News And Events
Norma Jean Kritsonis and Alison Ellison have been appointed as your new Sub-Committee Chairpersons for the food buffet. A few changes have been made and need to be noted. There will be a sign up sheet at each reception for volunteers to bring food to future receptions. Those who volunteer will have their entrance fee waived. If you bring food and did not sign up for that month's reception, your contribution will be a wonderful donation but please keep in mind you will need to pay the entrance fee.
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Jane Hallet Award
Congratulations to James Kemp-Slaughter who was awarded the Jane Hallet Award for his years of dedicated work for our branch. James has run and Annual General Meeting for more years than I can count as well as serving on many other committees. Good work, James
SEATTLE BRANCH ESU SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS HONORED AT MAY AGM
The Seattle Branch's Annual General Meeting this May at the lovely Seattle Yacht Club included officially recognizing our three 2013—14 scholarship winners. Ramon Henderson, Alexander McCauley and Zachary Torp are nearly finished with their first year of graduate studies in the University of -Washington's Department of English, and they expressed their thanks and how they felt honored by being scholarship recipients. One scholar is looking into literature that explains how coffee has been "flavored" (as in, adulterated!) through the ages and how that has led to changes in food laws. "We also welcomed back Professor Juan Guerra, who has one more
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Passages - George Pigott
Long-time board member and parliamentarian George Pigott passed this month. Teacher, mentor, professor, inventor and friend, he will be missed by all who knew him.
Ethel Kemp -Slaughter was honored at Emerald Downs
Longtime member Ethel Kemp-Slaughter was honored at the Opening of Emerald Downs Race Track with the third race being named "Ethel Kemp-Slaughter 95th Birthday Purse" and was recognized in the winner's circle. One of many special days celebrating this natal date. Hoorah to Ethel and here's hoping you and James held the winning ticket.