Parties, Etc.: Feb. 12, 2017: Helen Ford Wallace
Honoring incoming board
Reception: Pam Campbell, president elect-elect of the Oklahoma City Junior League, and the 2017-2018 board of directors were honored at a party in the home of JLOC President Sara Sweet. New board members will take office in June.
Be seen: Among the women attending the reception were members of the current board, incoming board, project managers, other officers of the League, sustainers and past presidents.
Menu: Silver trays held sandwiches, cookies, cheese, artichoke and layered dips. Guests toasted the incoming board with goblets of wine.
Headed for Georgia
Party: Charlotte and Bill Mosteller were honored at a party given by Kim and Terry Spencer; Kathryn and Michael Mosteller; and Suzie and Stan Hupfeld in the Hupfeld home.
Moving: The honorees are moving to Lake Oconee in Georgia. Bill Mostler is retiring as CEO of Diagnostic Lab of Oklahoma and Charlotte Mosteler was a realtor at Keller Williams. They moved here 19 years ago from Georgia.
Menu: The hostesses cooked appetizers and desserts.
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Remember us: Guests signed a special book for them to take to their new home.
VIP wrap up and kick-off
Double duty party: Members of the Oklahoma Lawyers for Children 2016 Venetian Ball VIP wrap up committee and Kick-Off 2017 committee had a party in the Quail Creek home of OLFC board member Suzanne Pointer.
Hosts: Co-hosts for the event were members of the Associate Board, Rebecca King, Heather Popowsky, Reggie Sims, Diana Ngo Le and Alyssa Brittain. Tsinena Thompson is OLFC CEO.
Highlights: Flowers arrangements were reminiscent of the October Venetian Ball and Italian- inspired appetizers were served to the guests. The wrap-up event had been rescheduled (as Tsinena Thompson noted, because of the ice storm that wasn't.)
Seen: At the party were Carol and Dr. Philip Comp; Lauren Brown, Amber Brock, Dr. David Kallenberger, John Hermes, Tsinena and John Thompson; Diana and Dr. David Le; Janice Pitney, Keith Givens, Brenda Bennett, Matt Epting, Bryan King, Geoff Stallings, Chassidy Satterfield, Blake Johnson, Jim Fincher, Jordyn Banta, Cassidy Reed, Jenn Knight, Katelyn Gleason, Shawnessy Murphy, Jenn and Ryan Tubbs; Rob Abernathy, Autumn McCall and Micah Praytor.
Ring Ching Roadshow
Meet “Libbie”: Members of the Oklahoma City Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi met at Plenty Mercantile in Automobile Alley. “Libbie,” the traveling Pi Phi vehicle, the Ring Ching Roadshow, and driver, Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Daphney Bitanga, were in town for the event.
Collecting history: The Ring Ching Roadshow and Bitanga are collecting a living history of Pi Beta Phi by collecting stories about members. Inside the small SUV is a pop-up historical display highlighting notable moments in Pi Phi history. The group is celebrating 150 years of sisterhood this year.
Oklahoma towns: The car also visited Pi Phi chapters in Norman, Tulsa and Stillwater.
More groups: There are 202 collegiate chapters and 300 alumnae clubs worldwide.
Luncheon: Members of the Oklahoma City Alumnae Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta held the Founders Day luncheon at the Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club. Baily Gordon was chairman and committee members were Shelley Rowan, Madison Nash and Jessica Edwards.
Special guests: Betty Carmichael and Betty Replogle were honored as 75-year Thetas. Also honored were 50-year Thetas: Barbara Boggs, Ann Edwards, Nita Folger, Gerry Holland, Cynthia Huffmyer, Becky Johnston, Nancy Junkin, Mary Kinniburgh, Adonna Meyer, Darrellyn Ann Morris, Susie Reynolds, Lynda Savage, Susan Simon and Linda Bishop. A slideshow featured honorees.
Chapter highlights: Active Theta members from the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University presented highlights from their chapters.