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ual luncheon held at nzanita Manor January lOth HUNTER briefly, Rose Ann McEntee Mary Wright became the Sec. awards and ,ou" luncheon was Manzanita Manor at 12 p.m. in the for the volunteers. Bob King :one and Rev. of the Neighborhood a sho_r.t pra___yer ring lunch Mr. of the Cotter in Sebastapol his appreciation many things the ors do for the s. Mr. King spoke Director of Nurses) ex- pressed her gratitude, and Jan Freeman (Activities Director) spoke. Mr. King gave out special awards and carnations to many of the volunteers. A business meeting of the Vblunteer Auxiliary was held. Retiring Pres. Ruth Hunter expressed her gratitude for the co-operation received by the members the past 2 years. Mrs. Stella Planck installed the new officers for 1980. Vivian Menicucci became the new President, Cecelia Baker became the vice President, and Lydia Ma became the treasurer,and historian. The lovely luncheon was enjoyed by 35 volunteers. On Tues., Jan. 8, the Jan. birthday party was held. Eight residents celebrated Jan. birthdays, with Effa Harrington being the oldest at 96, and Jeff Hartley the youngest at 63. Resident Hostess Laurene Callahan cut the very lovely birthday cake, which was served with punch, to the residents by volunteers Mr. and /lrs. Golindo and Ruth Hunter ....:.::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::t::::::::::; y and nge Blossom rden Club News i , : .... .... =:::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::.:.:::::::::.:+:::::+:::.: ................ :.:+:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.: ................... : ....... :.:.:.:+:.:,:,&apos;-:.:.:-:. About thirty-five people gathered at Manzanita Manor last Thursday for a .... "Thank you" luncheon and Installation of Officers for 1980. Front row, left to right: Helen Campbell, past vice-president of the volunteer auxiliary; Jan r LEAH NORIEL still most helpful in personal usage, here in Cloverdale. Besides her personal usage Orange Blossom she did much research from Club met Jan. 7 at 1 the local library and her talk the Grange Hall and was especially educational. the rank of She had a large plant on planning an exhibit and sent a section of t) support the High the leaf around to the Band with funds members to show its use. At their Vienna trip. the conclusion of her talk she Marcus, president gave live plants to the the meeting with members, some will be sold Allegiance and at the plant sale which is to be present, a part of the school fund Austin was hostess raiser at the Flea Market cookies, coffee April 12, with Anita York and Gladys Eriekson in charge. Stewart introduced Five members were absent who spoke on due to illness. A card was a cactus like also sent to Mrs. Ruth Oeding centuries ago by who has been hospitalized. world, and An executive meeting will be held at the Dorthy Brooks home. Evelyn Bryson spoke on the flower exhibit at the Citrus Fair and gave many helpful hints for preparat'[on-and entering and urged all members to place both live and dried exhibits. For more information call Winnie Connolly or the Citrus Fair. Orene Wehr also spoke on the subject. Rhio La Violette read an origional poem she wrote for a wedding while visiting in Canada. It was lovely. The collection for "Pennies for Pines" was taken and the group was dismissed by the president until the Feb. 4th meeting. 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