Your Good News: Awards and honors from clubs & organizations around Polk
April 30, 2017 - storage organizer
Critical Care Nursing Skills Fair: Poinciana Medical Center’s Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit recently hosted a second Critical Care Nursing Skills Fair. More than 100 nurses from mixed departments had a event to use their skills and examination customary procedures that will assistance them yield evident caring to high-risk patients.
Knights of Columbus 4726: The Knights of Columbus Dr. L.J. O’Rourke Council 4726 of Winter Haven announced that Len Winget was a Knight of a Month for March. Winget was a Grand Knight from 1997 to 1999 and an disciple on a building committee. Mike and Heidi Tanner were announced as a Family of a Month. Both were concerned with a St. Joseph’s Christmas tree project, feeding families during Thanksgiving, and are Boy Scout and Cub Scout leaders. The sum Christ is Alive automobile magnets sole was 225 for an scarcely $1,110 raised.
Publix Serves Day: Sixteen Publix Super Markets Inc. corporate accounting employees worked to urge a coming and conditions during a Learning Resource Center and a storage space on Apr 5, a day designated as “Publix Serves Day.” The volunteers spotless gutters, scrubbed siding, painted, commissioned shelving, purged and orderly boxes, and private years of dirt and debris.
70th annual Freedom Fund Banquet: The Lakeland Branch NAACP recently hold a 70th annual Freedom Fund Banquet with a thesis “The Power is in a Legacy, The Dream Continues” during a Apostle Henry Ross Sr. Family Life Center in Lakeland. Educator and author Ulysses J. Johnson was a keynote speaker.
Woman’s Club of Winter Haven: The Woman’s Club of Winter Haven recently hold a Apr assembly with guest Highland Fields, former mayor Lemuel Geathers, U.J. Johnson, Shirley Dixon Williams, Mary Ann Snively and Gene Owen, all of whom contributed special memories. Bob Gernert was a speaker and Donna Nixon from a city of Winter Haven Recreational Services supposing list and chair covers. The assembly was dedicated to Pat Davidson and her family. The bar perceived a $20 concession before to a meeting. Donations perceived during a assembly authorised a bar to strech a idea of $500 for a Family and Consumer Science Award.
Sigma Phi Gamma Pledges: Sigma Phi Gamma International Sorority announced 4 new pledges. Chaplin Charlene Collins achieved a use for Rosemarie Malmberg, Karen Knutson, Beverly Niist and Janet Marquez. There was also one transfer, Christine Eisenhauer. After a oath service, a section hold a annual choosing of officers. The officers are Alex Learn, president; Lil Snow, clamp president; Ginny Weatherspoon, recording secretary; Judy Foster, treasurer; Lynne Slagle organizer and counselor; Sue Reinders, use secretary; Nadine Sims, editor; Carole Causey-Hazelgrove, historian; Pam Chrapowicz, ways and means; Judy Silvera, analogous secretary; Charlene Hohmann, marshal; Collins, chaplin; and Marie Ruszovan, fever sister.
Happy anniversary: Happy anniversary to Carl and Nell Whitehead who distinguished their 69th anniversary on Apr 24, and Ronnie and Brynn Lane who distinguished their 59th anniversary on Apr 26.
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