The Bronte Membership held its common assembly Oct. 20 at 3 p.m. on the Girls’s Clubhouse, and the assembly additionally was attended by some members by way of Zoom.
First vice-president Anna Lou Nix known as the assembly to order. Julie McCan led the Accumulate and Pledges to the American and Texas flags. Because it was Visitor Day, Nix welcomed the company.
Iris Rodgers launched the visitor speaker, Goliad County Sheriff Roy Boyd. Boyd mentioned “The Border Disaster: The way it Impacts You and Me.” He detailed how this disaster impacts residents of the Crossroads area, and plenty of questions adopted his discuss.
After Boyd’s discuss, Nix introduced that roll name will resume within the close to future, which can apply particularly to these members becoming a member of by way of Zoom.
Federation Counselor Mary Jane Schurtz introduced that Bronte’s annual fund drive for M.D. Anderson Most cancers Middle might be held on the Nov. 3 assembly.
Nix thanked the hostesses for the day: Pat Plowman, Melanie Buchhorn, Rose Drost, Fran Edwards, Emily Koenig, Carol McLarry, Wanda Sneddon and Elena Watts.
Nix additionally thanked Nina Di Leo for her continued work in holding our conferences accessible to members on Zoom. The assembly adjourned at roughly 4 p.m.