The Eastern New Mexico News - Serving Clovis, Portales and the Surrounding Communities

By CNJ Staff 

Club notes: Altrusa International

 

August 19, 2006



Members of Altrusa

International of Clovis met at

Muffley's Backdoor for their

monthly program meeting.

Hostesses for the evening were

Glenda Hileman, Kathy Travis,

and Joanne Winslow. The group

was treated to a fresh vegetable

dinner.

The guest speaker for the

evening was Dr. Stephen Naggs.

He talked about coming to

Clovis and getting ready to set

up his practice in podiatry.

He spoke about several foot conditions

and remedies available.

A short business meeting was

conducted by President Phyllis

Davidson after the program. The

club approved the coloring book

that will be distributed at

Altrusa's annual pumpkin patch

on Oct. 28.

Margaret Blazek reported that

matching funds are available

through Thrivent for the Club's

Ranchitos de Christo project in

Mexico.

The club will serve at Dillard's

during their Christmas sale in

order to raise funds, which will

be matched by Thrivent.

Members agreed to move the

Oct. 9 business meeting up to

Oct. 4 in order to accomodate the

official District Ten visit by

Rhoda Struhs, District Ten president-

elect.

The club authorized a gift of

$300 for a single mom to pay for

books and school supplies.

Eash member brought school

supplies to the meeting which

will be delivered to the orphanage

in San Carlos Mexico in

September.

The next meeting will be a

business meeting at noon

Tuesday.

 

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