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Lake Junaluska Women meet

Lake Junaluska Women meet

On Flag Day at Lake Junaluska, about 50 of Junaluska Woman’s Club’s 75 members gathered for a luncheon at Lakeside Bistro. 

Lake Junaluska Executive Director Ken Howle provided an informative program. Rev. Rebecca Mathis provided both the blessing and benediction. The club’s Co-presidents Kitten Ervin and Lynda Varner presided, Vice President Nancy Hood introduced the speaker, Treasurer Mary Haggard provided the club’s financial report, Secretary Jan Lemasters made several announcements plus assisted Lynda Varner in selling tickets for the popular annual JWC summer fashion show fundraiser, Membership Chairman Grace Gattis provided name tags and membership forms, and club Historian Merritt Hampton (Casper) provided the HerStory Moment on the topic of  “1921 red flag porch visiting etiquette and 2021 porch pop-ups at Lake J” including announcing there will be several small group pop-up activities to look forward to this season.

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