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Women’s club selects new officers at luncheon
Women's Club officers
Diane Rochelle was selected as president. Angela McGown is first vice-president in charge of programs for the club. Catherine Dunlap is second vice-president coordinating membership. Patty Picard will serve as the club’s treasurer. Recording secretary is Choyer Parker and Susan Thompson will be the club’s corresponding secretary.Rotary club installs new board members
St. Charles Rotary Club installed officers and board members for the 2008-09 year.
They are Mark Klein, past president and board member; Shelly Schonekas and Debbie Kinler, board; Robbie Brou, president; Curtis Duhe, vice president; Carl Cantrelle, secretary; Jeannine Granier, board; Tanya Colee, board; Julie Hebert, board; Elaine Stuart, board; and (not shown) Dennis Nuss, sergeant-at-arms.ties. The club’s new meeting are Tuesdays at noon at Occasions Restaurant in Luling.
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