Week of November 1 – 5, 2021

Tuesday, November 2nd, 10 am
Zoom Executive Board Meeting

Great news! The vacant lot sale resulted in  a net of $109,319.31 minus the unfinished electrical in our club. Special thanks goes out to our realtor, Lynn Bentfield, Ellie Dryer who negotiated the sale, and her husband, Craft Dryer, for donating the paperwork to make the sale possible. Joy Miller also lent her support during all the on site meetings and discussions. Don and Laura Ness are the buyers who plan to start building a house next Spring.

The Bazaar is fast approaching on November 6, 9-2 pm. We will be setting up tables and getting everything together this week Wednesday through Friday. I will be at the club from 10-3 on those days if you want to stop by to help or drop off items. We are well staffed but I could use a couple more bodies for the afternoon shift 12:15-2:15 pm or plan on dropping by with friends to see seasonal items, art from 7 artists, edibles and much more.
Thanks, Rosemary
218-390-8426   roseyrita@mac.com

2022 Tour of Homes and Gardens

Please consider utilizing your talents to chair or
co-chair this annual fundraising event on July 20th. The work is spread among many and will be supported by past Committee Chairs who have expertise to share. We are
also in need of talent to chair the various committees.
Contact Rolene Lampi for more information.

Mostly Mysteries Book Club

Club Meets on November 11th from 10-12 (note time change)
We are reading Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty.
Joann Kovach will lead the discussion

Friday, November 19th
Noon Lunch, 1 pm Program
Patty Salo Downs, Miina Designs 
 “Made from Scratch, with Love”

“I am looking forward to sharing my love of cooking, collecting
cookbooks and family recipes and more with the ladies in the club.”

Friday, December 3rd
Noon Lunch, 1 pm Program
Diane Kaarbo, Holiday Décor Hacks
Make & Take $10, Hanging snow globe 

Friday, December 10th
Christmas Tea
More information to follow

Photo Club with Lucy Kragness

Photo Walk: Wednesday, November 3

Time to check out what the Park Point Trail reveals in the fall! We will explore on Wednesday, November 3. We will meet at 1 pm by Sky Harbor Airport, which is at the end of Minnesota Avenue on Park Point. It’s an easy walk in the old growth forest, and we will look for driftwood and other beach combing treasures along the lakeshore. Fun times! 

“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty.” -Mother Theresa

Rolene Lampi

Vice President/Program Chair

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