Club Notes: Young Ladies' Institute and Tracy Woman's Club
by TP staff
Aug 31, 2012 | 2237 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
YLI goes back to school

The September meeting of the Young Ladies Institute at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church will begin at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5.

The meeting day has shifted to accommodate the St. Bernard’s Parish Fall Festival, which will be from Sept. 14 to 16 in the church’s small hall.

During Wednesday’s meeting, YLI members will dress in school colors and share photographs of their school days to celebrate the start of the school year. Three new members will join the group.

On Oct. 10, YLI’s grand president will visit the chapter, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m., and refreshments will follow. Members are asked to dress casually in blue and white.

The group’s annual Mass will be at 10 a.m. Oct. 21, the third Sunday of the month, with seating reserved in the front left pews in St. Bernard’s Catholic Church. Some members will meet at Perko’s Café for breakfast after Mass; those who wish to participate should call Debbie Grinstead at 835-6185 for reservations.

St. Bernard’s is at 163 W. Eaton Ave.

For information: Eva Gonsalves, 835-3702.



Tracy Woman’s Club welcomes newcomers

Prospective members are invited to attend the next meeting of the Tracy Woman’s Club, when members will hear from guest Joan Reed about the accomplishments of the California Federation of Women’s Clubs since its founding in 1903.

The Tracy club was founded in 1921 as a CFWC member organization.

Tracy Woman’s Club will meet at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 7, at Tracy Elks Lodge, 6400 W. 11th St. Lunch reservations must be made by Wednesday, Sept. 5; cost is $15.

For information: Joan Rickman, 835-3609.

• Members of clubs in Tracy or Mountain House are invited to share news about their groups. Send email to tpourtown@tracypress.com, call 835-3030 or leave a note at 145 W. 10th St.
Comments
(0)
Comments-icon Post a Comment
No Comments Yet


We encourage readers to share online comments in this forum, but please keep them respectful and constructive. This is not a space for personal attacks, libelous statements, profanity or racist slurs. Comments that stray from the topic of the story or are found to contain abusive language are subject to removal at the Press’ discretion, and the writer responsible will be subject to being blocked from making further comments and have their past comments deleted. Readers may report inappropriate comments by e-mailing the editor at tpnews@tracypress.com.