Altrusa installs officers, initiates new members


Altrusa International of Washington C.H. installed officers for the coming year at its early-May final meeting of FY 2018-19.The 102-year-old international service organization consists of professionals who volunteer their energies and expertise to community betterment. With merely one major fundraiser—the tasting luncheon “Loving Spoonsful,” scheduled this year on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—as well as an annual garage/bake sale—scheduled this year on Saturday, June 1, at the corner of Kimberly and Tiara Way—the local organization gave away almost $7,700 to worthy causes over the past year. Shown are (l-r) 2019-20 President Elaine Crutcher, Vice President Debra Grover, Secretary Claudia Coe, Directors Kay Walker and Liz Wright, (Treasurer Anne Quinn is partially obscured in the back), Past President Cathy White, Directors Janet Martin and Sara Creamer. Absent from the photo is Director Jeannie Bihl.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H. installed officers for the coming year at its early-May final meeting of FY 2018-19.The 102-year-old international service organization consists of professionals who volunteer their energies and expertise to community betterment. With merely one major fundraiser—the tasting luncheon “Loving Spoonsful,” scheduled this year on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—as well as an annual garage/bake sale—scheduled this year on Saturday, June 1, at the corner of Kimberly and Tiara Way—the local organization gave away almost $7,700 to worthy causes over the past year. Shown are (l-r) 2019-20 President Elaine Crutcher, Vice President Debra Grover, Secretary Claudia Coe, Directors Kay Walker and Liz Wright, (Treasurer Anne Quinn is partially obscured in the back), Past President Cathy White, Directors Janet Martin and Sara Creamer. Absent from the photo is Director Jeannie Bihl.


The 21 members present at the early-May Altrusa meeting welcomed two new members to the local club. Shown are (l-r) new member Lori Cockerill with sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover; sponsor Sally Begin with new member Judy Levenier; and Kay Walker, who as chair of the Membership Committee organized the initiation ceremony.


Altrusa International of Washington C.H. installed officers for the coming year at its early-May final meeting of FY 2018-19.The 102-year-old international service organization consists of professionals who volunteer their energies and expertise to community betterment. With merely one major fundraiser—the tasting luncheon “Loving Spoonsful,” scheduled this year on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—as well as an annual garage/bake sale—scheduled this year on Saturday, June 1, at the corner of Kimberly and Tiara Way—the local organization gave away almost $7,700 to worthy causes over the past year. Shown are (l-r) 2019-20 President Elaine Crutcher, Vice President Debra Grover, Secretary Claudia Coe, Directors Kay Walker and Liz Wright, (Treasurer Anne Quinn is partially obscured in the back), Past President Cathy White, Directors Janet Martin and Sara Creamer. Absent from the photo is Director Jeannie Bihl.

The 21 members present at the early-May Altrusa meeting welcomed two new members to the local club. Shown are (l-r) new member Lori Cockerill with sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover; sponsor Sally Begin with new member Judy Levenier; and Kay Walker, who as chair of the Membership Committee organized the initiation ceremony.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H. installed officers for the coming year at its early-May final meeting of FY 2018-19.The 102-year-old international service organization consists of professionals who volunteer their energies and expertise to community betterment. With merely one major fundraiser—the tasting luncheon “Loving Spoonsful,” scheduled this year on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—as well as an annual garage/bake sale—scheduled this year on Saturday, June 1, at the corner of Kimberly and Tiara Way—the local organization gave away almost $7,700 to worthy causes over the past year. Shown are (l-r) 2019-20 President Elaine Crutcher, Vice President Debra Grover, Secretary Claudia Coe, Directors Kay Walker and Liz Wright, (Treasurer Anne Quinn is partially obscured in the back), Past President Cathy White, Directors Janet Martin and Sara Creamer. Absent from the photo is Director Jeannie Bihl.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/05/web1_20190502_172325-2-.jpgAltrusa International of Washington C.H. installed officers for the coming year at its early-May final meeting of FY 2018-19.The 102-year-old international service organization consists of professionals who volunteer their energies and expertise to community betterment. With merely one major fundraiser—the tasting luncheon “Loving Spoonsful,” scheduled this year on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—as well as an annual garage/bake sale—scheduled this year on Saturday, June 1, at the corner of Kimberly and Tiara Way—the local organization gave away almost $7,700 to worthy causes over the past year. Shown are (l-r) 2019-20 President Elaine Crutcher, Vice President Debra Grover, Secretary Claudia Coe, Directors Kay Walker and Liz Wright, (Treasurer Anne Quinn is partially obscured in the back), Past President Cathy White, Directors Janet Martin and Sara Creamer. Absent from the photo is Director Jeannie Bihl.

The 21 members present at the early-May Altrusa meeting welcomed two new members to the local club. Shown are (l-r) new member Lori Cockerill with sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover; sponsor Sally Begin with new member Judy Levenier; and Kay Walker, who as chair of the Membership Committee organized the initiation ceremony.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/05/web1_20190502_170739-2-.jpgThe 21 members present at the early-May Altrusa meeting welcomed two new members to the local club. Shown are (l-r) new member Lori Cockerill with sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover; sponsor Sally Begin with new member Judy Levenier; and Kay Walker, who as chair of the Membership Committee organized the initiation ceremony.