Week of January 9-13, 2023


Programs

Friday, January 20

Dr Natalie Chin
Sea Grant Advisory Services
University of Wisconsin Superior

Dr Chin will discuss how climate change
effects the Great Lakes,
especially Lake Superior,
and what we personally can do
to combat climate change.

Lunch begins at noon followed by the program at 1:00 pm

Please make your reservations to Jeri at
218-724-3168/info@duluthwomansclub.com
by noon on Wednesday, January 18


Friday, February 3

Tony Dierckins
Local Author

Tony Dierckins will discuss
his newest book,
Duluth’s Grand Old Architecture
1870-1940

He will bring copies of his books
to sell and autograph. 

Lunch begins at noon followed by the program
at 1:00 pm

Please make your reservations to Jeri at
218-724-3168/info@duluthwomansclub.com
by noon on Wednesday, February 1

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Programs will be held twice a month,
on the first and third Fridays of each month,
except in September because of the Labor Day Holiday
or if our speaker is not able to make it on a pre-scheduled Friday.


Community Outreach

Stay Tuned

Bingo fundraiser for the
Ronald McDonald House


Photography Club

No photo walk this week


Tuesday
Bridge and Canasta
11:00 am – 3:30 pm
Lunch at 12 noon


Wednesday
Mah Jongg

1:30-3:30 pm


The DWC Book Bunch

Tuesday, January 10
10-11:30 am
Board Room

Katie Kuettel will lead a discussion of
The Good House by Ann Leary

Call or email Karen Dock with questions
218-349-4350/dockdk827@aol.com


Parking Reminder

Parking is allowed in the bus turnaround
(to the west of the club)
until 4:00 pm week days.


Are not flowers the stars of the earth? Clara Lucas Balfour

Covid Vaccination required to enter club, masks encouraged.


Pam Williams


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