MESSAGES May 2023
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Upcoming UWC Events
May 2, 2023 – Triboard Meeting (outgoing and incoming UWC Executive Board members)
May 17, 2023 – Honors Reception/End of Season Gathering
The 2022-2023 academic year was huge for UWC, made possible by YOU, our incredible community of members. Thank you for making our milestones and achievements a reality. Let’s check out the sweetest moments of the past year.
- 2022-2023 was an exciting year of growth! We welcomed 69 new members, bringing our membership to 331, basically our pre-Covid membership size. It’s you, our members, who made this happen since new members are typically recruited via word-of-mouth.
- As a result of your generosity, UWC awarded a total of $30,000 in scholarship funding to six undergraduate students who powered through adversity to reach their educational goals. You made a significant impact on the education and future careers of exemplary and deserving students.
- Twenty-six Interest Groups and Happy Hour/Tea Times met regularly, enabling members to build friendships and pursue interests with like-minded women.
- Ten events were successfully held in person including a Membership Coffee, New Member Wine and Cheese Reception, five Lecture Luncheons, Opera Brunch, Scholarship Luncheon, and the upcoming Honors Reception.
I will pass the gavel to the 2023-2024 President, Andie Kutinsky during the May 17 Honors Reception to be held at the UMC South Terrace Tent. Be sure to register for this complimentary event that will include award presentations, entertainment by the CU Buffoons, and refreshments.
Please consider furthering our mission through committee and/or board participation. Contact Andie at drandie305 at gmail dot com if you’re interested in exploring these opportunities.
That’s a wrap for 2022-2023. It has been my honor to serve as President this year and I look forward to serving as Past-President on the Executive Board during the 2023-2024 academic year. Have a lovely summer and I look forward to seeing you in the fall.
UWC President 2022-2023
2023-2024 Slate of Elect Officers Approved by UWC Membership
The UWC Executive Board is pleased to announce that the 2023-2024 Slate of Elect Officers was approved by the membership during the Scholarship Luncheon on April 18. Anne Hudson will serve as President-Elect, Sharon Nehls will serve as Secretary-Elect, and Frieda Holley will serve as Treasurer-Elect. These elected board members will begin their one-year terms on May 18. They are skilled and sure to do a great job for UWC!
2023 Honors Reception
REMINDER: RSVP for our Final Event of the Season by April 30
The closing date to register for the Honors Reception is Sunday, April 30. If you have not received an emailed invitation from Punchbowl, please contact Karen Haimes at khaimes1 at gmail dot com or 303-518-0420. It may also be helpful to check your spam/junk/trash folders and add email@example.com to your contact list to ensure that your invitation is deliverable.
Wednesday, May 17 at 2:30-4:30 p.m.
South Terrace Tent at the UMC, 1669 Euclid Ave, Boulder, CO.
The tent is located at the top of the wide steps to the main front entrance of the UMC.
The UWC Executive Board invites you to join us as we continue UWC’s long-standing tradition of honoring the 2023 Margaret Willard Award recipient, Lori Canova, as well as other valued awardees, and to welcome our incoming 2023-2024 President.
We will gather under the UMC South Terrace Tent, a festive outdoor spot, to enjoy light small bites and energetic tunes by our very own CU Buffoons. Come celebrate another year of camaraderie, enrichment, fun activities, and philanthropy at the last club event of the 2022-2023 season! This annual member event is complimentary.
We hope to see you there!
Honors Reception Chair
Margaret Willard Award Recipient 2023
The University Womens Club of Boulder is proud to announce the 2023 Margaret Willard Award recipient. The woman receiving the award must fulfill some of the following criteria:
- Demonstrate outstanding work in her field of endeavor.
- Enhance the quality of life for women on the Boulder campus and/or in the Boulder community.
- Be an exceptional role model.
- Elevate women’s performances.
- Bring honor to all women and to the University/Boulder community through her accomplishments.
We are pleased to introduce you to this year’s winner, Lori Canova.
Lori Canova currently serves as the national Chief Growth Officer for the “I Have a Dream” Foundation. Before joining the national team in March 2020, Lori was the President and CEO for the “I Have a Dream” Foundation of Boulder County Colorado for 23 years. Under her leadership, the organization grew by 300%, from two Dreamer cohorts to 23, serving over 1,100 students, making the Boulder County affiliate one of the largest in the country.
Lori’s nonprofit career has always been focused on empowering youth from marginalized communities. She has held positions at Big Brothers; Mental Health Association of Colorado; Jefferson Center for Mental Health; and Human Services.
Lori has a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Denver and is a graduate of the “50 for Colorado” Leadership Program through the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business. In 2010, Lori received the Woman of the Year Award from the Boulder Professional Women’s Group and in 2016 received the Women Who Light the Community Award from the Boulder Chamber of Commerce.
In the year and a half, Lori has faced significant hardship. She had back surgery for a benign tumor and was paralyzed in December 2021. She was sent to a rehabilitation center after surgery to work her way toward independent mobility. While in the center, she contracted Covid. Two weeks later her home and all her belongings were destroyed in the Marshall Fire in Louisville. A few months later, her father and nephew passed away. Lori never gave up. She became a staunch advocate for Swedish Hospital where she was treated. She continues to travel throughout the country to support her new position at the “I Have a Dream” Foundation and has remained unstoppable. Her courage and fortitude have been a blessing and role model to all who encounter her. We are pleased and humbled to offer her this award. Special thanks to our Margaret Willard Award committee: Ruth Henderson, Jonette Lucia, Karen Haimes, Sherron Shuffield, and Andrea Kutinsky, Chair. Lori will be presented the Margaret Willard award at the University Womens Club of Boulder Annual Honors Reception in May.
Happy Hour/Tea Time Conversations via ZOOM
Happy Hour/Tea Time Conversations – a great way to get to know new UWC members, and a great way get to know old friends better. We meet via Zoom for about 50 minutes to an hour on the first and third Tuesdays at 4:00. Contact Kathy Randall (katherineran at gmail dot com) to reserve a spot if you are not already automatically included. These conversations will be the last for this UWC year. Stay tuned for a restart in the fall.
May 2: Who makes your heart go pit-a-pat at the movies? This can be the actor (more than one film), the character (perhaps more than one actor), or perhaps it is the perfect combo of actor+character. And perhaps you have more than one…. Let’s talk about our fantasy lovers. Thank you, participants at the April 4 discussion (non-fictional feelings for fictional characters), especially Joyce Bograd, for this suggestion.
May 16: Tell us about a pivotal moment – a time or event that seriously affected the course of your life, or a pivotal person – a teacher/friend/mentor that seriously affected the course of your life.
Cards to UWC Members
Do you know someone who has suffered a personal loss, or is ill, or having an operation? Receiving a personal note from UWC might bring a little bit of happiness or peace or satisfaction knowing there are others wishing them well. If you do know someone, please contact Kathleen Salzberg, the UWC Card Acknowledgments Chair, with the person’s name, email, and (if appropriate) the reason for the card. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Acknowledgments Chair.”
The 2023 University Women’s Club Annual Scholarship Luncheon took place on April 18 at the Boulder Country Club. Attendance luncheon totaled 118 UWC members, their guests, the scholarship recipients, and our country club sponsor. Attendees had the opportunity to talk with the scholarship recipients and learn more about each student’s journey and education goals.
In addition to a delicious meal, there was a lively fashion show with UWC member models, wearing outfits hosted by Chicos.
So many people helped make the 2023 Scholarship Luncheon the huge success that it was. These especially included the Scholarship Committee members, Lois Anderson, Linda Hultman, Jean Manifesto, and Chair, Jonette Lucia. In addition to strong attendance, the Scholarship Luncheon extra donations to the scholarship fund totaled over $3300.
Scholarship Luncheon Chair
Scholarship Recipients and Committee
Marge Riddle, Scholarship Chair
Jonette Lucia, Luncheon Chair
Message from the Scholarship Chair
Our 2023-24 UWC Scholarship recipients were honored April 18 at the Annual Spring Scholarship Luncheon held at the Boulder Country Club. Attendees met these exceptional young people and heard directly from them something of their inspiring life stories. These students also offered their profound thanks to the UWC membership for the scholarships they had been awarded. One student, who is also caring for her four children, noted how this scholarship offers “some reprieve from financial stress,” while another recipient spoke of being “spurred on evermore to pursue my dreams and elevate those around me, all in hopes of a more beautiful future for generations to come.” We hope that meeting these students and hearing their stories enables our members to a better appreciate the enormous importance of their donations.
If you missed this lovely Luncheon event, you can still read about and see pictures of our remarkable recipients below in this issue of MESSAGES. And while at the website, take another minute to make a donation on-line, so we can keep this momentum going. You can also support UWC via the new menu item (donate) that explains types of donations and how you can support UWC at no cost to you, just through shopping !
2023 Scholarship Recipients
Sarah Coronna: Sarah will be entering her senior year at CU as a mother of four children and has achieved a grade point average of 3.8! She manages her incredible balancing act while making her dream come true to become a history teacher. She is drawn to the needs and challenges of adolescents and makes it her goal to teach at this level. She believes in the empowerment of her future students and will use her anthropology major to aid in connecting them to the content of their education. Sarah has fostered a strong relationship with service. She experienced summers in Nicaragua working with children teaching English and art. As well, she has devoted time to Native Americans and finds this to be one of her passions. She will pay it forward in her career path.
Bryan Gager: Bryan grew up in Colorado, the youngest of a large family. Although Bryan did not see higher education on his horizon, he knew he had a passion for the natural places of the world. From high school on he worked at jobs that did not require advanced education, in order to travel and spend time outdoors. While living in New Zealand, his desire to learn more about natural sciences was made clear. He now has a goal of earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, a minor in Geography, and a Geographic Information Science (GIS) certificate. He hopes to put his love for the mountains and wildlife toward employment with land management agencies to find solutions to environmental problems.
Andrea Miller: Andrea grew up in a dysfunctional family and had to drop out of college. While waiting tables, a restaurant patron recognized her abilities and invited her to work in flight simulation. Here, she gained experience and confidence which led to a job with the research company, Battelle. During the pandemic, Andrea volunteered to work with Battelle’s Critical Care Decontamination System and excelled. From Boston to Hawaii, she extended Battelle’s services to hundreds of hospitals. After the pandemic, Andrea started classes at CU Boulder and maintains a 4.0 GPA. She will graduate in May 2024 with a BS in Computer Science and a Space minor. She was recently accepted into Carnegie Mellon University’s undergraduate research program for Summer 2023.
Jae Robinson: Jae grew up fascinated by the mysteries inherent in the natural environment, always asking, “Why.” Her major, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, grew out of her curiosity about the world around her. Growing up along the Front Range, Jae experienced the variety of open spaces and parks that feed her curiosity. As a CU student she continues to engage with scientific subject matter as varied as tracking variations in the earth’s magnetic field for a research project to adventures in mycology through the CU Mycology Club. She is a member of the national honor society Phi Theta Kappa and the CU Honors program. She has interned with NCAR/UCAR, as well as with the Research Experience for Community College Students program (RECCS) and worked for Schmidt Labs at CU Boulder.
Beatrix Runyan: Beatrix, daughter of college-educated parents, grew up on a small organic farm outside a tiny town in Iowa. She was home-schooled and unschooled, being encouraged from a young age to seek out resources to satisfy her interests. This unorthodox upbringing taught Beatrix that she both loved learning and was responsible for her own success. Her parents felt that college was unnecessary, so Beatrix entered the workforce and clarified what she wanted to do. She was afraid of school, but it didn’t stop her! She’s a Neuroscience major. Next she will seek out a Marital and Family Counseling program to become a psychotherapist. Her passion is to work with the most intimate places in peoples’ worlds–worlds of body, mind, spirit, self, other, and God.
Scholarship Donations (March 2023)
Arlene S. Gerwin
Scholarship Donations (Scholarship Luncheon)
Mary Ann Hartigan
Tamera Van Spriell
Kathryn A Wardell
In Memory of Marge DeFries (by Barbara Zable)
In recognition of Kathryn and Bob Wardell’s recuperation (by Susan Katz)
DID YOU KNOW? – May
Did you know that May Day has its roots in astronomy? Traditionally, it was the halfway point between the spring equinox and the summer solstice! In ancient times, this was one of the Celtic cross-quarter days, which marked the midway points between the (four) solstices and equinoxes of the year.
As with many early holidays, May Day was rooted in agriculture. Springtime festivities filled with song and dance celebrated the sown fields starting to sprout. Cattle were driven to pasture, special bonfires were lit, and doors of houses as well as livestock were decorated with yellow May flowers. In the Middle Ages, the Gaelic people celebrated the festival of Beltane. Beltane means “Day of Fire.” People created large bonfires and danced at night to celebrate.
May Day has a long history and tradition in England, some of which eventually came to America. Children would dance around the maypole, holding onto colorful ribbons. People would ”bring in the May” by gathering wildflowers and green branches, weaving floral hoops and hair garlands, and crowning a May king and queen. (Source: almanac.com )
Mother’s Day is not a federal holiday but it’s a day to celebrate motherhood and show appreciation for mothers, including (great-) grandmothers, stepmothers, foster mothers, and other mother figures. The history goes way back: the modern holiday was first celebrated in 1908. Anna Marie Jarvis was the founder of this holiday in the United States.
Memorial Day is more than just a great excuse for a cookout and a day off from work. The holiday was created to honor the many American men and women who died in military service. This focus on those who made the ultimate sacrifice sets it apart from Veterans’ Day, which honors all military veterans, living and dead.
Here are some facts and history on the holiday:
- The day was originally set aside to remember Union soldiers who died during the Civil War, but following World War I, its scope expanded to include those who died in any war or military action. At the end of the Civil War, many U.S. cities held their own memorial observations for their hometown heroes.
- The idea for a specific holiday came in 1868 from Illinois Senator John Alexander Logan, a former Union general and keynote speaker at one early observation. Logan used his position as commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, a fraternal organization of Union soldiers, to issue a proclamation for a national “Decoration Day” to be observed on May 30 of that year by decorating the tombs of Union soldier
- The name “Memorial Day,” started cropping up from time to time. The new name became more common after World War II, and in 1967 was declared the official name by Federal law.
- Memorial Day was celebrated on May 30 until 1968, when Congress passed the Uniform Holidays Bill, moving four holidays — Columbus Day, Presidents’ Day, Veterans Day, and Memorial Day—to designated Mondays in order to create the ever-popular three-day weekends.
(Source: Farmers’ Almanac)
What’s Happening at CU?
The University of Colorado Boulder will hold its Commencement 2023 ceremony at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 11, at Folsom Field. No tickets or registrations are required.
- What is the graduation rate at CU Boulder? 70.3% (For first-time, full-time in 2020–21)
- CU Boulder is the only school in the Rocky Mountain Region to make it into the Association of American Universities, an elite group of 62 research universities. The university has highly ranked graduate programs through the College of Engineering and Applied Science and School of Education.
The Fiske Planetarium leverages the prolific and talented academic community at CU Boulder to create compelling, entertaining, and scientifically accurate shows. We believe that our collective institutional knowledge and scientific research should be shared with the global community, and we are pleasde to offer our shows at no cost.
Over the last decade, we’ve produced 20 full dome films. As of 2023, 650+ planetariums in 66 countries and 47 states, plus the Virgin Islands, have downloaded our films. (Taken from the Fiske Planetarium’s website.)
Interest Group News
UWC Theater Goers Interest Group
is seeking to reactivate and is seeking a leader(s) to chair the group. If you are interested, please contact Linda Nordberg, Interest Group Coordinator, at 978-314-9987 to discuss future plans.
UWC Interest Group – Needlecraft
The Needlecraft Interest Group is scheduling an organizational meeting on the third Thursday, May 18, 2023, at 1:30 p.m. to plan for the future. All established members and anyone who might be interested in joining is encouraged to attend. This will be a regular meeting, so bring whatever project you are turning your needles to now.
For those who might consider joining, we talk about any topic that comes to mind as we work individually on our current projects: knitting, crocheting, needlepoint, or regular hand sewing. Machines are not encouraged. For anyone who would like to try something new, we probably have an experienced member to help or advise. In the past, we have not done a group project for charity, but might if one presents itself. Ginnie reports that she spent many meetings knitting baby clothes for her daughter’s church.
The meeting will be held in the library of MorningStar Senior Living of Boulder, 575 Tantra Drive, just south of South Boulder Road. You may be required to wear a mask to enter the building, and please use the door where name tags are issued. There is parking, but you may have to walk a ways. Ask at the main desk inside the main entrance under the portico for directions to the library. Please email the chair, Ginnie Ross (vross921 at gmail dot com), with questions or to tell her you plan to attend.
Scenes from Interest Group meetings
The Sunday at the Movies group met in April and viewed Air, the story of Nike’s partnership with Michael Jordan starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. We went to Panera for a discussion following the movie, and all highly recommend the film. In March nine of us attended the Academy Awards Party at the Boedecker Theater which UWC member Sharon Nehls emcees. A good time was had by all!
Left to Right: Doroth Coltrin, Lois Frank, Ruth Harvey, Rachel Homer , Sharon Nehls, Deb Grojean, Berry Todd
Left to Right: Betty Barnes, Dianne Bernier, Regina Macy, Karen Haimes, Sherry Potter, and Carol Saunders. Photographer Kathleen Newton (not in picture).
Hiking Group at Heil Ranch
Left to Right: Frieda Holley, Joanie Cardone, Charlene Rasmussen, Kathleen Salzberg, Kathy Randall, Judy Reid, Lois Anderson.
Afternoon Book Group
Photo by Carol Saunders
Interest Groups Information
Bicycling – Meets weekly on Thursdays from May through October. Chairs: Gail Smith 303-960-5004; Susan Lee 303-974-8969.
Bicycling – Easy Riders – Meets sporadically on Tuesdays. Contact chair for details. Chair: Dorothy Coltrin 720-527-4704.
Book Group – Afternoon – Fourth Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at members’ homes or on ZOOM. Vaccinations required. Chairs: Mary Clough 303-522-8692; Lois Linsky 303-499-2689.
Book Group – Biographies – Third Friday at 3:00 p.m., in person. Chair: Beth Rauch 303-746-9414.
Book Group – Mysteries – Third Monday 2:00 p.m. at chair’s home in Boulder. Chair: Betty Barnes 512-657-6584.
Book Group – The Original Book Group – Formerly Evening – Second Thursday at 2:45 p.m. Meetings held outside when weather permits. Vaccinations are required for indoor meetings, masks are optional. Chairs: Kathleen Salzberg 303-499-3128; Ellen Gille 720-836-2365. This group has been meeting continuously since the 1950’s.
Bridge Group – First Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. Chair: Karen Neff 303-494-0467; also seeking beginner players to start a new Beginners’ Group.
French Conversation – All Speaking Levels – Dates and times to be determined. Chair: Zdenka Smith 303-330-2856.
Games Group – It’s Anyone’s Game – Board and card games. Second Wednesday from 1:30 – 4:00 p.m. at home of Chair in Louisville. Contact chair to join. Chair: Kathleen Newton 720-548-8661.
Garden Group – Third Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. Chairs: Jyotsna Raj 303-447-8831; Jean Rohrschneider 720-542-9788.
Golfing – For the Casual Golfer – 1:00 p.m. every Thursday at various golf courses, new members welcome. Chair: Susan Planck 303-499-3916.
Hiking and Strolling – Every Friday 9:00 a.m. September – May; 8:30 a.m. June – August in person. Meet at southern end of the east side of covered parking lot opposite the lower-level east entrance to the former Macy’s – Chairs: Joan (Joanie) Cardone 303-263-7823; Frieda Holley 303-499-3733.
Italian Conversation – Wednesday, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. on Zoom. Chair: Maxene Wilson 303-530-4619.
Music – Second Monday afternoon of most months in members’ homes, providing a venue for musical performers to meet and share their love of music in an intimate setting. Chairs: Judy Owens 720-562-8064; Julia Luerman 303-938-8084.
Needlecraft – Third Thursday in May at 1:30 p.m. for planning meeting. Chair: Ginnie Ross (see notice under Interest Group News).
On the Road Again – Resuming occasional in person road trips. Chair: Kathy Randall 303-746-4528.
Out to Lunch – Usually Fourth Wednesday, at noon at various local restaurants. Chairs: Jean Rohrschneider 720-542-9788; Jyotsna Raj 303-447-8831.
Readers’ Theater 2 – Third Monday 4:00 p.m. at the Boulder Library. Chairs: Patty Ludke 303-817-1020; Kathy Randall 303-746-4528.
Snowshoeing –Chairs: Arlene Gerwin 303-494-1307; Joan (Joanie) Cardone 303-263-7823.
Spanish Conversation Advanced – Contact chair for details. Chair: Diana King 303-530-1860.
Sunday Afternoon at the Movies – Second Sunday, to see movies at a theater in Boulder or nearby theater. Chairs: Kathleen Newton 720-548-8661; Sharon Nehls 303-494-5778.
Groups that are on hiatus
- Theater Goers, New Chair needed. Contact Linda Nordberg, Interest Group Coordinator if interested 978-314-9987.
Groups that are at capacity
- Book Group – The Bookies – Kathy Randall 303-746-4528.
- Book Group Small – Fiction and Non-Fiction, Joyce Bograd.
- Book Group – Second Monday, Janet Evans.
- French Conversation, Dot Thompson.
To start a new interest group requires at least five members including a chairperson.
If you are interested in starting a new group please contact the Interest Group Coordinator for more information: Linda Nordberg Interest Group Coordinator, 978-314-9987.
To form a new book group, contact Kathy Randall, 303-746-4528.
Message from the Incoming President
My name is Andrea (Andie) Kutinsky. I’m a relatively new member to UWC having joined on the recommendation of friend and colleague Norma Singer Portnoy in 2019 just before the Pandemic. I am honored to be chosen to serve as your 2023-2024 incoming President. I am humbled to follow in the footsteps of such wonderful leaders as Tamera VanSpriel, who navigated us through the Pandemic, and Norma Portnoy who helped navigate us out of the Pandemic. It will be my job to move us into the next phase.
I have personally loved my time at UWC since 2019. I currently participate in the Advanced Spanish Conversation group, the Out to Lunch group, and the Happy Hour/Tea Time group. My hope is to introduce current and incoming members to more of the fabulous interest groups we have going, the luncheons and receptions and, of course, our amazing fundraising. I hope to continue the trajectory we have begun to add more members to the lively organization we currently have.
To tell you a little more about me, I retired as a lifelong educator having been a teacher, principal, Assistant Superintendent for Elementary schools, and a Director of Special Education for Boulder Valley Schools where I retired in 2009. Following my ‘retirement’ I co-founded and was Executive Director of Focal Point — an independent educational consulting company doing transformation work in school systems in Colorado, New York, New Jersey, and Texas. In 2016 I went off on my own to form Kutinsky and Associates which worked with evaluation systems for teachers and administrators in New Jersey and Colorado. I sold that in 2017 and am now enjoying working with nonprofits. I can be contacted by email at drandie305 at gmail dot com or by phone or text at 719-492-7967. I look forward to getting to know all of you.
2022-23 President Elect and 2023-24 President
President – Norma Portnoy
President Elect – Andie Kutinsky
Past President – Tamera Van Spriell
Secretary – Karen Bell
Secretary Elect – Kathleen Salzberg
Treasurer & Treasurer Elect – Frieda Holley
Acknowledgments/Donations – Merry Bullock
Acknowledgments/Cards – Kathleen Salzberg
Advisory/Parliamentarian – Frieda Holley
Archives – Karen Neff
Email/Communications – Berry Todd
Honors Reception – Karen Haimes
Interest Groups – Linda Nordberg
Margaret Willard Award – Andie Kutinsky
Membership – Arlene Gerwin
Membership Coffee – Lynne Barnett and Andie Kutinsky
MESSAGES – Merry Bullock
New Members – Becky Palmer
Nominating Committee – Norma Portnoy and Tam Van Spriell
Opera Brunch – Sandy Johnson
Photography – Anne Hudson
Program – Sharon Nehls
Program-UMC Liaison – Tam Van Spriell
Programs – Registration – Lynne Barnett
Scholarship Committee – Marge Riddle
Scholarship Luncheon – Jonette Lucia
Website – Joyce Spencer
Zoom Master – Merry Bullock, Lynne Barnett
Document Repository – Frieda Holley
HH/TT Conversations – Kathy Randall
Interest Group Zoom Coordination – Kathy Randall
MESSAGES proofing – Kathleen Salzberg
UWC Calendar 2022-2023
WEDNESDAY May 17, 2023 – Honors Reception -UMC South Terrace Tent, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.
…and for the fall, mark your calendar now:
Tuesday, September 12, 2023 – Membership Coffee at Viele Lake