The World War II study group traveled to Hearne to tour the WWII Prisoner of War Museum at Camp Hearne.
The October 18 New Members Brunch at The Egg and I was a huge success, thanks to Membership Chair Mickie Warnell. New member honorees are (back row, left to right: Bobbyee Oliver, Sue Blackwell, Eileen Holzman, Pat Dillard, Georgia Kapezynski, Judith Williams, Cori Rhodes, Joanne Cannizzaro. Front row Carmen Encarnacion (left) and Kishiko Busby.
Canasta players continue to meet twice each month for informal play and fun conversation. Shown standing, left to right are Janeth McGuire, Rita Clanton and Nancy Capet-Davis. Sitting, left to right are Pat Sledge, Mabel Lee Golden, Elaine Batchelor, Maggie Sanders and Gloria Walker.
Community Service Chair Pat Hutyra presents a donation to Carol Cain, director of the Women’s Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) Museum. Cain, our November speaker, told the story of these amazing pilots and their service to the country and encouraged us to visit the museum in Sweetwater.
Below: Judy Hartley and Pat Stroman chat with speaker Georgianne Hewett after the August luncheon.
Attending the 2016 Secret Pals reveal party were (Lto R) Janice Runyons, Billie DeFrees, Brenda Golubski, Melva Magee, Cathy Valentine, Cindy Bruce and Barbara Bayer.
Below: The new officers were installed in May. L-R, Maggie Sanders, Barbara Bayer, Pat Hutyra, Carole Golden, Mickie Warnell, Sally Martin, Ann Sefcik, Sandra Stone, Shirley Mulligan, and Marilyn Patterson.
The Movies and Morsels group traveled to Clifton this month for dinner at Mitchell’s and a movie at the historic Clifton Theatre. Left to right are Janis Bodin, Gail Woodward, Gaylene Reed, Georgia Kapczynski, Margie Kinney, Nancy Capet-Davis, Mariann Ryan and Billie DeFrees..
Above: Waco Wanderers Sharon Romano, Georgia Peterson, Cindy Bruce, Kathy Northrup, Marci Barletta , Jackie Zrubek , Evelyn Reynolds, Renee Parker, Mickie Warnell , Valerie Reyes, Tera Kiger, Janeth McGuire, and Nancy Capet – Davis enjoyed a wonderful lunch at The Dove’s Nest Restaurant in Historic Market Town, Waxahachie.
Above: NEWBIES visited Baylor's Armstrong-Browning Library in September.
Above: September speaker, author Golden Keyes Parsons, visits with members and guests and signs books after delighting us with an inspirational and informative speech.
Below: Congratulations to the latest graduates of the “Marie Provencher School of Bridge!” Left to right, Mickie Warnell, Donna Graham, Lottie Phillips, Ann Sefcik, Jan Hale and teacher Marie Provencher.