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 Trainor Hosts Alpha Zetas

Sept. 26, 2007 - The Alpha Zeta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa (Knightstown) met Tuesday, September 11, at the lakeside home of Sherry Trainor.

Following a warm welcome from cohostesses Karen Vise, Cindy Biehl and Patty Keesling, president Nancy Gross called the meeting to order, with 28 members answering the roll call. Secretary Jill Null read the minutes from the July meeting, and Treasurer Vee Ann Schmidt presented the treasurer’s report. Correspondence Secretary Biehl read thank you notes from Julia Ratcliff-Bouslog, assistant executive director of the Henry County Community, and Norm Bohnert of Make a Difference Knightstown, sponsor of the annual “Cars of Summer” event held in Knightstown. Reports were presented from Flowers and Gifts Chairman Janet Davidson, Education Chairman Shannon Dawson and Library Liaison Lois Brooks. Program Book Chairman Janet Linch was congratulated on a masterpiece, and her committee of Cindy Hammer, Susie Leonard, Mary Jo Purtee and Vise were commended on a job well done.

Order forms were distributed for the chapter’s annual nut and cheese ball sale, which benefits the Alpha Zeta’s scholarship program, and it was announced that the cheese balls will again be sold for $4 each. The nut sale will be cochaired by Kami Doubman and Penny Shaneyfelt, while Brooks and Purtee will cochair the cheese ball sale. Nuts and cheese balls can be ordered from any chapter member.

Gross reminded chapter members that dues must be paid by the end of the month. Members were also encouraged to attend the upcoming Province IV Convention in Pendleton on October 6. Gross, Dawson and Schmidt will represent the chapter at that event.

Linch discussed details of another successful alumni banquet, and she invited all members to participate in a planning session for the chapter’s 100th anniversary celebration. The chapter also considered various requests for charitable donations and voted to approve a contribution to the Knightstown Intermediate School’s basketball program.

Lucky raffle winner Brenda Buck too home a raspberry pie that had been donated by Judy Haase. The evening’s best-dressed honors went to “Ms. Hawaii,” Judy Barnes. After Gross closed the meeting with verse, members enjoyed a buffet of frozen treats and a time of fellowship.



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