Altrusa honors charter members


Debra Corbell-Grover’s “Jeopardy Light” game then entertained and educated everyone from the 40-year charter members to the newest group of initiates about the international organization’s history and goals. Pictured are (from left) Communications Committee members Janet Robinson and Liz Wright, and chair Debra Grover. The members were also reminded of the club’s major fundraiser: the Loving Spoonsful tasting luncheon coming up on the last Saturday in October at the Commission on Aging. Proceeds from this event will benefit three different age groups locally: Miami Trace Elementary School’s Right to Read program, college scholarships for high school senior girls, and the COA’s Meals on Wheels program.


Altrusa International of Washington C.H. recently celebrated 40 years of service to this community by honoring its two remaining charter members from Sept. 18, 1975: (from left) Norita Craycraft and Sonja Seiler. They are pictured receiving corsages from Liz Wright. Dessert after the dinner meeting was a special-order Rachael McClish cake decorated with congratulatory words in the same two Altrusa colors of blue and white.


Debra Corbell-Grover’s “Jeopardy Light” game then entertained and educated everyone from the 40-year charter members to the newest group of initiates about the international organization’s history and goals. Pictured are (from left) Communications Committee members Janet Robinson and Liz Wright, and chair Debra Grover. The members were also reminded of the club’s major fundraiser: the Loving Spoonsful tasting luncheon coming up on the last Saturday in October at the Commission on Aging. Proceeds from this event will benefit three different age groups locally: Miami Trace Elementary School’s Right to Read program, college scholarships for high school senior girls, and the COA’s Meals on Wheels program.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H. recently celebrated 40 years of service to this community by honoring its two remaining charter members from Sept. 18, 1975: (from left) Norita Craycraft and Sonja Seiler. They are pictured receiving corsages from Liz Wright. Dessert after the dinner meeting was a special-order Rachael McClish cake decorated with congratulatory words in the same two Altrusa colors of blue and white.

Debra Corbell-Grover’s “Jeopardy Light” game then entertained and educated everyone from the 40-year charter members to the newest group of initiates about the international organization’s history and goals. Pictured are (from left) Communications Committee members Janet Robinson and Liz Wright, and chair Debra Grover. The members were also reminded of the club’s major fundraiser: the Loving Spoonsful tasting luncheon coming up on the last Saturday in October at the Commission on Aging. Proceeds from this event will benefit three different age groups locally: Miami Trace Elementary School’s Right to Read program, college scholarships for high school senior girls, and the COA’s Meals on Wheels program.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_20150917_194723.jpgDebra Corbell-Grover’s “Jeopardy Light” game then entertained and educated everyone from the 40-year charter members to the newest group of initiates about the international organization’s history and goals. Pictured are (from left) Communications Committee members Janet Robinson and Liz Wright, and chair Debra Grover. The members were also reminded of the club’s major fundraiser: the Loving Spoonsful tasting luncheon coming up on the last Saturday in October at the Commission on Aging. Proceeds from this event will benefit three different age groups locally: Miami Trace Elementary School’s Right to Read program, college scholarships for high school senior girls, and the COA’s Meals on Wheels program.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H. recently celebrated 40 years of service to this community by honoring its two remaining charter members from Sept. 18, 1975: (from left) Norita Craycraft and Sonja Seiler. They are pictured receiving corsages from Liz Wright. Dessert after the dinner meeting was a special-order Rachael McClish cake decorated with congratulatory words in the same two Altrusa colors of blue and white.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_20150917_183122.jpgAltrusa International of Washington C.H. recently celebrated 40 years of service to this community by honoring its two remaining charter members from Sept. 18, 1975: (from left) Norita Craycraft and Sonja Seiler. They are pictured receiving corsages from Liz Wright. Dessert after the dinner meeting was a special-order Rachael McClish cake decorated with congratulatory words in the same two Altrusa colors of blue and white.
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