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Copper Shed highlight of Beta club meeting

Sorosis Beta met April 19 at the home of Carolyn Rowland. The group traveled to the Copper Shed at Aulne for browsing and shopping, and returned to Rowland’s house for the meeting and refreshments.

Refreshments of nuts, candy, and layered desert were served to 12 members by hostesses Rowland and Diane Glaser.

President Glaser called the meeting to order and prayers were requested for Marion Rosine, Betty Manka, and Norma Patton’s brother-in-law.

The minutes of the March meeting were read and approved. Election of officers for the coming year was held. The slate of officers was unanimously accepted as presented: Arlene Moffett, president; Marilyn Cox, vice president; Sonja Koslowsky, secretary/reporter; and Marquetta Eilerts, treasurer. The officers will be installed at the May meeting.

The treasurer’s report was given. The Community Improvement Committee reported the tree purchased to donate to the city park should be planted in the park soon.

Katherine Ragland won the door prize, which was a hummingbird feeder with nectar.

The next meeting of Sorosis Beta will be at 6:30 p.m. May 17 at Pop’s Diner.

Dianne Glaser closed the meeting with a devotional reading entitled, “Fashion Flowers in a Field.”

Last modified May 3, 2012

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