Lakata Club Activities
LIBERTY, May 5, 2012 - The Lakata Club of Dayton has ended there year with a delightful programs this spring.
January meeting was held at Patsy Arnold’s home. The club welcomed Benjamin Yee, a student from Lamar University in Beaumont who will graduate in June 2012 with his masters in Chemical Engineering. Benjamin gave an informative talk on some of the vast differences of life in China and America. Club members enjoyed a lengthy question and answer discussion after his presentation.
The February meeting was hosted by Sandra Voytek and Eleanor Brown. Martha Clark of Silsbee Women’s Club presented the club with a very entertaining presentation account of her family’s four generations in Silsbee. Mrs. Clark and her sister, Judy shared artifacts, letters, history and stories of her family as far back as 1800’s.
The March meeting was held at the lovely home of Betty Wilson. The Lakata Club Scholarship applicants were brought to the club by Edith Grantham and Dollie Stone. Everyone enjoyed reading through the applications and was proud to award the scholarship to Alesky Escolante.
The April meeting was at Barbara Zaruba’s home with a very interesting program presented by Cindy Scott. Cindy, an FBI agent talked with us about homeland security issues in our area and answered many questions from the club members.
The Lakata Club final meeting of the year was in the home of Dollie Stone. Charter member, Patsy Davis was remembered with a moment of silent prayer. Barbara Harris introduced Ena Stoesser for the installation of the new officers for the upcoming year. She presented a delightful spin of Magic Mirror with her installation. All members are looking forward to a wonderful summer.
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