The Terra Alta Civic Membership held its month-to-month September assembly and set up of officers. The Membership’s new 2023-24 officers are: co-presidents, Pat Greaser and Norleen Hoadley; co-vice presidents, Jenni Mills and Charlotte Wiles; treasurer, Teddi Cox; recording secretary, Carolyn Cosner; corresponding secretary, Mary Jo Gregg; historian, Marilyn Metheny.
The membership will proceed to be busy with many initiatives.
It held an appreciation Again-2-Faculty luncheon on the Terra Alta East Preston college on Aug. 25 for academics and college employees.
Upcoming, the Eldest Girl and Gents dinner might be Oct. 14 at Alpine Lake Resort for Portland District residents who might be 80 years outdated in 2023. Membership members will join with district residents for his or her participation. In case you have not heard from the membership, please contact any Civic Membership member to order. Reservations have to be made by Oct. 7 because it won’t be able to accommodate walk- ins.
As a fundraising initiative, membership members will promote raffle tickets for a $500 money prize at Saturday’s Oktoberfest at Alpine Lake, and through the annual Buckwheat Competition in Kingwood. Attain out to a member to get your raffle tickets.
The Civic Membership of Terra Alta welcomes new members. All that’s required is a need to fulfill new individuals and contribute to the higher group by volunteering your time and expertise. The overall conferences are scheduled April via December. Open to all ages and genders.
The following assembly is Oct. 9.