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Celebrating over 100 Years of Service

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Friends of Casa Buena Cheryl, Anne, Vicki and Linda (not shown) planted succulents at the Casa Buena residence.
A Casa Buena resident admires her succulents.
Our 2023 Spring Tea celebrated scholarship recipient Shyla Lensing.
Thanks go to Ellen who organized the Tea and recruited table volunteers.
Linda scanned the delicious finger foods created by Club members.
Anni decorated the head table.
Joannie and Jan admire Rachel's table while Rachel looks on.
Rachel (L) and Joannie are all smiles.
Rene, knitter extraordinaire, sat at Olga's table that displaying a knitting theme.
Laura (L) and Chiz in Spring fashion.
Pam and Elinor decorated their table with an Italian theme.
Dee (L) and Cheryl shared ooohs and aahs while viewing the tables.
Barbara created an elegant display for her table.
Booklover and book group leader Donna decorated her table accordingly.
Laura's table had a colorful floral theme.
Janis acknowledges Shyla's commitment to community service while Susan looks on.
Shyla received both the Kimberly Powell and CMWIC Scholarships.
Shyla Lensing tells us of her plans to attend Vanderbilt University.
Staff at Kaiser Pediatrics were pleased with the hats donated by the Knitting Group.
Many hands make knitting fun.
Claudia assisted by Nadine, Cathy, and Netta set up table decorations for April's pot luck meeting.
April's speaker was Janis Couvreux (seen here with Club President Suzi), who spent 10 years at sea while raising her family.
Janis's adventures are retold in her book, Sail Cowabunga!
Potluck cleanup camaraderie with Jetta, Janis and Nadine.
Members enjoyed strolling along Richardson Bay during April's 1st Tuesday activity.
Marie engaged Jeff Burkhart to be our March speaker.
Jeff entertained us with his vast knowledge of the history and folklore around mixed drinks.
Everything on our buffet table was delish but one item seemed to get special attention.
In the March workshop Jane demonstrated the art of making healing salves with essential oils.
Each participant took home a jar and the knowledge to make their own salves.
Ladies Who Lunch gathered at Piatti in February.
All members are invited to business meetings held before the monthly general program meeting.
Members celebrated Valentines Day with a cookie exchange.
Acclaimed photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter shared images from their book, Beauty and the Beast in February.
Rob and Nita described the 30 year journey which culminated in this award-winning book.
Club members engaged Town Manager Adam Wolff at an informal fireside chat in January.
Members opened 2023 with a Chinese New Year theme.
Linda led the group in making lanterns.
Helen shows off her lantern to Ann.
Stella prepared some traditional Chinese dishes to share.
Marie is eagerly anticipating Stella's tasty treats.
Peipei played the guzheng , Chinese zither, to everyone's delight.

Peipei's guzheng or Chinese zither.
Delicious fare and festive decorations marked our Holiday Party.
This year's holiday party featured a jewelry sale.
The ugly sweater contest attracted a wide array of contestants.
Joannie and JuliÄ™ show off their awards.
Mother-Daughter Jan and Rachel showed off their scarves.
Members learned to make delicious lattes at our December workshop.
Pam and Armelle show off their lattke fixing.
Armelle, Suzi and Susan enjoy the products of their labor.
Maria shares her knitting with other residents in her home.
Ladies Who Lunch gathered at Boogies Too in November.
Club President Suzi with Bay Area television host Doug McConnell. Doug's love of the outdoors and love of life was on full display.
Sylvia, Mary and Suzi were among those inspired by Doug's fortitude as he continues his journey toward recovery from a stroke.
Joannie showed off her Mac and Mutley t-shirt.
Burnetta Lamaire knit a beautiful blanket and presented it to Doug.
November's 1st Tuesday workshop was a presentation by Lolma Olson.
Lolma clarified much of the terminology describing gender and sexual identity.
As of November 2022, the knitting group has donated to 28 care facilities in Marin!
Marie and Olga's hand made pillows will bring comfort to residents of local care facilities.
Knitting Group members (l-R) Frannie, Wendy and Renee meet in Town Park to share their work.
Lynn Downey, author of American Dude Ranch, spoke about the history and culture of dude ranches.
Members in their Western finery: Pam, Armelle, Laura, Dee, Marie, Jette, Laura, Suzi, Linda.
Jenga was just one of the many wooden games we played at October's 1st Tuesday workshop.
Ladies Who Lunch enjoyed comradely and a delicious meal at El Lucerito in San Rafael.
President Suzi Beattie starts off our new Club year at our September program meeting.