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Alpha Delta Master
The Oct. 8 meeting of the Beta Sigma Phi chapter was held at 7 p.m. at Stadium View.
Dolores Black, chair, reported the service committee would meet later in the month to discuss chapter
donations to local agencies and families. Harriet Rosebrock presented several exquisite baby blankets to
be donated from the St. Mark’s quilters to the Cocoon Shelter.
A fish fry is slated at Hammer and Crusa’s at 4:30 p.m. today.
Guest speaker was Christy Johnson, founder and general manager of The Cookie Jar and More. She and
partner Maureen Lanigan, opened the innovative company three years ago. Both women learned to bake from
their grandparents. They make their dough from scratch every day and bake the cookies on order for
dine-in, pickup, or free delivery. They have shipped cookies as far as South Africa, Japan, Zimbabwe,
and Hungary. Unique selections include the chocolate potato chip cookie, nerds cookie, pumpkin pecan
cookie, the Darth Vader, and dog treats. Their business plan includes giving back to the Bowling Green
community. In 2007, The Cookie Jar was mentioned in "Best Hometowns in Ohio," and Ohio
Magazine has called it "the best of the best."
Jean Lanning and Black will host the next meeting Nov. 12 at 11:30 a.m. at Stadium View. Black’s program
is Special Olympics.
Mid Morning Belles
PEMBERVILLE – The Oct. 28 meeting was held at the home of Wilma Rolf. She served a brunch of fruit cups
and coffee cake.
Eleven members answered roll call with "What hurts me most?"
Marcena Bockbrader read "Doughboy" aloud.
Senior councilor Virgini Shammo opened by reading "Men are Happier."
Secretary-treasurer Gayleen Smith collected dues for 2010.
For the program, physical therapist Doug Munson from Progressive Therapy Alternatives Inc. gave a talk on
the Fall Prevention and Balance Program. Questions and answers followed.
The next meeting will be held Nov. 18 at Bockbrader’s home. The topic will be the John Wille murder,
presented by Dale Bruning.

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