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Women of Grace present program on Mamie Eisenhower
On May 4, 2012
by Christie Boyle
Join the Women of Grace for a special spring picnic and presentation on the life of Mamie Eisenhower on Tuesday, May 15. Lunch begins at Noon on the grounds of Grace Episcopal Church (weather permitting).
Eileen Hacker, winner of one of the Missouri Athletic Club’s Annual Women of Distinction Awards last October, has researched the lives of United States First Ladies and will present a fascinating program on the life of Mamie Eisenhower, including her recipe for fudge (the only dish she knew how to make when she married Ike).
Eileen is a consummate community betterment volunteer who always finds ways to serve others. The 91-year old educator and nurse has initiated public health nursing programs in schools and communities well-ahead of her time. Wherever she and her family lived, she was sought out for her knowledge, experience and desire to forge better lives for the people of the community. Her impressive bio speaks volumes about her talents, education and dedication to the service of others.
Sign up in Albright Parish Hall by May 8 to enjoy this annual picnic box lunch on the grounds of Grace Church (weather permitting) at Noon. A short business meeting, including election of officers for 2012-2013, will proceed Eileen’s program on Mamie Eisenhower.
Please put your $15 check in the Women of Grace mailbox at church or contact Becky Entenmann.