The Kinsloe House
The Social Committee will open its 2013-2014 Kinsloe House year with an exciting ice cream social for all old, new, and prospective members. The committee consists of Judy Rylie chairperson, with Elonda Cassady, Cindy Hayden, Beverly White, Carlene Woolf, and Lynn Taylor.
This is always an exciting time for members to start the Kinsloe House year. This is an opportunity to visit with old friends to catch up on the summer activities, to become acquainted with new members and prospective members while enjoying light refreshments including a summertime favorite ice cream. If you are interested in becoming a member of a women’s club that has just celebrated their 75th year and is a Corsicana icon, call (903) 872-9202 to get your special invitation. Please call (903) 874-5791 with your regrets if you cannot attend by Monday, Aug. 5 at 12 noon.
We look forward to seeing everyone.
The Kinsloe House hosts the August First Sunday luncheon at Kinsloe House on Aug. 11, 2013. We are holding the luncheon at the regular time 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The luncheon will consist of chicken spaghetti or beef stroganoff, spinach salad, glazed carrots and green beans almandine. The two delicious desserts to choose from will be peach cobbler topped with ice cream and a brownie fudge sundae or a sugar free pudding.
Please make your reservations by noon, Friday, Aug. 9 by calling the Kinsloe House at (903) 874-5791, giving your choices of menu and time of reservation. This event will be a nice way to start off Kinsloe House’s new year and to visit with friends.
The Home Rebekah Lodge No. 128
The Home Rebekah Lodge No. 128 is working on the second term of the year. Before the regular meeting Tuesday night, the members enjoyed a pot luck finger food dinner and a lot of good fellowship. Aug. 27 the members plan to honor the veteran members (members with 50 years or more of service to the lodge) in the lodge hall at 3033 W. Second Ave.
The Home Rebekah Lodge No. 128 was instituted in 1895 in Corsicana, the Rebekahs are the ladies auxiliary to the Odd Fellow Lodge. Gentlemen are invited to join the Rebekahs Lodge as ladies are invited to join the Odd Fellow Lodges. Both lodges are working on several projects at this time for the betterment of the community. These lodges have an historic past and members want to keep the lodges in existence. Anyone wanting information may log onto http:/IOOFtxcorsicanaweekly.com or call (903) 874-5780, or the Grand Lodge Office in Corsicana at (903) 872-7438.
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