Tickets available from club members and at the door.
- Questions? Contact El Dorado Soroptimist President Janett Doile, 316-323-2342 (cell/text), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets available from club members and at the door.
Soroptimist El Dorado met January 6, 2020. President Janett Doile called the meeting to order after a light supper during our social time. We welcomed guest Jan Zuk.
Brenda Burk introduced guest Briana Salinas and her daughter Gabby. Briana is our 2019 Live Your Dream Award winner; she is pursuing her education at BCC. President Janett Doile and Brenda Burk congratulated Briana and presented her award.
Bernie Spradling provided a report of December’s Salvation Army activities. Seven club members rang bells at Dillons; gift bags were delivered to six nursing homes in Butler County and we adopted three single mother households from the Angel Tree.
Janett announced we will celebrate spring with a salad supper and member recruitment event on March 16. Each club member is encouraged to bring a guest.
January donations collected were school supplies which will be given to local schools.
Hostesses were Janett Doile and Sharon Mangels. Members attending not already mentioned were Julia Davis, Debi LaForge, Dee Marshall, Joni Sanders, Judie Storandt and Loretta Whitney. We adjourned with the Soroptimist Pledge.
Congratulations to Briana Salinas – our 2019 Live Your Dream Award winner.
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Soroptimist El Dorado had an active fall season. In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Day, our club served refreshments to women attending the SBA Memorial Hospital’s Mammogram Party for Hospital employees.
In November we kicked off our first ever Enchiladas fundraiser. We are grateful to everyone who purchased a pan. Proceeds are used to support club awards and programs for girls and women in our community.
Did you see us at the downtown El Dorado Thankful Thursday? Robin’s graciously hosted our club at her amazing store.
Our club’s third annual Dream It, Be It: Career Support for Girls (DIBI) event was November 16.
DIBI is a global program designed to empower teen girls to pursue their career goals and reach their full potential. We were honored to again have a wonderful group of young women attending our DIBI event this fall.
We continued our busy fall season by serving meals at the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner held November 23.
Look for us at Dillon’s on December 5 – we will be ringing bells for the Salvation Army. We will also assemble Christmas packages for residents of local nursing homes, and we adopted two families through The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program.
Club members contributing to our success include Susan Adams, Sue Beattie, Bonnie Buckman, Brenda Burk, Julia Davis, Darla Deaton, Janett Doile, Marcia Greene, Debi LaForge, Velma Larimer, Sharon Mangels, Dee Marshall, Trisha Powell, Cathy Roland, Joni Sanders, Bernie Spradling, Judie Storandt, Bebee Thomas, Kim Whiteside, and Loretta Whitney.
Soroptimist El Dorado met Monday September 9, 2019. President Janett Doile called the meeting to order. In addition to 17 members present, we welcomed guest Loretta Whitney.
Bebee Thomas gave a budget report. Members and their families are encouraged to enroll in Dillon’s Plus Community Rewards – and select our club to receive charitable contributions from Dillon’s.
Bebee also presented plans for an Enchilada Fundraiser – to support club service projects. Tickets are $15 per pan of 8 beef or chicken enchiladas and will be sold October 7 – 30. Pickup is Saturday November 2 at Security 1st Title or delivery may be available. Contact a club member to purchase tickets.
Sharon Mangels gave an update on our club’s BCC Endowed Nursing Scholarship. This year’s scholarship recipient will receive $1000.
Julia Davis announced the first social event of the club year. On October 16 we will dine at Red Robin Burgers & Brews and then play mini golf at All Star Adventures in Wichita.
The 2019 South Central Region Fall Meeting is October 4 – 6 in Quapaw, OK. Seven club members plan to attend.
Donations of women’s sweats were collected for SBA Memorial Hospital for women treated in the ER who need clothing to return home.
Thanks to Trisha Powell for hosting our group at Security 1st Title, and along with Cathy Roland and Kim Whiteside for providing a light supper. Members attending not already mentioned were Susan Adams, Bonnie Buckman, Brenda Burk, Darla Deaton, Ginger Glenn, Debi La Forge, Velma Larimer, Dee Marshall, and Judie Storandt.
Soroptimist El Dorado recently held a member recruitment event and annual club planning meeting. Guests were invited to learn “What Makes Soroptimist Important” and enjoy a social evening.
Hostesses for the evening were Marcia Greene, Cathy Roland and Kim Whiteside. Additional members attending were President Janett Doile, Susan Adams, Sue Beattie, Bonnie Buckman, Brenda Burk, Julia Davis, Darla Deaton, Debi LaForge, Sharon Mangels, Dee Marshall, Trisha Powell, Joni Sanders, Bernie Spradling, Judie Storandt, and Bebee Thomas.
For more information about Soroptimist, contact any member or visit us on Facebook: “Soroptimist International El Dorado KS.”
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At 6:30 pm, you are welcome to stay and join us in our summer planning meeting for the year 2019 – 2020.
We are hoping that once you have more information about what Soroptimist is all about, you will consider joining.
Our first official club meeting will be Monday, September 9th.
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