President Laura convenes our 2022 Spring Tea in person after two years of "Tea via Zoom."
President Laura and VP Cheryl honor Ellen and Janis with flowers for organizing the Spring Tea.
Scholarship recipient Harper Fong with Janis, chair of the Scholarship Committee.
Hollis Belger received the Kimberly Powell Memorial Scholarship.
Barbara F hosted a thank you lunch for GIYS volunteers.
We celebrated the success of the 2022 GIYS in the back patio at DJ's.
Just a few of the outstanding GIYS team leaders: Laura R (Boutique), Barbara F (Overall), Jennifer (CleanUp).
Happy cashiers welcomed the return of Giant Indoor Yard Sale (GIYS) after the pandemic hiatus.
Among items in the Boutique area was vintage tableware.
The Boutique also included cut glass and designer fabrics.
The GIYS offered a great variety of jewelry.
Members of the VERY productive and generous knitting group.
At our April meeting, Ellen promoted our Spring Tea. Elinor spoke on "Street Smarts and Home Safety."
Ladies Who Lunch L-R Marion Liz Kathleen Sylvia Dee at Rancho Nicasio.
In April Linda prepared a delicious luncheon from the Club Cookbook for those who purchased 10 or more copies.
New members met with Club officers for an informal tea in April.
Laura, our Club President, raises a glass for the return to in-person meetings with potlucks.
The potluck offerings were as good as ever.
Armelle verified vaccination status per Covid protocols.
Jane Kramer described how Enriching Lives with Music serves students from the Canal neighborhood.
The Knitting Group has met outdoors during the pandemic. Renee, Lois, Bernie, Janet and Chiz gather around a patchwork blanket.
In February, Ladies Who Lunch gathered at Sweet Greens in Greenbrae.
Kay arrived via Gertrude, the trishaw pedaled by Cheryl.
Our December Holiday Party included quick Covid testing for each attendee. Thank you, Janis!
Members eagerly chatted and caught up while testing was conducted.
Pizza (Cafe Verde) replaced our traditional, delicious potluck. Claudia made an exceptional Caesar dressing for the salad.
Susan organized a delicious and beautiful cookie exchange.
Holiday spirits filled the Community Center.
President Laura Merlo deserves a standing ovation for keeping the Club active and dynamic during the pandemic.
After the meeting, members cheerfully cleaned up -- just like old times!
The Knitting Group has been prolific in making holiday decorations for local care homes.
Linda and Dee deliver stars and trees to a senior home.
Olga shares her finely knit caps with other residents of the home.
We joyfully gathered indoors for our November 2021 meeting.
Cindy Ayala from the Restorative Justice Program of the Marin County Probation Department spoke to the Club in November.
In early December Club members spent a sunny morning at Town Park making origami trees and stars.
Ladies Who Lunch ate at the Black Star Pirate BBQ in Richmond in November.
View of the harbor from the Black Star Pirate BBQ.
The grounds surrounding the Black Star are as interesting as the food is delicious.
A sample of Ladies Who Lunch L-R: Robin, Janis, Armelle, Becky and Leila.
Linda made reservations for the group with Tony.
In October we launched sales of the "What Sustains Us" cookbook with a gathering on the Community Center Patio.
President Laura welcomed members to the cookbook sales launch.
Claudia (Center) and Armelle (R), shepherds of the cookbook project, celebrate with Club President Laura (L).
"What Sustains Us" is a compilation of members' favorite recipes along with the memories evoked by the dishes.
The recipes are tried and true and sure to please.
Marie won a chef's hat, which Helen admired.
L-R: Ellen, Fran and Janis
For its inaugural meeting in September, the Ladies Who Lunch Group enjoyed a delicious meal at Vivalon. L-R: Janis, Kay and Cathy.
L-R: Marion, Helen and Alicia
Wayne and Chiz share crocheting tips in the Knitting Group.
L-R: Kathryn, Linda and Marion.
These care facilities have received blankets and hats made by the Knitting Group.
A small sample of hats made by the Knitting Group. And hats off to Linda, who leads the group!
The Knitting Group met outside regularly during the pandemic.
In October we also returned to the Community Center for our first workshop of the year. Yeah!
October's workshop theme was Dio de los Muertos.
We made small alters in the Day of the Dead tradition.
Renee, Lois and Olga enjoyed making their small "ofertas."