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Thanks go to those who have served the lodge and to those who are headed into office in January. Several new members were welcomed and Agent Helen Tyson Brown reports that several new applications are in the works. If you know somebody who is looking for insurance, contact her and she will gladly get them signed up. Members may bring a door prize to be given away at the end of the meeting. Members and guests gathered Thursday, Oct.
Telicia Anderson, Amy Witcher and Cindy Witcher recorded the winners of each prize as the tickets were drawn. Local businesses as well as lodge members donated 35 prizes. The lodge greatly appreciates the support of the donors and those who purchased tickets. The funds raised from ticket sales are used to award scholarships to graduating seniors. The students earn their scholarships by selling tickets. Following the drawing, Dennis Wigginton shared a certificate from the Home Office A great meal was served after the meeting.
Thanks go to all who made side dishes to go with the turkey and ham. Bobby and Juliea Wilbanks as usual provided the meats and everybody chipped in to make this a fantastic meal. That is the way it is supposed to be done. The next meeting will be held Sunday, Dec.So we meet again Mr Snowman
This will be the annual steak dinner and all are welcome and encouraged to attend. Details are forthcoming but the event usually gets going about 6: An effort is under way to gather email addresses for all lodge members to keep them informed about events at the Hall. The collection of email addresses will begin soon. The Home Association will embark on a new journey next year, hoping to create standard hours of operation and to provide an up-to-date calendar of events at the Hall.
The new POS system is helping in the effort to upgrade services and provide accountability for inventory and day-to-day operations of the Hall. Patience is needed with the changes, as they will benefit all. More volunteers are needed to help with a clothing drive, a book drive and to feed the Church Kids a couple of Sundays a year not to mention other lodge events that will happen throughout the year.
Your volunteering will make a difference. And input is needed on what the lodge should be doing to make it a more active part of the community.
The holidays are always a busy time. All members are welcome at the Hall for all the activities. Plan to attend your lodge meetings.
Members also are welcome at the Home Association meetings, which are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Hall at 7 p. He praised the local lodge for its dedication to its junior members. He stated that passing the legacy of membership from generation to generation demonstrates a great commitment to the organization.
He has served the lodge for many years as a member, officer and agent. Charles Harris celebrated his in October. Each member and guest present received a door prize. Members are urged to attend and enjoy the festivities including the gift exchange game.
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Pizza is on the menu. Two members received their membership pins at the Nov. Dickie Rutherford and Rudy Schroeder each received their year pins. Dickie has been a member since May 22, Rudy has been a member since March 4, Seventy-year pins will be mailed from the Home Office to Kathryn E.
Matthews, a member since March 5,and Darrel Schuenemann, a member since May 12, Sixty-year membership pins will be mailed from the Home Office to Phyllis E. Conrad, a member since Aug. Fehlis, a member since Sept. Hoffman, a member since July 2, ; Frederic V. Smith, a member since Oct. Three generations of the Ann and Rudy Schroeder family were present. A moment of silence was observed in memory of two members. Gwen Till passed away on Oct.
She had been a member since July Alfred Seeliger passed away Oct. He had been a member since August Agent Janice Kuhen discussed several new polices with the group and reported the lodge was waiting on acceptance of one new member.
Membership Coordinator Dickie Rutherford reported sending many sympathy and get-well cards. The officers were elected. The officers will be installed at the January meeting. They are pictured with Secretary Debbie Pfefferkorn. Three generations of the Schroeder family were on hand for the November Lockhart Lodge meeting at which Rudy Schroeder received his year membership pin. A traditional Christmas dinner will be catered. Members are asked to bring a dessert to complete the meal. Games will follow the meeting.
The lodge will be collecting items to be donated to St. Items needed for the children include anything from pajamas to arts and crafts to headphones to blow dryers. Members are asked to bring these items to the December meeting.
Three members have transferred out of Pershing Lodge. Dorth Rigdon was welcomed to her first meeting. Youth through age 15 can ride free of charge. The barge sets sail at 6 p. Contact Terri at for more information. Betty was present after just having a pacemaker implanted. It was also reported that Shirley Roemer is in need of prayers. They are members of Pershing Lodge. Janilla also celebrates her birthday in November. Schulenburg to hold annual party Dec. The meal will be served at noon.
There will not be a silent auction this year. The hall will be decorated from 9: At the November meeting, one new member, Julius Rene Cardenas, was welcomed. The lodge has been asked to gather information about the history of the lodge for the Schulenburg Museum exhibit. If anyone has some information, contact Mary K. Sympathy cards were sent to Joe Cernosek and family follow- ing the loss of Sharon Cernosek, to Virginia Kainer and family following the loss of Leo Kainer and Tina Anders and family following the loss of Douglas Anders.
Verdell Hafer won the Hermann Sons Life bag. The lodge meets the second Wednesday of the month except in December. They are members of Schulenburg Lodge. The dance students will perform and refreshments will be served. Members elected the officers at the November meeting. Membership coordinator will be Roberta Wenzel and community coordinator will be Carolyn Hoepfl.
A moment of silence was observed in their memory. Tickets will be available until Dec. The meal will be bacon wrapped chicken, green beans, potatoes and salad.
Everyone is asked to bring their favorite dessert to share. He shared some interesting information. Did you know that Texas had 23 original municipalities and in they changed them to counties? To be a new county, there is a minimum size requirement of square miles and the parent county has to remain at least square miles in size. Commissioner Wolverton updated everyone on many aspects of the expected growth of Guadalupe County, answered many questions and discussed new pavement techniques.
Members met at Autumn Winds on Friday, Oct. The residents were receptive and enjoyed the contents of the bags. They were happy to see the two junior members who accompanied the others and the junior members enjoyed petting the cats. Members got to see all four of the churches.
The churches are beautiful and worth the trip. Attendance prizes went to Casey Shepherd and Nell Shepherd. The junior attendance prize winner was Michael Campos. Dawn Bierstedt was named youth coordinator. New appointees are Katherine Campos, communications coordinator, and Casey Shepherd, community coordinator. Members and Bandera County School of Dance students are invited to attend.
The dancers will give everyone a preview of what they have learned. The lodge will provide goody bags for the dancers. Santa will make a guest appearance. Cookies and punch will be served. Stephanie Brown has announced that the dance recital is set for May and will be held at Bandera High School in Bandera. The lodge welcomed six new junior members during the Nov.
Just Cause 3 Brings Back the Legendary Mr. Snowman
Eddleman and Gavin Gregory Garcia. A note of thanks was received for the donation. Discussion followed about how to get more lodge members to attend meetings. Adult members with children in the dance program will receive a postcard inviting them to attend the Jan. The Reiles will host the meeting that starts at 3 p. All members of the lodge are welcome and Bandera County Lodge has elected and appointed its officers for Eileen Heath, standing, front left, will once again serve as president.
Allan Biering won the attendance prize. After the meeting, members enjoyed a meal of sausage, sauerkraut, side dishes and desserts. The lodge hosted a Halloween party Oct. Everyone had a great time. There were games and prizes for the children and adults. It is very special.
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As with all things baby related, it will get easier. Tiny humans require a ridiculous amount of cargo, and packing it all up can feel like an overwhelming task in the early months. For an easier exit, keep the diaper bag stocked and ready to go.
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