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Oklahoma City Girl Scout luncheon set

by Helen Ford Wallace Published: January 22, 2009

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Members of the Juliette Low Leadership Society will have the the fifth annual Girl Scout luncheon Feb. 19th at 11:30 a.m. at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club.

Ann Hoover is honorary chairman.  On the advisory committee are Ann Alspaugh, Molly Boren, Marion DeVore, Christy Everest, Tricia Everest, Jose Freede, Dannie Bea Hightower, Lou Kerr, Mary Nichols, Polly Nichols and Meg Salyer.

Karen Luke and Charlotte Richels are luncheon chairmen and committee members include Amy Amundsen, Gene Barth, Kelly Basey, DeDe Benham, Annie Bohanon, Gerry Bonds, Ione Brown, Karen Browne, Tammy Federman, Joan Frates, Peggy Gandy, Joan Gilmore, Kathy Goebel and Kay Goebel.

Also Vicki Gourley, Anne Gray, Becky Gray, Debbie Hampton, Karen Hanstein, Jana Harkins, Lori Hill, Whitney Hooten, Leslie Hudson, Sue Ann Hyde, Ann Johnston, Karen Keith, Renee Knox, Julie Knutson, Becky Love and Joan Maguire.

And Amy McDougal, Debbie McKinney, Patti Mellow, Whitney Monahan Moss, Saundra Naifeh, Shannon Nance, Kristi Oliver, Ashley Parrish, Ashley Perkins, Sandy Pembroke, Joy Richardson, Edie Roodman, Paula Sanford, Wendi Schuur, Nancy Scott and Sarah Sears.

And Gayle Semtner, Pam Shdeed, Marnie Taylor, Carter Townsend, Julie Tubb, M.J. Van Deventer, Jim Vallion, Rene Vassar, Kathy Walker, Jean Warner, Kathy Williams and Christi Woodworth.

by Helen Ford Wallace
Society Editor
Helen Ford Wallace is a columnist covering society-related events/news for The Oklahoman. She puts local parties online with daily updates. She creates, maintains and runs a Parties blog which includes web casts. She is an online web editor for...
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