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Musical Club holds March meeting

Musical Club holds March meeting
Hostesses gather for the Floresville Musical Club’s March 12 meeting.

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March 20, 2013
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The monthly meeting of the Floresville Musical Club was held on March 12 in the First Lutheran Church in Floresville.

President Peggy Tipton called the meeting to order and welcomed everyone present. Birthdays and anniversaries were acknowledged, and then Carol Richardson gave the treasurer’s report.

Sarah Gella reported that our Peanut Festival representative will be Lauren Estrada. The winner of our scholarship award has not been chosen yet, but both recipients will be introduced during the April meeting. April will also be the time for our annual Style Show.

Peggy reminded us that it would soon be time to elect officers for the coming year. She urged us to be giving this some thought and appointed LaJuana Newnam-Leus to head the nominating committee.

Lydia Martinez, our program chairman, then introduced Cecelia Sanchez as our student entertainment. Cecelia, who has family in Floresville, is from Austin. She delighted us with a medley of Texas songs in honor of Texas Independence Day.

Our scheduled presentation from Nicki Stohr, librarian at the Sam Fore Jr. Wilson County Public Library, could not be held because she had a family emergency. Lydia, Sandy Migl, and Sandy Vogel filled us in on the program events scheduled this month by the library.

Viola Henke reminded everyone of the upcoming Opry. Lydia Martinez asked for volunteers to model in the Style Show coming up next month, and prayers were asked for all the sick members and their families.

The meeting was closed with a prayer led by Betsy Leifeste.

We were then treated to refreshments consisting of ham and cheese sandwiches, olives, dip and vegetables, nuts, hot tea, and Mandarin orange cupcakes.

The hostesses for the month were: Carol Richardson, Dorothy Johnson, Florence Baumann, Monica Flores, Sandy Migl, Carolyn Hill, Dorothy Uhlig, Kitty Phillips, Cecelia Moczygemba, Martha Eschenburg, and Bonnie Byrne.

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