|Lifestyle Briefs: 06-19-12|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 19 June 2012 08:55|
Knauss-Snyder reunion June 30 in Bowling Green
Tammy Knauss Premo and Jerry W. Knauss have organized a family reunion to be held June 30 at 11 a.m. at the Masonic Stone Shelter, Bowling Green City Park.
All descendents of Fred and Pearl Knauss, Luckey, and Anna and George Snyder, Dowling, are welcome. Family members from California and Florida are planning to be present. Hot dogs will be provided, but those attending are asked to bring a dish to share, their beverage and table service.
This will be the first Knauss-Snyder reunion to be held in close to 40 years.
Lakeside women's convention July 11
The Lakeside Federation of Women will hold their 118th annual convention at Lakeside on July 11.
The meeting will begin at Green Gables, historic home of the Lakeside Women's Club. The morning program will feature Jan Rader from Columbus, who will give a history of American Sign Language and teach a song in sign.
Luncheon will be held at the Lakeside United Methodist Church. Following the meal Karen Westgate will present harp music. She teaches at Terra State College and gives private harp lessons.
Afternoon speaker will be Polly Albrecht from Lakeside who will tell about "Aprons Hanging from My Clothesline." Passionate about history and collecting antiques, she will share stories from the past and her love of aprons.
Lakeside Federation of Women is made up of women's clubs who meet to study a variety of subjects. Clubs in this area include the Woman's Club of Bowling Green, as well as clubs in Arcadia, Carey, Findlay, Tiffin and Bloomville.
The convention is open to any interested women. For more information and registration call 419-798-1452. Registration deadline is June 30.
Award-winning chef to teach cooking classes
MAUMEE - Degage Jazz Cafe and Fine Dining Cooking School will host a class titled "Sauce Espagnole, Sauce Tomate and Their Secondary Sauces" on June 28 from 7-9 p.m.
In addition to instruction in sauce making, the evening will include appetizers, one glass of wine, copies of all recipes, and a chance for class members to take home what they make.
The instuctor will be Joseph Jacobsen, award winning chef from the French Culinary Institute in New York. All utensils and equipment needed will be provided. The fee is $30 for new students and $25 for returning students.
The event will be held in the cafe's Langley Hall, 301 River Road, Maumee.
Call 419-794-8456, extension 3, or visit degagejazzcafe.com to sign up.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 June 2012 08:56|
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