Club News for Dec. 12, 2012

Marie Antoinette topic for BSP chapter

Dixie Gregory spoke about Marie Antoinette when Laureate Alpha Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on Nov. 20 at Sandy Linder’s home.

Page Mayer read an article about the Mighty Moms organization and told how it began through the Full Tummy Project. Mighty Moms provides food for children who are at risk of not having enough to eat over the weekend when not in school.

Service Committee Chairman Marilyn Mayeux announced the chapter would provide and serve dinner on Dec. 16 at the Bishop Ott Shelter. Vice President Verlyn LeBlanc announced that Cleve LeBlanc would receive the Envoy pin in appreciation of his support of BSP and the chapter.

B.R. Bridge Club holds annual meeting

President Gay Town hosted a reception for Baton Rouge Bridge Club members after the annual membership meeting on Nov. 20 at the BRBC.

Co-hosting were Linda Angelle, Lisa Tate, Earline Smith and Annette McCaffery.

BRBC Board member Craig Cordes presented a $5,000 contribution to St. Elizabeth Foundation to Director Terri James Casso. St. Elizabeth Foundation is a nonprofit Baton Rouge adoption agency that provides confidential, comprehensive counseling services to those facing an unplanned pregnancy in Louisiana. BRBC supports a charity program through member contributions.

Members elected officers and directors for 2013. New officers are President Ron Cresap, Vice President Aleta Pickholtz, Treasurer Carol Hawley, Secretary Betty Mandeville, Club Manager Howard Nobles and Facilities Manager Susan Atherton. Continuing on the board are Greg Arnette, Beth Fuller, Craig Cordes, Linda Buuck and Mark Toney. Outgoing board members are Town, McCaffery, Kathryn Johnson and Tate.

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