Parties Extra!---February 26,2007---Girl Scout Luncheon
ANNUAL JULIETTE LOW LEADERSHIP SOCIETY LUNCHEON
As Susan Stamberg talked, she was also shown,throughout the room of 450 women, on the big screen. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace.)
Susan Stamberg from National Public Radio was the featured speaker at the annual Juliette Low Leadership Society Luncheon at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. The luncheon benefits the Red Lands Council Girl Scouts and Stamberg was a Girl Scout herself.
Three Girl Scouts led the 450 women at the luncheon in the Girl Scout Promise and the Girl Scout Law. Centerpieces were terra cotta pots with gardens of grass and Gerber daisies.
Long strands of pearls were sold for $20. (the price of a Girl Scout membership and pin). The pearl idea came from the fact that Founder in 1912 Juliette Low sold her pearls to found the Girl Scouts of the United States in Savannah, Georgia. Money from the pearl fund raiser will help girls who might not be able to join the program.
Kay Goebel and Joan Maguire were co-chairmen of the luncheon. They presented Jim Vallion a special certificate for assisting committee members with flowers since the inception of the luncheon.
Lou Kerr was honorary chairman and advisory committee members were Annie Bohanon, Marion DeVore, Christy Everest, Dannie Bea Hightower, Karen Luke and Polly Nichols.
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