Authors Kristine Poggioli and Carolyn Eidson with Linda at our June luncheon program
May's field trip was a tour of SF City Hall.
We used Clipper Cards and took public transportation!
Welcome to our Spring Scholarship Tea!
Hosts decorate a table with a chosen theme.
Books read by the Book Club were eye-catchers.
The South Pacific calls Suzi.
Donna and Elinor collaborated on an Asian theme.
Phyllis and Sheila
Ellen and Janis focused on a floral theme.
A Scandinavian Spring
Neta and Jetta
Julie K always makes elaborate and elegant decorations.
Laura's Marilyn Monroe table
Laura also created a patriotic multicultural theme.
Some members brought out their Spring hats.
May's field trip to the Gardens of Alcatraz
A docent explains that the Gardens are a project of the Golden Gate NP Conservancy.
Rehabilitation of the beds and plants was a ten year effort.
The Gardens are truly a sight to see.
Remnants of the 14 month occupation by Indians of All Tribes 1969-1971
Entrance to a cell block
Laura with former inmate William Baker, author of Alcatraz #1259
Returning from another fun field trip
April's pot luck, yet again delicious!
This coverlet was displayed in anticipation of the auction at the Spring Scholarship Tea.
Jana Haehl introduced the speaker for our April luncheon, Richard Torney.
Torney's great grandfather served as Chief of Sanitation after the 1906 earthquake.
Despite shortages of water and supplies, Lt Col Torney averted an outbreak of disease.
Richard Torney's grandfather took photos of the damage.
For the March field trip we visited the Red Oak Victory Ship at Pt Richmond
Wrench used to tighten propeller to shaft
Propeller with Oakland-San Francisco in the background.
Vintage WWII radio equipment
Linda on the Bridge
Looking up from the engine room
A knot board and local art are displayed in the ship's museum.
Disembarking after an interesting, informative trip
In March Corte Madera's Town Manager presented the "State of the Town"
All eyes were on Todd Cusimano, Town Manager.
March also brought the Giant Indoor Yard Sale. Shoppers waited for the opening.
The Setup Team had a lot to set out and organize!
The Boutique Area surprised many with its unique values.
One could outfit oneself from tip to toe.
Setup Co-Leaders Donna (l) and Suzi (r) with Overall Coordinator Armelle (c)
Sales Team Co-Leader Ellen
Sales Team Co-Leader Jane
Happy shoppers kept the cashiers busy.
Vicki engages shoppers.
Armelle, Ellen, Laura, and Vicki
Last minute shopping!
The Clean-Up Team worked with record efficiency!
By 5pm, there was no trace of 2019's Giant Indoor Yard Sale!
February field trip to the California Society of Pioneers Exhibit, "Her Side of the Story"
Field trips often include a visit to a tasty lunch spot.
February luncheon speaker Elaine Petrocelli from Book Passage
Book recommendations from Elaine are a tradition for our February meeting.
February also featured a travelog by Becky Reed: Women in Central Asia.
Becky shared observations from her 26 day trip.
The trip included Iran, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.
January's field trip visited the Sausalito Women's Clubhouse designed by Julia Morgan.
The Clubhouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Notice the dial-up phone?
Field Trippers at the Sausalito Womens Club
The view of Richardson Bay from the Clubhouse
The interior shows an attention to detail.
A docent put the Clubhouse in context. Julia Morgan is best known for Hearst Castle.
One of many murals in the Sausalito Women's Club
January's potluck luncheon and program at the CM Community Center
Mary Anderson from the Fine Arts Museums of SF described the docent program.
Becky and Donna share table decorations.
December's field trip was a visit to Jack London State Historic Park.
Jack London's Writing Desk
Merry making at our holiday party
Gift drive leaders Police Capt Kahlili and Firefighter Rutkowski
Donations for "Things for Teens and Toys for Kids"
Becky hosting a holiday trivia contest
The very versatile knitting group
November's program featured CM Councilman Kunhardt on Global Climate Change.
Casting and molding objects with Deborah Childress of Blindspot Mirrors
Attendees bonded as well as casted!
Shopperones assisting young students with back to school purchases