Women’s Club on positive path

Jul 29, 2023 | Communities

Women’s Club officers (Photo by Mary-Justine Lanyon)

The 2023-2024 officers for the Women’s Club of Lake Arrowhead were installed at their July 19 meeting, held at Spade & Spatula. Serving the club this year are Kathy Lewis, communications director; Emily Reynolds, 1st VP membership; Ines Stewart, recording secretary; Polly Sauer, president and 2nd VP; Teresa Coon, VP ways and means; Carol Labarrere, treasurer; Cindy Burnett, parliamentarian; Kristin Countryman, auditor; and Jeri Simpson, assistant to the president. At the meeting Laura MacFarlane Donohoo announced that the club had earned $5,264 in the past six months from the members’ volunteer work at the Mountain Thrift Shoppe, despite the shop being closed for four months due to the snow and damage to the building. “This was our best six months in history,” she told the club. And President Polly Sauer reported the club now has 72 members, the greatest number since it was founded in 1926.




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