Kamp to existing at P.E.O. Chapter LP luncheon TuesdayChapter LP of the P.E.O. Global Sisterhood fulfilled on Tuesday, June 14 at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church to deal with an agenda of current and future chapter business enterprise similar to membership progress, fundraising, foreseeable future systems and distinctive gatherings. The 1 p.m. meeting was organized and performed by president Beverly Fletcher who very first identified the hostess of the working day, Carol Collins, for the provision of delicious refreshments liked by members and guests. Plans chair Joanne Becker released the afternoon’s guest speaker, Dr. Richard Warner, retired nearby dentist and historian in his presentation of “The Middle Years” in the city’s record. Warner presented an illustrated lecture highlighted by color slides, video clip clips and enlarged black-and-white images to address 4 decades in the city’s historical past, which coincided with Chapter LP’s software series in recognition of the city’s 176th birthday. Dr. Warner is president of Preserve Council Bluffs and vice president of the Pottawattamie County Historical Society.
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Previously on Might 10, with commentary by Joanne Becker, Chapter LP concentrated on the will work and existence of Iowa artist George W. Simons (1834-1917). Simons’ sketches, paintings, and depictions of the Iowa landscape, native Us citizens dwelling on the land, log cabins, town constructions, tepees, steam boats, the Mormon Settlement, wagon trains and a myriad of other impressions brought him national recognition for his exclusive model of regionalism. His earlier association with the railroad pioneer, Grenville Dodge, and his want for employment, prompted Simons to relocate his loved ones in 1853 from Illinois to what was identified as Kanesville — now Council Bluffs. With the exception of becoming a member of the Union Army in 1862 and his tenure in the navy all through the Civil War, Simons lived and worked at his creative trade, together with a stint as a photographer, in the better Council Bluffs location for a overall of 53 years. The will work of George Simons can be observed on watch at the Council Bluffs Community Library, the Dodge Residence and inside of the lasting collections of the Hoff Family Center for Arts and Lifestyle (Rate) and the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha.
Chapter LP customers, friends and future customers will fulfill again on Tuesday, June 28, at noon for a Summer months Salad luncheon in the Fellowship Hall of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 600 Bluffs St. Distinctive guest speaker will be Drew Kamp, president of the Better Council Bluffs Chamber of Commerce, who will present an illustrated chat entitled “Where we have been and exactly where are we likely as a Town.
P.E.O. Chapter FK discusses condition conferenceP.E.O. Chapter FK satisfied on June 10 at the Council Bluffs Place Club. Thirty associates were being in attendance. Linda Frost and Kathy Mahan were being hostesses with spring bouquets decorating the desk and cupcakes for dessert. Julie Morton presented the fundraiser, which was a choice of wine accessories. Beth Keenan was the lucky winner!
Courses were provided by President Patti Ford, with the support of Jan Stone and Marsha Grandick, who experienced served as guards at the State Convention. A Powerpoint presentation was provided showing the highlights of the State Conference, held June 4 in Des Moines. A daisy and stars bouquet was provided to sister Pat Peterson. Pat has been a member of P.E.O. considering that 1946. A set of coasters, that will be the 2023 point out fundraiser, was presented to Linda Tapke as the most recent member in attendance.
Corresponding Secretary Kathy Thompson shared a thank you observe from Charmaine Kaiser for her present as our outgoing Vice-President. Kathy shared an invitation to a Zoom assembly on June 27 at 6:30 p.m. to meet up with and greet our new Iowa State P.E.O. Govt Board. There will be a check out working day at Cottey University, Oct. 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for any member wishing to go to. Far more information to abide by.
Linda Frost gave a report on the Iowa P.E.O. Job Fund.
Our subsequent conference will be on July 8 at the Council Bluffs Country Club.
P.E.O. Chapter MF discusses pores and skin treatmentP.E.O. Chapter MF fulfilled on June 2 at the Council Bluffs Nation Club for its regular regular monthly conference, with Nancy White as hostess. Discussion was held regarding proposed amendments slated for the Iowa Point out Conference, which was held June 4 in Des Moines. Symbolizing the chapter were being Mary Stuhr and Judy Hughes.
The system was presented by Lauren Lakatos, daughter of our personal Cindy Lakatos, on skin care for the experience and the importance of being familiar with “SPF is your BFF,” primarily as we age. We thank Lauren for her time and for the pores and skin care samples.