Cosgrove Music Club
The Cosgrove Music Club held its April meeting at the home of Betty Brackhahn.
The program committee consisted of Carolyn Pugsley, Debbie Smith, Erin Blake and Clarice Tegtmeier.
The program began with a vocal duet, Mozart's "Ave Verum Corpus,” sung by Carolyn Pugsley and Debbie Smith. The remainder of the program consisted of solos from Broadway musicals, some of which are currently playing on Broadway. Carolyn Pugsley sang "One" and "What I Did For Love" from Chorus Line by Marvin Hamblish. Ava McCoy sang "Tomorrow" from "Annie" by Strouse and Charnin. Debbie Smith sang "Wouldn't It Be Loverly" and "Get Me To The Church On Time" and Clarice Tegtmeier sang "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face" all from My Fair Lady by Lerner and Lowe. The program ended with Kay Miller's rendition of "What Baking Can Do" by Sara Bareilles from Waitress.
Program accompanists were Erin Blake and Clarice Tegtmeier.
The May meeting will be at the home of Yvonna Petit.
Many Blessings poured out over Torchbearer Zeta, as hearts were filled with the joys of sisterhood, and taste buds melted in the goodness of the Beat Sigma Phi Annual Salad Supper in Marysville Kan. Gathered around the dinner table, where many of the fondest of memories are created, members were hosted by Preceptor Zeta Chapter for a delicious meal and Anntie M’s “Promenade Through Women’s History.” Ann Walter shared about Victorian women and everything from winking to handshakes to the twirling of the parasol. How fortunate that women of today are spared the 10 pound attire of 6 petticoats, drawers, and corsets and the 16-18 inch waistline. Marian Shaw was the big winner of the evening with “Split the Pot.”
At the business meeting, following dinner, Maggie Werner and Cheryl Smith reported on their finalized plans for the Annual Founder's Day, April 25th. Donna Schultze will give the Chapter Year in Review. Cheryl Sargent will present the Woman of the Year. Service Chairwomen, Zita Lomax and Rowien Kumm made the purchase and delivery of water for Nebraska flood victims, on behalf of the Chapter.
The next meeting will be held April 25, following the Founders Day Dinner at the Kensington Ballroom.
Delta Kappa Gamma
Epsilon chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Wymore for its April meeting with 12 members and two guests present. The guests were Chloe Craig, or 2019 scholarship winner, and her grandmother, Sue Koehler.
Hostesses were the Wymore Southern DKG teachers.
Mari-Ann Pesek presided over the meeting. Mari-Ann, Sharon Gydesen and Deb Schramm will be attending the state convention. Members will contribute a health basket for the raffle.
JaNahn Van Horn offered to donate another basket filled with children’s books, games and snacks.
Alvera Bade offered to take over the scholarship committee. Members discussed changes and corrections to the chapter rules.
The next meeting will be Sept. 3 at Classics following a program at Quit Stitches. Hostesses will be Alvera Bade and Connie Wallman.