Week of April 11 – April 15, 2022
April 13, 2022
We are happy to announce that Jerallyn (Jeri) Sobczak has accepted the position of Club Administrator. She is a native Duluthian and has lived on Park Point for well over a decade. Her main occupation was running her own Mortgage Company and raising two children. She is now a grandma of 2.
Jeri likes to keep busy! In addition to running her business she has worked at the Pickwick, Spirit Mountain (banquets, events, and bar at the top Chalet), and managed the new Grand Ave Chalet. Most recently she managed the restaurant bar and events at Clyde Iron prior to COVID. She is excited to get to know all of our members and help our organization thrive!
You are hereby notified that amendments to the Duluth Woman’s Club By-laws will be presented for review and vote at the annual meeting on May 20, 2022. A copy of the By-laws with the proposed amendments is posted on the bulletin board at the Club and in the Members Only section of the Club website.
Char Taylor, Chair
Bridge and Canasta
Lunch at 12 noon
Bring proof of vaccination (only needed once).
Remember to wear masks.
There will be a sign-up sheet for next Tuesday or call the office for reservations.
No Lunch/Program on April 15th
Friday, April 22nd
A special time to socialize and pay your dues.
Social Hour at 11:30
More information to follow.
Friday, May 6th
Noon Lunch, Program 1 pm
By Patty Salo Downs
“Made From Scratch With Love”
Watch This Space
Women students at St Scholastica asked if we are interested in a mentoring program…. they think of the DWC as an inspirational organization, want to get to know us better and learn how to navigate career paths from professional women. We will host a meet and greet on Tuesday, April 12 from 5-7 pm at the club. We will serve coffee, tea and light snacks. Please come to meet and chat with these women. Call or email Pam Williams (202-352-8168 or email@example.com) to attend.
The Tour of Homes and Gardens is coming July 20th. It’s not too soon to begin planning! We are going to need MANY house docents. To volunteer, please email Char McConnell, house committee chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is going to be an exciting tour – our 54th!
“Lay down the song you strum, and rest yourself ‘neath the strength of strings no voice can hope to hum. -Bob Dylan A quote to remind us to stop and rest; exactly what I am doing now in Southern California. See you soon. Rolene Lampi
Vice President/Program Chair