Society

ORGANI ZATIONS

Milano Jamboree ahead on Sat urday

MILA NO— The monthly Milano Junct ion Country Ja mb oree will be held Saturday, May 26 at the Milano Civ ic Center, ac cording to Tena Galbreat h, public ist. “All visitors and musicians are inv ited to attend and participate,” she said. Adm is sion is free and refre shments will be ava ilable.

For mo rein fo rmatio ncall Galbreath at 446 -5286.

Sunshine qui lters to meet Thursday

Suns hine ‘n Sh adows Quilt Gu ild wi ll meet at 9: 30 a. m. Thursday, May 24 in the Meadowbr ook Bapti st Chur ch fe llow - ship hall. “We’ ll be helping each ot her with proje ct s so bring a lu nch ,” said Ed die Dav id so n, public ist. “Visitors are welcome,” she added.

Reading club holds 54th ‘Dinner With the Gents’

The Thu rsd ay Reading Club enjoyed their 54th annual “Dinner with the Gen ts” at Apach e Pass on Thursday May 10.

Fou rtee n memb ers and their gu es ts en joyed a fajit a din ner wi th mu sic and fel lows hi p at Ap ache Pass Re staurant . Music was provided by singer/ guit arist Steve Zapata .

Hostesses were Corinne Parker, Dorothy Bergeron and Joan Ratlif f.— Geri Burnett, reporter

Crow n Gardeners tour sites loc al and beyond

Both the May and June meetings of the Crown Ga rden Club were field trips.

In May, the gro up trav eled to Coll ege St at ion to vis it wit h for me r Roc kd alians Mi ke an d Wand a Vidr ine and to view their ho me an d large rais ed gar de n be ds. The Vidrines then ac companied the club members to the Texas A& M Mas ter Gar de ners demonstrat ion gardens for a tour. Af ter gett ing the ans wer to many ga rden ing qu es tion s, they had lunch at Maddens in the his toric downtown Br yan district.

The June meeting include d a visit to Rockdalian Lou ie Vaughn Edelmon’s yard and workshop to see his hand- car ved totem poles and viewed one in hi s shop that he is cu rrently working on. He has studied var ious tribes and the meaning of their totems.

Memb ers als o visited with Barb ara Ne lson and enjoy ed a tour of her home and ga rdens in a beaut if ul cou ntry setting.

Next was a drive to Chriesman to see the unique “bottle house,” complete with a working kitchen and bath room, made exclusively of colored and clear glass bottles and jars and other recycled materials.

A stop for lu nch in Caldwell at the Mad Ha tt er’s Te a Room completed the day’s events.

Ne xt meeting is at the home of Martha Ne wm an wit h Bar - bar a Va lek as co -hostess.— Peggy Cooke, rep orter

Town & Countr y Club to meet Thursday

THOR NDAL E—Member s of the Thor ndale Tow n & Cou ntr y Club will meet Thursd ay, May 24 , at the home of Lau ra Locklin in the Salty community.— Darl ee n Tucker, sec retar y

Gr ief support meetings held twice mont hly

CA ME RON— St and ards Hos - pice is hold ing Gr ie f Sup por t Group meetings from 5 to 6 p. m. eac h sec ond and four th Thurs - days, according to Greg Nichols, berea vement coor dinator. Location is the All- Tex Bu ild ing, 115 N. Central in Ca meron. For more information call 254- 284- 004 5, extension 2013 .


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