Members and guests of the Woman's Club of Warren gathered Dec.3 for an early celebration of Christmas. They were entertained by a foursome of musicians from the Philomel Club performing traditional and familiar Christmas songs and medleys. Artists included Joan Eighmey, pianist; Becky Darbee, flutist; Carolyn Worley, soprano; and Rosalind Hupp, mezzo-soprano.
Hostesses Laura Megill and Adele Tranter provided treats for a social hour and set an elegant table featuring the Woman's Club silver candelabra, fresh greens and red velvet ribbon.
Laura Megill presented an update on the centennial campaign. The club is close to its goal of $75,000. Megill discussed the goal of 100 percent participation by members and stressed the importance of giving by each member, no matter what amount, to the success of the campaign.
Musical entertainers, from left, Carolyn Worley,
Joan Eighmey, Rosalind Hupp, Becky Darbee
Program changes for the month of February were announced. The Feb. 7 program will be Karen Davis speaking on notable early presidents of the Woman's Club. Presenters for Feb. 18 will be Kathy Masterson and Beth Howe with a presentation featuring Woman's Club houses across the country.
The next luncheon is not until the New Year, on Jan. 7. The program will be "Our House," a history and anecdotes about the Woman's Club building at 310 Market Street.
The annual bridge marathon will be held on the four Fridays in January beginning Jan. 4. This event is open to all interested bridge players. The format is Chicago-style social bridge. This is a great way to get through that sometimes awful month of January. For more information or to enter, contact Beth Howe at 726-2768. New players are welcome.