Soroptimist Club at Work in Our Community
Soroptimist El Dorado met April 1. President Janett Doile called the meeting to order after a light snack during our social time.
Sharon Mangels gave an update on our club’s second annual Dream It, Be It: Career Support for Girls scheduled for April 6. Thirteen girls from El Dorado schools are planning to participate. DIBI is a global program designed to empower girls in secondary school to pursue their career goals and reach their full potential.
Club members signed up to work the EHS softball concession stand. Proceeds support club service projects.
Donations for Communities in Schools were collected. Communities in Schools is a nationwide non-profit agency designed to help students succeed. The program, located at the El Dorado Middle School, partners with local churches and agencies and operates on donations and grants.
Hostesses were Ginger Glenn, Nancy Samp and Bernie Spradling. Members attending not already mentioned were Susan Adams, Sue Beattie, Brenda Burk, Julia Davis, Darla Deaton, Marcia Greene, Debi LaForge, Velma Larimer, Dee Marshall, Joni Sanders, Judie Storandt, Bebee Thomas and Edith Waugh. We adjourned with the Soroptimist Pledge.
Hostesses Nancy Samp, Ginger Glenn and Bernie Spradling provided a tasty light supper during our social time before our club’s business meeting on April 1.