Kosciusko Kettleheads Homebrew Club

The Kosciusko Kettleheads Homebrew Club will meet at 3 p.m. Sunday at Hoplore Brewing, Leesburg.

Those interested in the fine art of fermentation are invited to attend, and all current, former or potential brewers are welcome.

The Kettleheads meet the second Sunday of every month. The April meeting will be at Mad Anthony's Lake City Taphouse.

For further information, call 574-265-4837, visit www.kettleheads.org or email info@kettleheads.org.



American Association Of University Women

The American Association of University Women will meet at 10 a.m. March 17 in the community room at Miller's Merry Manor (a change from the program booklet).  

Hostesses for the meeting will be Barb Johnson, Lois Nichols, Marsha Smith, Monica Smith and Connie Stavropulos. After a short program on using herbs, there will a business meeting.

Member input is needed on upcoming changes for the local branch and the national AAUW.  We will also be collecting items needed by the Beaman Home (see the latest newsletter for item suggestions).  

AAUW became a branch in Warsaw 69 years ago. The group promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education and positive societal change. Anyone interested in joining should contact Linda Scalet at 574-267-3692.  



Four Seasons Ladies Bridge

WINONA LAKE — The Four Seasons Ladies Bridge met Wednesday at Grace Village.  

Winners were Erma Swank, Peg Zimmerman, Maxine Harris and Nanette Newland.



Wednesday Night Bridge Group

The group had five tables this week, with the following winners: Sharon Tuttle, Rosalee Spear and Jack Horney (tie), Andy Overmeyer, Bob Mayer and Kathy Clary.  

Janet and John Wagley are hostess and host for March.



Singles Meeting Friends

Not many attended Wednesday’s meeting at Tippe Downs.

Vicki is going out of town and Donna is planning a trip to South Carolina. Catherine and Judy are still under the weather.

The group will meet Wednesday at the deli at Martin’s Super Market, Warsaw.



Winona Literary Club

The Winona Literary Club met Wednesday at the Robinhood Community Center with 27 members and two guests present.  This was the first meeting of the year.  

Kathy Gill and Stacy Thomas spoke on the Livestrong program at the YMCA, a cancer support group. This program has been in Kosciusko County for two years.

A short business meeting was followed by closing prayer and refreshments.  

The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. March 21.