Coronado Woman’s Club General Meeting on March 6th, 2019

Coronado Woman’s Club General Meeting on March 6, 2019

The meeting was called to order by Elizabeth Lenardi, (filling in for President, Pearl Szymanski) at 11:36 am at the Brigantine Restaurant. In celebration of CWC ‘s birthday month, Elizabeth read the list of Past Presidents who are active members. This includes Evie Meadows, Helen Alexander, Pearl Szymanski, Linda Stanton, Ann Knoche, Betsy Vernetti, Patricia Cooley, Carrie Downey and Jerry Coziahr, many who were in attendance.

Clesi Neel led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance. Anne Rising gave Thought for the Day highlighting key events in the Month of March such as the First Day of Lent, Clocks moving ahead on March 10th and St Patrick’s Day. The Pennies for Pines donation cup was circulated to members. Ann Knoche moved that the money collected be donated to the forest where it is most needed. This motion was seconded by Barbara Erickson. After a brief discussion, a vote was taken and the motion passed 100%.

Secretary’s Minutes:

The Minutes of the February 6, 2019 general meeting were distributed and reviewed by attendees. Helen Alexander moved to accept the meeting minutes and this was seconded by Kathleen Fairbanks. A vote ensued and the motion passed. Kathy Fink announced that the Meeting Minutes are currently being emailed to members and that they are also available on the CWC website. Barbara Gerth thanked Kathy Fink for taking the meeting minutes last month.

Treasurer’s Report:

Francis Rogers reported the checking account balance is $20,188.67 and the American Funds is approximately $103,630.98.

CWC 72 Year Birthday Salute to President and Members:

Jerry Coziahr led the club in singing Happy Birthday. Jerry then introduced members who have been members for 40-55 years long and they, as well as past presidents, each shared a special memory from the past with everyone. Ann Knoche shared Yearbooks from long ago which were wonderful to see! Kathy Fink distributed gifts to these special ladies, too.

Nominating Committee:

Francis Rogers reported on the progress of the nominating committee for next years’ officers. They are:

  • President OPEN
  • 1st VP Anne Rising
  • 2nd VP OPEN
  • 3rd VP Pearl Szymanski
  • Secretary Kathy Fink
  • Treasurer Barbara Gerth

Coronado Flower Show:

Barbara Gerth reminded us the Flower Show will be the week-end of April 13th/14th. A sign-up sheet was passed around for volunteers to host our section at the show.

Spring Membership Social:

Besty Vernetti announced the Bunco Party will be held April 23, 2019 at the Winn Room at the Library from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Please bring friends and potential members. A sign-up sheet was passed around for attendees as well as helpers needed for setup and refreshments.

Section News:

~Arts & Crafts will meet March 11th at Kathy Fink’s house to tie-dye aprons for the Flower Show.

~Bridge will meet March 20th.

~Creative Cookery will meet on March 8th at Anthony’s Fish Grotto in La Mesa at 11:30.

Announcements:

Jerry informed us that several women from CWC attended the Festival of the Arts with the theme “The Kingston Trio”. Kathy Fink won 2nd place ribbon for an art exhibit which was a beautifully decorated round hat box.

The next General Meeting will be April 3, 2019.

The meeting was adjourned at 1:03 pm.

Submitted by Secretary, Barbara Gerth

Coroscope March 2019

CORONADO WOMAN’S CLUB Organized & Federated: 1947 Clubhouse: 1735 Strand Way Opened: 1959 – Demolished: 1997

March 2019

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Spring is peeking around the corner … with rain drops leaving us “damp around the edges.” This year, Spring officially arrives on March 20th. Look for a Full Moon on that day too.

I am excited to share news about our Membership Drive at the Library’s WINN Room on Tuesday, April 23rd from 1:00-3:00 pm. This activity is for Club members to bring friends from the community. We hope they will have a great time playing A FUN BUNCO GAME and join our Club. Bunco is an easy game to learn how to play. What can you do? Come to the Event – bring a guest (there is no fee) and volunteer to help. Questions: Call Pearl at (619) 871-3278 or Ann Knoche at (619) 435-4796.

The Annual Flower Show at Spreckles’ Park is on April 13 and 14. CWC has worked on the container plant section for over 50 years. Please nurture your house plants and bring an entry to the show on April 11th or 12th AND help at the show. Chairman: Barbara Gerth (1-408-398-8001).

District Annual Convention is also the weekend of April 13 and 14. Sign up now to go with “President Pearl.” Theme: Champagne & Pearls on Saturday, April 13th at the Ronald Regan Center – 9:00 am. Cost is $30. Come with me and represent CWC.

The above three events are part of our Club’s calendar. I would also like to encourage you all to attend our April 3rd General Meeting/Luncheon at The Brigantine. Come enjoy the fellowship,

great service and this month’s program – a speaker from Rachael’s House. Don’t Miss it! Cost for the luncheon is $25. Please send your check to PO Box 180535, Coronado 92178 by March 27.

CALENDAR DATES:

March 29: CWC Board Meeting (Change of Date) at Helen Alexander’s home-1520 Maria Pl. April 3: CWC Luncheon at The Brigantine April 11: Coronado Flower Show – Preps April 12 & 13. Show is the 13th and 14th. Hostess for opening needed. April 13: District Convention April 26: CWC Board Meeting (Friday) May 1: CWC Luncheon at The Brigantine – Club Elections May 21: Dinner for Rachel’s House (Tuesday) Call Kathryn Keitzer at (619) 435-4077.

A BIRTHDAY SALUTE: Apologies to Sally Working for missing her birthday which was March 29. Happy belated birthday, Sally! April birthdays are: Jean Watson – April 1; Barbara Gerth – April 2; Cathy Brown – April 14; Virginia Bayer – April 23; Helen Alexander – April 24. , Virginia Bayer.

NOMINATION COMMITTEE: Our Nomination Committee is still working on putting together a slate of officers for next year. Please consider saying “yes” if you are asked to be on the Board. There are returning Board members who will support and help you. Remember, “It takes a village.”

SHREDDING: Please note that CWC will continue to sponsor shredding events in the future – so continue to save your boxes and bags of papers for that.

CLUB NEWS: Bridge: April 17 at the Community Center Abalone Room. Lunch is $10. Please RSVP or inquire about Bridge to Barbara Walker (619) 435-0840.

Arts & Crafts: Monday, March 25 at Ann Knoche’s home at 920 Cabrillo at 10:00 am. (619) 435-4796.

Creative Cookery: April 12 – TBA – Chair: June Cancelosi (619) 537-0017).

EVENTS SPONSORED BY OTHER CLUBS March 23 (Saturday) Fashions & Luncheon $26 at San Diego Club house – 11:00 am

Coroscope February 2019

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

This year is starting off with fresh changes and new ideas. Your COROSCOPE Newsletter has a new editor, Anne Rising. Be sure to send her any Club news and announcements. Deadline: the Monday after our Luncheon Meeting. Contact: Email – annerising@yahoo.com or Call: (619) 838-6346.

Club members with email will now receive their COROSCOPE and Club Meeting Minutes ON-LINE at www.coronadowc.com. Please read and print if you have any questions. Kathy Fink can help you – she’s our Web Master. Thank you, Anne and Kathy.

Don’t miss our March 6th Luncheon/General Meeting. This is a time to honor our Club’s BIRTHDAY (#72 – 1947-2019). We need “YOU ALL” there.” It will be a Salute to members’ years, Past Presidents & Sections. This is a great opportunity to give the Club a special gift.

March is also Woman’s History Month. We all have stories to tell. Add to yours AND say YES when the Nominating Committee calls and asks YOU to serve the Club in 2019-20.

CORONADO WOMAN’S CLUB SPRING MEMBERSHIP ‘SOCIAL” – LET’S PLAY BUNCO…Just for FUN PRIZES. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED. BRING A GUEST …ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR…HELP OUR MEMBERSHIP GROW. TEST YOUR BUNCO LUCK or LEARN TO PLAY THE GAME! SAVE THIS DATE: APRIL 23 – 1:00 TO 3:00 pm at the Library’s Winn Room. (Setup – 11:00 am, and cleanup until 4:00 pm.) SIGN UP TO PLAY AT OUR March 6th MEETING.

Lost & Found – I have a dark gray sweater/jacket from the December meeting. Please call me at (619) 871-3278 to claim.

SPECIAL EVENTS:

Community Read – The book for 2019 is The Practice House by Laura McNeal. This begins on February 22 and continues to April 5. Hometown Jubilee will be February 23 from 1:00-3:00 pm at the Library Park. Scottish Highland Dancers on February 23 at 3:00 pm in the Winn Room.

Southern District – Festival of the Arts’ Luncheon – February 27 – 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. VFW in Lakeside. Theme is Kingston Trio, Where Have All the Flowers Gone? Categories for entries are crafts, photographs, or fine arts. Rule is that this is something you made during the past year.
Luncheon cost is $20.

Coronado Flower Show – April 12-14. Need volunteers. Bring container plants.

Coronado Floral Association: Please check their website if you wish to join and to pay dues.

HOSPITALITY: Our luncheon and general meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 6, at the Coronado Brigantine. Social time begins at 11:00 am and the meeting begins at 11:45. Cost is $25 and includes an entree’, a non-alcoholic beverage, tax and tip. PLEASE SEND YOUR CHECK TO PO BOX 180535. Coronado 92178.

A BIRTHDAY SALUTE: Libby Davis – March 17; Carrie Downey – March 23; Elizabeth Lenardi – March 24; Joan Locke and Pearl Szymanski – March 27; Jerry Coziahr and Barbara Walker – March 30

CLUB NEWS:
Bridge: March 20 at the Community Center Abalone Room. Lunch is $10. Please RSVP or inquire about Bridge to Barbara Walker.
Crafts: Mondays at 10:00 am. Next gatherings are on March 11 and 25. Location TBA.
Creative Cookery: March 8 trip to La Mesa Anthony’s. Coordinator is Frances Rogers. Please call Frances if you plan to go and to arrange for carpools. Drivers will pick riders up at their homes at 11:00 am.
Pennies for Pines: The cost for a plantation is $68. We currently have $300 collected. After our March meeting, we will see if we have enough funds to donate for three plantations

EVENTS SPONSORED BY OTHER CLUBS
Call Pearl for more details.
March 9 (Saturday) Delightful Decadence $20 at Sweetwater Club 3:30-6:00 pm.
March 23 (Saturday) Fashions & Luncheon $26 at San Diego Club house – 11:00 am

NEW CWC DATES
Board Meeting: February 22 at 11:00 am – 1520 Maria Place
Luncheon Meeting: March 6 at 11:00 am – Coronado Brigantine

Coronado Woman’s Club General Meeting on February 6th, 2019

Coronado Woman’s Club General Meeting on February 6, 2019

The meeting was called to order by President Pearl Szymanski at 11:45 am at the Brigantine Restaurant. Clesi Neel lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance.

President’s Welcome

Pearl greeted everyone with a thought of how we should give & receive compliments graciously. Pearl also reminded everyone about the Community Read book, “Practice House”..look for activities coming at the end of February.

• Domestic Violent Kits: Still need to be distributed to an organization that will pass them out to those in need. Kathleen Fairbank will coordinate this effort.

Introduction of Guests: Pearl’s guest: Jeanette Rock

Thought for the Day: Anne Rising “Love of Self”

• Make sure to nourish both your mind and your body
• Take time to unplug and meditate for at least 20 min. a day
• Take care of yourself and stay hydrated!

Pennies for Pines: Elizabeth Lenardi We have collected over $300.00 this year. We will be able to purchase 3 plantations of seedlings this year @$68.00 a piece.

Treasurer’s Report: Francis Rogers reported the checking account balance is $20,042.93 and the Americans Funds is $102,221.39.

Secretary Minutes: Accepted as written

Program: Christian Esquevin: retired director of the Coronado Public Library

He spoke on the challenges on libraries and the future of our library. Our library is widely used by the community and strives to offer programs for all ages. People have lost the ability to read in-depth and usually just scrim over the text. Times have changed for sure when it comes to reading a book and how libraries are used.

Federation News :

Festival of the Arts is coming up on February 27, 2019 and it is not too late to enter your art. Pearl has the entry forms if you are interested.

Membership:

We are always looking for ways to get new members. We have planned a Bunco Party, date TBA. A sign-up list was passed around for volunteers to help. Pearl will finalize a date and let everyone know.

Club Reports:

Flower Show is just around the corner..get your Container Plants ready…April 13 & 14.

Pearl showed what our new Spreckle’s Park sign will look like. We chose the General Federation shield to use as our symbol.

Ways & Means: We made $230.00 profit, ($125.00 coming from a donation from one of our own members) after we paid the Shredding company $400. Concerns were raised as to why so little was made. Possible the rain played a factor in the low turn out, along with our need to increase publicity in the community. Next date TBA.

CWC Birthday Luncheon: Next month, March 6, 2019. All Past Presidents’ will be honored. This is a great time to give an honorarium to your Club.

Section News:

• Arts & Crafts will be at Pearl’s house on Monday, Feb. 8 at 10:00.
Bridge will continue on the third Wednesday of the month.
• Creative Cookery will be hosted by Pearl & Jerry this Friday, February 8 at 11:30am with a Valentine’s theme.
• Creative Cookery will go out to Anthony’s in March.

Announcements:

Jerry Coziahr has sold her house and will be moving up to the Irvine area. She still will be involved with the club. She is looking for temporary housing for the next four months.

The next General Meeting will be on March 6, 2019 The next Board Meeting will be on Friday, February 22, 2019 (please note the change of day and week)

The meeting was adjourned at 1:40pm

Respectfully submitted, Kathy Fink (subbing in for Barbara Gerth)

Coronado Woman’s Club General Meeting on January 9, 2019

The meeting was called to order by President Pearl Szymanski at 11:50 am at the Brigantine Restaurant. Elizabeth Lenardi announced that the CWC had collected $96.00 for Pennies for Pines. Kathy Fink led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance.

President’s Welcome: Pearl greeted everyone with a Happy New Year and is looking forward to a dynamic year ahead.

Introduction of Guests: Pearl Szymanski introduced her two guests from the Southern District Federation:

1) Denise Berrian from the Chula Vista Woman’s Club and 2) Lisa Sharp from the Lakeside Woman’s Club. Both Ladies will speak today about their home clubs.

Anne Rising gave the Thought for the Day: ”Living to the Now; Mindful of the Moment”

Secretary’s Minutes: The Minutes of the December 5, 2018 general meeting were distributed and reviewed by attendees. Kathy Fink moved to approve the meeting minutes and this was seconded by Francis Rodgers. A vote ensued and the motion passed.

Treasurer’s Report: Francis Rogers reported the checking account balance is $19,992.06 (transfer in from American Funds of $15,000 for Philanthropy to spend) and the American Funds is approximately $96,698. Pearl reviewed the line items of the Philanthropy budget with members at the meeting. Pat Cummins moved to accept the Philanthropy budget as stated. Libby Davis seconded the motion. After a brief discussion a vote ensued and the motion passed.

Program: ~Denise Berrian is from Chula Vista and is the current President of the District. On June 22nd there will be a Fashion Show at their historic building which the City of Chula Vista maintains. They have 32 members and are challenged with obtaining new members as younger women are not interested in participating in club events. ~Lisa Sharp is from Lakeside and is the First President of the District. They do not have a clubhouse at Lakeside at this time. They host a huge Bunco event every year which is very successful and raises money for their charities. They also host a Quilt Show and a Children’s Arts Show which is coming up soon.

Federation News: Festival of the Arts which includes lunch is being held on February 27, 2019 by the

Lakeside Woman’s Club. Community Event: The Floral Association is hosting a member event on the evening of January 29, 2019 at the Coronado Yacht Club. This includes a silent auction. Ways & Means: The next Shredding Event will be on February 2, 2019 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Union Bank parking lot.

Section News and Announcements:

~Arts & Crafts will meet January 14th at Betsy’s house. ~Bridge will meet January 16th. ~Creative Cookery will meet on January 11th at 11:30 am at Betsy Vernetti or June Cancelosi’s home. ~The Southern District By Laws are being reviewed and updated. ~The Board will be working on a membership event for February or March.

The next General Meeting will be February 6, 2019. The next Board Meeting will be January 23, 2019.

Kathy Fink will be posting the Meeting Minutes to the Website and emailing them to members who have email addresses in advance of the General Meeting.

The meeting was adjourned at 1:30 pm.

Submitted by Secretary, Barbara Gerth

Coroscope January 2019

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

This is MY YEAR- I am Going to Look Sharp– and make sure I keep writing 2019. I am Going to be Creative– and take a class & go to our Club’s Craft Group. I am Going to Challenge my Brain– and do puzzles & games & go to our Wednesday Bridge Group. I am Going to have Fun with my Friends– and join the Creative Cookery Group. Finally- I am Going to Send my Check for our First Wednesday Luncheon at the BRIGANTINE.

JUST A QUICK REMINDER – Members with an email address can receive their COROSCOPE Newsletter on line. Please let Kathy Fink know you want to switch from postal delivery. @ katfink51@yahoo.com

LOST & FOUND- I have a Black Jacket that was left at our January Meeting AND also a Dark Grey Sweater/Jacket from the December meeting. Please call me @ 619 871-3278.

SPECIAL EVENTS ( Call Pearl for Reservations – ASAP)

CORONADO FLORAL ASSOCIATION
Annual Membership Party
Tuesday, January 29th @ 5:30pm
Coronado Yacht Club $40

SOUTHERN DISTRICT
FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS’ LUNCHEON
Wednesday, Feb. 27th 11am-2pm
VFW Lakeside $20

HOSPITALITY
Our Luncheon & General meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 6th at the Coronado Brigantine. Social time begins at 11am and the meeting will start at 11:45am. Cost is $25 and includes an entrée, a non-alcoholic beverage, tax, and tip. PLEASE SEND YOUR CHECK TO PO BOX 180535 @ 92178 by January 30th.

A BIRTHDAY SALUTE
Noreen Schmagin- Jan. 6th Jody Nelson- Jan. 11th Barbara Erickson- Jan 25th Lois Land- Feb. 12th Kathleen Fairbank- Feb. 27th

WAYS & MEANS
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2ND COME SUPPORT OUR SHREDDING EVENT Union Bank Parking Lot (8th & D Ave.) $7 a box/bag 10am – Noon

CLUB NEWS

BRIDGE
Will meet on Wednesday, February 20th 10am at the Community Center Lunch $10. Please call Barbara @ 619 917-2167 to confirm your reservation.

CREATIVE COOKERY
Join us for a VALENTINE LUNCH on Friday, February 8th AT 315 G Ave. @11:30am RSVP 619 435-3278. Bring a pair of sox to give away

EVENTS SPONSORED BY OTHER CLUBS

January 29 (Tuesday) BUNCO & LUNCH $20 @ S.D. Clubhouse 11-2pm

February 16 (Saturday) BUNCO $10 @ Chula Vista Woman’s Club 1-3pm

March 9 (Saturday) DELIGHTFUL DECADENCE $20 @ Sweetwater Club

3:30-6pm March 23 (Saturday) FASHIONS & LUNCHEON $25 @ S.D.

Clubhouse 11am

NEW CWC DATES

2-20-19 BOARD MEETING 11AM 1520 Maria Place

3-6-19 LUNCHEON MEETING 11AM CORONADO BRIGANTINE

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Click here to download the January 2019 Coroscope

Coroscope May 2015

The May Coroscope is now available, click here to read it.

Hello Ladies,

Attached is the May Coroscope, the final edition with me as the editor. It’s been a pleasure communicating with you on behalf of the club.

Suggestions for 2015-16:

*Coroscope Editor and one who mails them – Have a computer saavy person put the newsletter together and e-mail out. Then, have one of the ladies who requires a hard copy in the mail be the one to print the hard copies, label and mail in a timely matter.

* In 2016-17, I would suggest making a differential in the membership, with those needing mailed copies paying more for stamps and printing. For two years, I have charged CWC only for the cost of stamps, donating all printing and labels. These costs have been far less than in prior years and could go up greatly for 2015-16 if CWC is again paying for printing and labels.

*E-mail list – Assign one person to manage this list, I would suggest Membership or Secretary. This year there were numerous mistakes in the Diretory distributed and I have spent hours trying to get the group above correct. As new members are added, it makes sense tor one preson to manage this list.

*Coroscope editor is not the e-mail conduit for CWC – I was asked many times to send out announcments, not the job of the editor. Again, suggest that the one person in charge of this list who would also serve to send out e-mail correspondence on behalf of members.

Thank you and have a wonderful day!

Patty Cowan