|Lifestyle Briefs: 06-8-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Saturday, 08 June 2013 08:19|
Theme information at the June 4 meeting told of Black Elk's vision which began when he was four years of age. It culminated many years later when he was promised his people would be free.
Memorial services were held for Helen Bartley, who served as worthy grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Ohio in 1968 and 1972, and for Scott Bradley who served as Greenwood's worthy patron in 2007, and was currently serving as sentinel, a trustee, and president of the Moonlighters Club.
Election of officers was held. Robyn Moellenberg and Lawrence Smith were chosen to lead the chapter in 2014.
Annual reports were read from the Audit and Budget committees as well as the trustees.
The chapter will host members from Port Clinton on June 18 at the Rotary Nature Center located at the Wintergarden Nature Preserve. A picnic meal will be served at 6:30 p.m. followed by a flute performance by Jane Milbrodt and a guest speaker who will give some of the preserve's history.
A 5:30 dinner at Easy Street will precede the next stated meeting on July 2.
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