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Organizations: United Women Educators (11-14-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:25
United Women Educators
President Teri Hansen welcomed 25 members and guests to Art-a-Site in downtown Bowling Green for the Oct. 22 UWE meeting. She thanked Lois Zeh for arranging the venue.
Mini grant forms have been distributed to school districts. Sharon Nigh said two grant applications have already been received.
The UWE scrapbooks completed by Zeh are in the Jerome Library archives at BGSU.
Marianne Hoare collected monetary donations, gift cards and stamps for the Cocoon Shelter.
Zeh introduced Becky Laabs, artist and former art teacher at Bowling Green High School.  Laabs told how she developed Art-a-Site, beginning in 2008 by representing the work of 12 area artists. The gallery now represents 125 artists, in a variety of media and wide range of price points. Art education classes are offered for people of all ages. Art-a-Site, at 116 S. Main, is on Facebook.
Laabs guided members in experimenting with water color techniques to each produce a matted painting of fall leaves.
Organizations: Middleton Twp. Homemakers (11-13-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 November 2013 11:00
Middleton Twp. Homemakers
On Nov. 4 nine members of the Middleton Township Homemakers met at Grounds for Thought Coffee Shop in Bowling Green.
Marian Frobose led the women in making an early Christmas decoration.  Each one had brought their own Christmas ribbon which was used along with pine cones, supplied by Marty Almanson, to make a seasonal door hanging. Each one was unique. Everyone felt this helped them get into the mood to begin preparations for Christmas.
While working on their decorations, members enjoyed beverages from Grounds for Thought as well as pumpkin cookies baked by Almanson.
Betty Wenig, club president, held a brief business meeting. Members were reminded of the Christmas meeting coming up on Dec. 2. It will be held at the home of Kristel Asmus at 6:15. All of the members and their guests traditionally have a very good time at the annual party.
Organizations: King's Daughters (11-12-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Tuesday, 12 November 2013 10:17
King's Daughters
Seventeen members and one guest were present for the Oct. 21 meeting of the International Order of the King's Daughters and Sons held at First United Methodist Church.  
Hostesses Jane Milbrodt and Bonnie Woods served refreshments from a table featuring fall decorations.
Following devotions presented by Bonnie Woods, Kate Summerfeld, director of United Way in Wood County, spoke. She asked the group what the most urgent need is in Wood County and transportation, medical assistance, housing were all suggested but the answer was food.  United Way is part of the Food Pantry Network which is aware of where people in need can go to get food. United Way was the fiscal sponsor of BG's recent Project Homeless Connect day, joined by many partner agencies and volunteers. Food was available all day and groceries were sent home with participants.
Organizations: Alpha Delta Master (11-07-13) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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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.
Organizations: 11-05-13 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Tuesday, 05 November 2013 10:38
Mid-Morning Belles
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.
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