Week of February 28 – March 4, 2022

March 3, 2022

To ensure the safety of our members, the Club requires all members and staff to be fully vaccinated, including the booster. Please bring proof of vaccination with you going forward. A photo of the card is sufficient. Thank you.


Tuesday, March 1st, 10 am
Executive Board Meeting on Zoom


Keeping you in the loop…..

Keeping you in the loop…..Saturday morning a passer-by noticed what he thought was smoke coming from our building and the strong smell of smoke.  The Fire Department was called.  The smoke was the normal furnace exhaust, but the smell of smoke was very strong and concerning.  The Fire Department determined that there was probable cause to enter the building.  Thankfully, no fire was found.
The source of the smoke was from the construction site on Branch Street on the West side of our lower property.  The construction company was burning material against city ordinance.  The Fire Department talked to those responsible and the fire was put out.  
Our building is secure.  There was slight damage to a lock in order for the Fire Department to enter, but the damage has been assessed and everything is okay for now.  Char continues to check the building.  Needed repairs will be made.  Patty


Bridge and Games continue on 
Tuesdays and Wednesdays


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


Friday, March 18th
Noon Lunch, Program 1 pm


“Ten Things You Need to Know About
Estate Planning”
By Kay Biga

Kay assures us the program is more fun
than it sounds!

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


“Winds of March, we welcome you. There is work for you to do. Work and play and blow all day. Blow the winter cold away. -Unknown


Rolene Lampi

Vice President/Program Chair


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