Spring Shower Thank you to those who bid last week. We have made $1,755 so far. The following items will be available for the week of the DWC Spring Shower, March 28 through April 3. This is the last week of the Spring Shower fundraiser.Simply email …
Author: Lucy Kragness
Thank you to those who bid last week. We made $580! The following items will be available for the week of the DWC Spring Shower, March 21 through March 27. Simply email your bids to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight, Saturday March 27!
1. New this week: A 9” x 4” wicker basket, with a daffodil spring arrangement. Minimum bid $35.00
2. Still available: 13 inch Spring Lakeside pinecone wreath, decorated by Judy Rocchio. It is now at the Woman’s Club in the front hall if you want to drop by and see it. $50.00, minimum bid.
3. For the birds, an 8 inch twig wreath, with a large pinecone filled with peanut butter, corn meal and bird seed mixture. There were two only one remains. Minimum bid $15.
4. Still available: An 8 inch basket filled with small pink roses and baby’s breath. Great for that area where a touch of color is needed. Minimum bid $25.00 only one available.
5. We are still taking donations of any amount to help with purchasing new runners for the front hall, cleaning the main floor carpet, and purchasing new shelving for the refrigerator cooler.
Photos of this week’s items can be seen on www.duluthwomansclub.com and Duluth Woman’s Club Facebook and Instagram pages.
Remember email email@example.com. It’s so easy!
No Zoom programs
March 26th or April 2nd
Friday, April 9th 1 pm Zoom
Coffee and Conversation with Patty
Join your fellow DWC members to catch up
on news and interests.
Reservations with Patty Miller
Friday, April 23rd 1 pm Zoom
Superior Mayor Jim Paine
will share with us information and updates.
Reservations with Rolene Lampi
Friday, April 30th, 1 pm Zoom
Army Corp of Engineers
Restoration of the Beaches on Park Point
Reservations with Rolene Lampi
Cabi Spring Fashion Showcase
Many thanks to all who shopped at the Cabi Spring Fashion Showcase! We were able to visit safely while we shopped…and sales netted the DWC $175! Special recognition to Sandra Nelson and Cabi rep Julie Dowd for their fashion counsel to all. Plans are in the works for a Fall Fashion Showcase….watch this space for more details.
Your opinion matters! And it is important to us! We’ve had a good response to the survey we fielded several weeks ago….and want to make certain everyone has a chance to weigh in on the club’s activities, programs and anything else that is on your mind. Please, if you haven’t completed and mailed the survey, may we ask that you take a few minutes to make your voice heard? Responses from the survey give us ideas when planning our activities and programming. Patty Miller (218-391-1346) or Pam Williams (202-352-8168) are happy to answer any questions you may have.
As you are “Covid” cleaning & sorting, please save broken & no longer wanted jewelry for the Decorating Committee & their Fall Bazaar projects.
These items can be dropped at the DWC During Kathy’s hours, or call Nancy Gregg (349-5559) for “pick-up.”
The Mainly Mysteries Bookclub will meet on
Tuesday, April 13, at 10:00 at the Club.
We will read “The Better Sister” by Alafair Burke and the
discussion will be lead by Rosemary.
Masks and social distancing will be observed.
East Lakewalk Photo Walk: Thursday, March 25
The weather forecast looks good for exploring more of the Lakewalk on Thursday, March 25. We will gather at 1 pm at the Lakewalk Parking Lot on 26th Avenue East and London Road. We will walk the paved trail to the right and explore the shore. Shipping traffic begins this week, and who knows what we will see. All are welcome as we walk, explore and catch up!
“March, when days are getting long. Let thy growing hours be strong to set right some wintry wrong.”
Vice President/Program Chair
Governing Board Meeting on ZoomTuesday, March 16th 10 am Spring Shower These items will be available for the third week of the DWC Spring Shower, March 14 through March 20. Just like the Bizarre Bazaar, email your bids to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight, Saturday March 20! 1. A Finnish …
Decorating Committee As you are “Covid” cleaning & sorting, please save broken & no longer wanted jewelry for the Decorating Committee & their Fall Bazaar projects.These items can be dropped at the DWC During Kathy’s hours, or call Nancy Gregg (349-5559) for “pick-up.” You can now view the Governing BoardMinutes, …
Tuesday, March 2nd at 10 am
Zoom Executive Board Meeting
You can now view the Governing Board
Minutes list on the DWC website
Here is the link:
Helen Smith Stone started Northern Lights Machine Quilters Guild 20 years ago. It has grown to 70 members. Candy Adams is also a member. Each year the guild takes on at least one special project. Candy approached Helen to ask if the guild would be interested in providing quilts for the new Ronald McDonald House.
Helen thought it would be a wonderful opportunity and the guild is now making quilts all year long to give back and bring comfort to the children at the RM House. Although the quilters had a good collection of fabrics they did need batting, which is the middle layer of a quilt. Helen contacted two national batting companies requesting a donation. The guild was pleased to receive three HUGE rolls of donated batting. They are each 25 yards long and 104″ wide.
The quilters are working from home or a studio to create the quilts for the age group zero to three years old. If any club members are interested in helping with this project please contact:
Helen at email@example.com 218-341-0489 or
Candy at firstname.lastname@example.org 218-390-3012.
They will provide patterns, fabric and batting if needed. A specification sheet will be sent to you as required by the Manager of RM House. This will detail the sizes of quilts that are needed.
Please DO NOT DROP OFF QUILTS at the RM House. All donations must be coordinated with Helen or Candy. A total of 60 quilts have been made thus far and 30 have already been donated.
Check out the DWC Website and Facebook page for the link to the Fox 21 News interview which took place on February 23rd.
Thank you to the many volunteers
who give generously
of their time and talent.
You can join the Zoom program right up until the program starts
If you signed up for a program and have not received the link by
Thursday evening please contact Rolene.
If you would like to view a past program the DWC YouTube link
is on the DWC website (password Hartman)
If you know of another person who would enjoy
watching the program live or on You Tube please
invite them. Let Rolene know their email address and
she will send them the link for the Zoom program.
“No Agenda” Friday March 5th 1 pm
Coffee and Conversation
If you are not busy on Friday, March 5th, grab a cup of coffee and join me on Zoom for just some conversation and sharing…..
It’s been a year since we’ve had a chance to just visit with each other, have a few laughs and just catch up…..
So, please let me know that you would like to join the
conversation by Friday morning, March 5th and I will send you a Zoom invitation.
We’ll plan to meet at 1:00.
Hope to see you Friday!
Announcing a Spring Shower for the reopening of the Duluth Woman’s Club. The Ways and Means Committee will again be offering members a chance to make a contribution to help the Duluth Woman’s Club reopen.
The Spring Shower will run March 1 until April 25 and all are invited to participate in some way. Offer an item to be bid on, food is always successful. Spring wreath or other decorations, classes, a basket of fun, art work? We will also have opportunities to fund cleaning and restoring items in the house.
In will be similar to our wildly successful Bizarre Bazaar! Help keep the tax man from our newly restored front entry!
These items will be available for the first week of the DWC Spring Shower, February 28 through March 6. Just like the Bizarre Bazaar, email your bids to email@example.com by midnight, Saturday March 6!
1. Help pay for new runners for our recently refurbished front entry way. Keep those tiles shinny for a few years!
Bid: $25 and up, unlimited.
2. A touch of spring by our own Judy Rocchio. A 12 × 4 inch rectangular flower arrangement.
Minimum bid $40.00, only one available.
3. Help stretch our bucks and main level carpet, and have
it cleaned too! Bid $25 and up, unlimited.
4. Drawing fun with Rosemary. A unique 2 hour class to be scheduled in April at the Duluth Woman’s Club. Limited to 6, socially distanced and masked participants. Materials will be provided.
Minimum bid $15 each, limited to six people.
Photos of Judy’s flower arrangement and Rosemary’s art class “teaser” can be seen on www.duluthwomansclub.com and Duluth Woman’s Club Facebook and Instagram pages.
Remember email firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s so easy!
Donations of interesting items for the shower are welcome. Just call 218-390-8426 or email email@example.com
Send information for member spotlight to Rolene
Your opinion matters! As we continue planning the reopening of the club, we want to make certain we’re meeting the needs of the members. Please return the survey with your candid answers to help us do just that. So we have the information as soon as possible, please return your survey, using the addressed return envelope, by March 15. Patty Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Pam Williams (email@example.com) can answer any questions you may have.
Cabi Spring Fashion Showcase: March 18
Mark your calendars for the Cabi Fashion Showcase on March 18. You’ll get to see the new spring line and purchase something to wear when the club reopens.
Clothing will be available to try on, and the Cabi rep will be on-site to advise. We’ll publish time slots shortly so we can maintain social distancing. Please wear a mask when you come.
Pam Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Sandra Nelson (email@example.com) are available to answer questions. More information will follow.
A Message from Lucy Kragness and the Camera Club
No walk this week! Head out on your own with friends in this beautiful weather!
“Springtime is the land awakening. The March winds are the morning yawn.” -Lewis Grizzard
Vice President/Program Chair
You can now view the current membershiplist on the DWC websiteHere is the link https://duluthwomansclub.com/2020-21-dwc-membership-list/uncategorized/ ******** Recognizing Volunteers Heritage Fund Board of Trustees Chair Christine Klingaman, Financial Director Helena Jackson, Tina Licari, Char McConnell, Diane Klepatz, Past President Ruth Ann Eaton and Secretary Candy Adams Thank …
Items for March 28 through April 3
Thank you to those who bid last week. We have made $1,755 so far. The following items will be available for the week of the DWC Spring Shower, March 28 through April 3. This is the last week of the Spring Shower fundraiser.
Simply email your bids to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight, Saturday, April 3.
1. New this week: 4 × 5 inch jewelry art design
Made with the Woman’s Club jewelry. Minimum bid $20.
2. New: An original watercolor
Unique round watercolor by Rosemary Guttormsson, six inches in diameter, mounted on wood, ready to hang. Minimum bid $45
3. For the birds
An 8 inch twig wreath, with a large pinecone filled with peanut butter, corn meal and bird seed mixture. There were two only one remains. Minimum bid $15.
4. Still taking donations
We are still taking donations of any amount to help with purchasing new runners for the front hall, cleaning the main floor carpet, and purchasing new shelving for the refrigerator cooler.
Thank you for supporting our Bizarre Bazaar and Spring Shower.
Thank you for your support!
Tuesday, February 16th 10 am…Governing Board on Zoom ******** Our sincere sympathy in the death ofDiane Erickson’s husband ******** Recognizing Volunteers Laurie Johnson takes on a very specialtask as Correspondence Secretary.It’s very important that we reach outto all members who are experiencingdifficulty with illness or loss. Thank you to …