Thank you, attenders of Seattle Children’s Enumclaw Guild luncheon

Thank you to all for making this luncheon a success.

Thank you to everyone who attended the Seattle Children’s Hospital Enumclaw Guild’s spring luncheon.

As always, we had a wonderful lunch, served by Jude Irish. A big thank you to all our members for their tireless help putting the luncheon together! All proceeds go to uncompensated care at the hospital, for families unable to pay for their child’s care.

Door prize winner were Phyllis Blake, Ann Bremmeyer, Darlene DeGroot, Harriet Froemke, Nancy Kuzaro, Carolee Moergeli, Lois Olson, Connie Roseth, Bev Thompson and Pat Van Brocklin. Raffle winners were Phyllis Blake, Sophie Bogh, Nancy Bruner, Darlene DeGroot, Jane Gattavera, Linda Kurz, Janet McCrindle, Carol Merrill, Jenny Moeller, Margaret Rector, Geri Van Beek and Pat Van Brocklin.

Once again, thank you to all for making this luncheon a success. Hope to see you next year!

Sandra Stergion

Guild president

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