P.E.O. Reciprocity resumes its annual spring brunch Celebration
Right after a two-calendar year pandemic pause, the Council Bluffs/Treynor P.E.O. Reciprocity Sisterhood declared nowadays the resumption of its annual Spring Brunch to be held on Saturday, April 23, at New Horizon Presbyterian Church, 30 Valley Watch Travel, from 9:30 a.m. right up until noon. Attendance is by advance reservation to the member’s respective chapter and tickets, payable in progress, are $16.
All those in attendance will have the pleasure of listening to a stirring functionality by the Iowa Western Neighborhood Band. Less than the direction of Don Jacobson, the band is composed of location musicians who participate in a broad assortment of brass and wind devices and mix their musical talents to entertain audiences with an array of acquainted common and pop tunes.
In addition, Reciprocity has organized for display screen space so that unique chapters can show and promote their wares, arts and crafts, as a fund-increasing effort in a marketplace location, just prior to the serving of a connoisseur brunch menu which will be served by volunteers from the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority of Council Bluffs.
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Coordinating and presiding P.E.O. Reciprocity board associates and committee assignments for this celebration are:
Cheryl Punteney, President, representing Chapter LP
Kathleen Pyper, Vice President, Chapter LR
Karen Collins, Recording Secretary, Chapter MF
Nancy Cozhair, Corresponding Secretary, Chapter MQ
Julie Funkhouser, Treasurer, Chapter OZ
Jan Stone, Challenge Advisor, Chapter FK
Nancy File, Audit & Bylaws, Chapter GQ
Amy Krasne, Previous President Advisor, Chapter IQ.
Committee member assignments include: Cottey University Lateral Transfers and Unaffiliates The PCE Software for Continuing Education, and IPS – the Worldwide Peace Scholarships.
Reciprocity serves as a clearing dwelling and advisory board to 8 various chapters of P.E.O. – an international Philanthropic Academic Firm – which, in the region, encourages instructional grants and scholarships for deserving students. In addition, the corporation supplies a referral assistance for new and transferring customers into the group.
Chapter LP to host heritage talks open to public
Chapter LP of the P.E.O. Worldwide Sisterhood introduced right now a new sequence of plans for the 2022-23 year focused to historical gatherings in the advancement of Council Bluffs as a town and in celebration of its 176th birthday (1846-2022). Departing from its normal format, and living up to its mission of philanthropy and training, associates of Chapter LP are extending an open up invitation right now to background buffs and local citizens who wish to avail them selves to an enlightening and entertaining expertise to master about the chain of gatherings which brought our city into getting, its producing a long time. and how it has led us up to the present time.
The collection of commemorative illustrated talks on our native and adopted beloved town are scheduled, as follows: Held from 1 to p.m. with complementary espresso and tea to precede each plan, the collection is cost-free-of-cost and will spotlight the early many years, the center a long time, and convey the observer up to the present time in our city’s background. The timetable includes the following subject areas and speakers:
Tuesday, April 12, “The Early Years” that includes Dr. Richard Warner, retired dentist, president of Maintain Council Bluffs and VP of the Pottawattamie County Historic Culture. Dr. Warner poses this question to pique our desire:
“What do you get when you cross option with skullduggery? You get Council Bluffs”
Tuesday, April 26, “Where Have We Been and In which Are We Likely?” with Drew Kamp, President, Council Bluffs Chamber of Commerce.
Tuesday, Might 10, “Early Scenes, Photographs and Inventive Depictions of Council Bluffs in its Infancy” chosen from the operates of early noteworthy American artists. Illustrated by Adam Van Osdel, imaginative director, Pottawattamie Arts, Tradition and Entertainment.
Tuesday, June 14, “The Center Many years and How They Produced a Significant Big difference in Our City’s Progress,” introduced by Richard Miller, local historian and philanthropist.