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FIRST VICE NATIONAL REGENT VISITS
SECOND PLACE FOR MINNESOTA
Cindy Bullerman of Court Santa Maria #247, Adrian, and Deb
Lutmer, Court St. Bernard #886, Lismore, are all smiles after
receiving second place award in the CDA National Newsletter
Contest. Cindy and Deb were co-editors of Voice of the Lakes, the
Minnesota state newsletter, from 2015-2017. They received the
award at a summer workshop in Slayton.
Court St. Joan of Arc #428, Creston, Iowa, welcomed First Vice
National Regent Sherry Nilles who spoke to the court and
answered questions about Catholic Daughters history. Sherry and
her husband Lee bravely rode motorcyles to the meeting! In the
photo, following Sherry's presentation, left to right, Carol McKee,
recording secretary; Retta Ripperger, regent; Sherry Nilles; Alice
Reed, treasurer; and Kay Kinsella, financial secretary.
TEA TIME FOR TEXAS COURT
Court Mercy of Jesus #2407, Tomball, Texas, held its third
Annual High Tea/Membership Drive with the theme Tea Around
the World. Each table was formally set for tea time in different
countries, including Britain, the United States, China, India,
Argentina and Ireland. Court members did a great job decorating
the tables and dressing the part to present information about
each country's tea. Hostesses at each table served a variety of
scones, sandwiches and desserts. Sixty-five attended and the
court said there is great potential for new members. In the photo,
"nicely dressed for tea," left to right, Dorothy Teal, Rose McKee,
Rosalie Melia, Sandra Warhol, Diane O'Donnell, Mary Hunter,
Maggie Zanco and Elaine Steinbach.
GOLD ROBING CEREMONY FOR CALIFORNIA
Newly-elected California State Regent Karen Bootz was honored
with a Gold Robing Ceremony that included Mass celebrated
by Most Rev. Armando Xavier Ochoa. The event coincided with
the Feast of Our of Lady of Czestochowa, who is Karen Bootz'
patroness. In the photo are California State Treasurer Mary
Beasley, Second Vice National Regent Vickie Feist, Bishop
Armando Ochoa, State Regent Karen Bootz, Second Vice State
Regent Tess Chiampas and State Secretary Eileen Bagwell.