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Musical Club enjoys spring reception


Musical Club enjoys spring reception
Musical Club April hostesses (l-r) Martha Eschenburg, Dorothy Johnson, Cecilia Moczygemba, Bonnie Byrne, Peggy Tipton, Mary Jane Moczygemba, Linda Blair, and Monica Flores gather for the April 8 meeting. Florence Baumann was also a hostess.


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The Floresville Musical Club held its monthly meeting on April 8 in the First Lutheran Church in Floresville.

Peggy Tipton opened the meeting by introducing the guests present. Martha Eschenburg then introduced the hostesses for this month, Mary Jane Moczygemba, Bonnie Byrne, Cecilia Moczygemba, Dorothy Johnson, Monica Flores, Florence Baumann, Peggy Tipton, and Linda Blair. Not present were Barbara Vipond and Margaret Pitman.

Haley Wares, the club’s scholarship winner for this year, read her winning essay, titled “Artistic Technology.” Peggy presented Haley with a small token of our appreciation.

The meeting was then turned over to Lydia Martinez, who introduced our style show presented by Sisters Boutique. Models, including our own Joyce Gorden, showed us beautiful clothes, shoes, and accessories. Throughout the style show, names were drawn for door prizes courtesy of Sisters, which included gift certificates, jewelry, fragrances and gels, and candles. The lucky winners were well-pleased.

Next month we will all meet at the Freasiers’ home for our Tour of Homes. We will be moving to the Methodist Church and have our first meeting there in October. Many thanks were given to the Lutheran Church for their gracious hospitality, and to the Methodist Church for allowing us to meet there next year. The nominated slate of officers will be presented and voted on at the May meeting.​

Birthdays, anniversaries, and get-well wishes were acknowledged. Upcoming events in our community were mentioned and members were urged to sign up for the Peanut Festival Rehearsal Dinner.

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned and members were treated to a spring reception. The room and tables were decorated with Easter decorations and a beautiful centerpiece of spring flowers adorned the main table. Refreshments, consisting of salads, crackers, deviled eggs, and cake, were enjoyed by all.
 

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