Week of February 21 – 25, 2022

February 22, 2022

The Duluth Woman’s Club is seeking a part-time Club Administrator.
Hours will vary with membership numbers and seasons, minimum of 15 hours per week.
 Desired Qualifications:
Excellent customer service
Excellent communication skills
Ability to use a computer for clerical duties including Microsoft Office Suite and QuickBooks
Experienced in event planning
 Please spread the word and encourage applicants to apply by searching for “Administrator” on Indeed!

Marisa Hoogenakker, M.S., PHR
HR Consultant
risamarceau@gmail.com
(218) 310-6525


Board Business

2/06/22 The motion was made and approved by the Board to accept Betty Sola into the Club membership. All are happy to welcome her back.
2/16/22 The resolution was made and passed by the Board to hire Storehouse-Stained Glass Studio to repair the windows in the house in most need of repair based on the amount of money the Club has available.
Resolutions passed at either the Executive Board or Governing Board will be in Mailchimp.


Bridge and Games continue on 
Tuesdays and Wednesdays


Great News!

Two sites have been secured for the tour!
Ellie Dryer and returning member Betty Sola
have volunteered to co-chair the 2022 Tour of Homes and Gardens. They will be looking for committee chairs soon. Please email Ellie at dryere@gmail.com to offer your assistance.


Friday, March 4th
Noon Lunch, Program 1 pm


“Galapagos! It’s Not Just about the Tortoises”
 By Ellie Dryer 

A mountain city, an ocean cruise, fantastic food, and exotic islands, all in one 11-day trip. A two-hour flight from Quito, Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands are a nature lover’s dream. Ellie will show you the amazing birds, fish, and yes, the giant tortoises. Discover the islands where Charles Darwin conducted his research of evolution. For sure, a bucket list trip you will want to explore.
 
A plated hot lunch will be served by chef Gary Schneider of G. B. Schneider restaurant. This will be a great way to return to the club.

RSVP to Rolene Lampi
Rolenelampi@gmail.com or 218-742-2401


Friday, March 11th
Noon Lunch, Program 1 pm


“A Life in the Arts”
By Jessica Lind Peterson

Jessica shares her journey as a theater founder, actor, widely produced playwright and award-winning essayist. She is the Development Director of the Depot Foundation and a passionate arts advocate, believing strongly in the power of the arts to transform minds, hearts and communities.

RSVP to Rolene Lampi
Rolenelampi@gmail.com or 218-742-2401


“The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part; the essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well.” -Baron Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympics.


Rolene Lampi

Vice President/Program Chair


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