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Bluebonnet Study Club News
Wednesday, July 23, 2008 • Posted July 23, 2008

A Mason Bluebonnet Study Club delegation lead by club president Mary Hemphill, and including Brinda Pape and Betty Meyer, attended the Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs Alamo District Summer Workshop in Jourdanton on Friday, July 18. District president Patsy Troell of Pleasanton presided over the day-long meeting. A traveling team of state officers presented information and encouragement to those attending to enable clubs in the district to have a successful program of events during the next two years.

State president Marjorie Williamson of Horseshoe Bay led the team and was assisted by state president elect Dorothy Roberts of Aransas Pass, state second vice president Sandi Conway of Albany, state juniorettes chair Mary Vongswavath of Alpine, and by audience participation.

The meeting was held in the Jourdanton Library Community Room which is a very comfortable, well lighted area located in a new building in the downtown section. A light lunch was served by the district officers who were the hosts of the event.

The Alamo District covers a large section of Texas and includes clubs from Beeville, Cotulla, Lytle, Pleasanton, Port Lavaca, Refugio, Rocksprings, San Antonio, Victoria, and Mason.

In picture attached: The delegation from Mason Bluebonnet Study Club to the Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs Alamo District Summer Workshop from left to right Betty Meyer, Mary Hemphill, and Brinda Pape seated in front of district officers who were their hosts. Back row left to right are TFWC Historical Foundation Trustee Robin Hogue, district secretary Pat Stevens, district first vice president Carol Habgood, district president Patsy Troell, district second vice president Kellie Pesek, and district president elect Jo Cornstubble.

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