kappa Chapter for Exemplar Night which was held Oct. 24.
Organizations: 11-21-13 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 21 November 2013 11:03
Laureate Gamma Sigma
Six members attended the Nov. 18 meeting at the home of President Judy Robinson, who began by reading an article about Thanksgiving.
The Nov. 11 social was attended by five members.
It was voted to participate in the Shop with a Cop program of the Wood County Fraternal Order of Police, by giving a $200 donation.
The Avon orders have been delivered.
The service committee will be in charge of getting a Santa for his annual visit to the fire hall in December.
Following the meeting, members assembled and wrapped 30 packages of cookies and cocoa packets to be taken to the Otsego Food Pantry in Grand Rapids.
The hostess served dessert.
The next meeting will be Dec. 2 at the home of Barbara Heiman.
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