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Fashion show starts summer hiatus

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : June 1, 2013

Monitor Photo/Robyn Wheeler Cedar Creek Lake Women’s Club members (from left) Rosalee Randall, Barbara Love, Kayla Jordan, Jean Bothe, Carol Price and Betty Paschall, model summer ensembles from Beall’s at the last meeting of the season. The ladies  donned brand-name jewelry, handbags and shoes to go with evening, sports and leisure wear.

Monitor Photo/Robyn Wheeler
Cedar Creek Lake Women’s Club members (from left) Rosalee Randall, Barbara Love, Kayla Jordan, Jean Bothe, Carol Price and Betty Paschall, model summer ensembles from Beall’s at the last meeting of the season. The ladies donned brand-name jewelry, handbags and shoes to go with evening, sports and leisure wear.


Women’s Club members recognized with awards

By Robyn Wheeler
Monitor Staff Writer

GUN BARREL CITY–The Cedar Creek Lake Women’s Club celebrated the last meeting of the club year with a fashion show and member recognition awards.
The Cedar Creek County Club, the clubs normal venue, was closed for the Memorial Day holiday, so Vetoni’s Italian Restaurant owner Mike Lowther was pleased to offer the use his restaurant for the gathering.
Lowther began the festivities by giving away prizes to three lucky ladies, each being able to choose between a plant, a wall decoration and a Vetoni’s dinner for two adults and two kids.
The ladies were then treated to a Beall’s fashion show, where six club members modeled summer evening, formal and casual wear for women.
CCLWC member Kayla Jordan was honored to model Beall’s new tennis wear and accessories they now display in the store.
The ladies also enjoyed fresh salad, chicken florentine and seafood parmasean, bread and ice tea for lunch.
Afterwards, the clubs phone callers were recognized, each receiving a gift bag, for donating their time and dedication throughout the year.
Club member Lynda Bruner was honored to install the 2013-14 officers, who included:
• treasurer Linda Gallatin,
• secretary Donna Bickerstaff,
• first vice president Phyllis Watson,
• second vice president Susan Thomas, and
• president Cindy Beck.
In other news, club members heard:
• the clubs food drive raised $1,377 and was distributed evenly among the four food banks in the area.
• the club is now on summer break and will resume meetings in September.
More photos from this event can be found in the Sunday, June 2, 2013 issue of The Monitor.

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