Week of January 3 – 7, 2022
Kathy LaTour will be retiring effective
Tuesday, January 4th. She has served the
Duluth Woman’s Club for 20 years and made
many friends. She will be missed.
We want to thank Kathy for her service
and wish her well in the future.
Tuesday, January 4th, 10 am
Executive Board Zoom Meeting
Bridge and games Tuesday.
Contact Sandra Keyser with questions
The Governing Board has determined that the Duluth Woman’s Club will require all members to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 in order to enter the Club and must wear a mask while in the building except for eating and drinking. This will stay in effect until the CDC determines that it is no longer necessary to monitor vaccination status for the Corona Virus and variations.
Start the new year among friends!
We are having a program and lunch on two Fridays in January, the 7th and 21st. Botanist (and member) Gretchen Meier will tell us about the Olga Lakela Herbarium at UMD on January 7th. For lunch, you will have a choice of a turkey, bacon and swiss sandwich with couscous salad or a chicken Caesar salad with couscous. Dessert will be an assortment of cookies and bars.
On Friday, January 21st, Patty Salo Downs will present “Made from Scratch with Love.” Said DWC member, Patty, “I am looking forward to sharing my love of cooking, collecting cookbooks and family recipes and more with the ladies in the club.”
Your choice for lunch will be Asian chicken salad croissant with a grain salad or cranberry goat cheese chicken salad. Your choice of an assortment of cookies and bars for dessert.
Please email (email@example.com) or call (202-352-8168) Pam Williams to reserve your spot and menu choice by January 5th and/or January 19th.
The Book Club will meet on Thursday,
February 10th from 10-12.
We will discuss the novel “The Lincoln Highway” (The best novel I have read in a long time).
I do need someone to lead the discussion.
If you would like to do this, please contact
Photo Club with Lucy Kragness
No photo walk until further notice.
“Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much. -Helen Keller
Vice President/Program Chair