Trinity Lutheran Church Women
Published 8:54 am Friday, June 10, 2011
Trinity Lutheran Church Women held their annual Pioneer Day Luncheon on June 1.
Trinity women 80 years and older were honored guests. The theme for the luncheon was “The Little Old Lady Who Lived In A Shoe.” The tables were decorated with miniature shoe collections, old gloves and jewelry.
The guests were welcomed by President Bev Jackson Cotter. She gave some interesting events that have happened over the last 100 years in the women group of Trinity.
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Devotions were given by Verlaine Williams, who also wrote a poem honoring the guests. The table prayer was sung with Pat Goldman as accompanist.
A delicious lunch was served by the Elizabeth Circle with Phyllis Tavis and Mary Ann Martinson as co-chairwomen and the Mary Circle with Leann Juveland as chair woman. The Harmony Junction was introduced by Williams. They presented a concert to the group. They also presented Karen McGill and Williams as chairwomen of the event each a red rose. Virginia Plantage lead the group in praying the Lord’s Prayer.