Altrusa International Club of Warsaw is planning a fundraiser from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Culver's. Altrusa members will greet guests, deliver food and clean tables, and the club will be given 10 percent of the sales during that time. All proceeds will be used for Altrusa’s service projects, such as monthly meals for Baker Youth Club, providing the banquet meal for Grace College Mentors for Kids, sponsoring a single mom who is going to school through Project Independence, providing the front door for each Habitat for Humanity home in Kosciusko County, and bingo to benefit The Beaman Home.
Altrusa International Club of Warsaw is planning a fundraiser from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Culver's. Altrusa members will greet guests, deliver food and clean tables, and the club will be given 10 percent of the sales during that time. All proceeds will be used for Altrusa’s service projects, such as monthly meals for Baker Youth Club, providing the banquet meal for Grace College Mentors for Kids, sponsoring a single mom who is going to school through Project Independence, providing the front door for each Habitat for Humanity home in Kosciusko County, and bingo to benefit The Beaman Home.
Daughters Of The American Revolution

Agnes Pruyn Chapman DAR met April 24 at Richards Restaurant, Warsaw, with 12 members and two guests. Regent Kathy Gawthrop passed around the DAR Hindman School newsletter and a map showing the school's location in eastern Kentucky.

Following lunch, Gawthrop led the opening rituals, then introduced the program guests, Major Josellis and Rebekah Schue from the Warsaw Community High School Jr. ROTC program. Cadet Schue, a senior, is the Outstanding Female Cadet for this year. She joined JROTC as a sophomore. She is joining the Air Force and will be going to Texas this summer for basic training. She wants to be a pilot and go to college for aerospace engineering.

Janet Kirkpatrick gave the national defense report about honoring a Vietnam veteran photographer.

Gawthrop handed out information about Box Tops for Education. Members are asked to cut these off the appropriate products and bring them to the next meeting. They  help DAR schools. She also handed out an AARP article on Medicare fraud.

An article was read from the American Spirit magazine about the new U.S. flag stamp issued by the U.S. Postal Service to commemorate the Bicentennial of the Flag Act of 1818. The same magazine issue has a book review of "Stirring the Pot with Benjamin Franklin." This is a biography of Franklin and presents 62 recipes from various times in his life.

The next meeting will be at noon May 22 at Richards. The program will be presented by Kosciusko Home Care.

Membership in Daughters of the American Revolution is open to any woman who had an ancestor who fought in or aided the patriot cause during the American Revolution. Contact Gawthrop at 574-527-2674 with any questions.



Four Seasons Ladies Bridge

WINONA LAKE — The group gathered April 25 at Grace Village with Beth Huffer as hostess.

Winners were Erma Swank, Sharon Tuttle, Joan Earhart, Helen Miller and Becky Girard.



Wednesday Night Bridge

April 25 the group had five tables, with the following winners: Joan Kizer, Bob Mayer, Joan Earhart, Jean Cowan, Kathy Clary and Jim Levandis.

The next meeting is May 2. Janet and John Wagley are hostess and host for May.

The group welcomes new bridge players. Anyone interested should call Janet Wagley at 574-268-1330.



North Webster Community Center SPEC

NORTH WEBSTER — Bridge winners at the Senior Prime Enrichment Center have been announced.

On April 24, Jean Cowan was first and Suzy Wilt was second.

On April 26, Wanda Wyrick was first and Dick Sutton  was second.



Grace Thursday Bridge

Grace Thursday Bridge met April 26 with Joan Kizer as hostess.

Winners were Jan Chiddister, Bob Mayer and Kizer.