Women’s Club Of Massapequa Installation Luncheon

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The Woman’s Club of Massapequa recently held its Installation Luncheon at Baldwin’s Coral House. The members and guests finally met after the distancing of the past year and a half.

The incoming board of the Women’s Club of Massapequa from left: President Frances Cloud, Director Maureen Larisch, Treasurer Patricia Linden, Parliamentarian Lynne DiStasio, Recording Secretaries Kathy Corcoran and Antoinette LaBonte, Corresponding Secretary Patricia Fernando, Installing Officer Joan McCarren, 2nd Vice President Anne Hearn, 1st Vice President Fran Bassett (Photo courtesy of the Women’s Club of Massapequa)


Outgoing President Maureen Larisch and Installation Officer Joan McCarren delivered the oaths of office to incoming President Fran Cloud and her newly elected board for the 2021-23 club years. In 2024, the club will celebrate its centennial.

The Outgoing Board of the Women’s Club of Massapequa: Treasurer Pat Linden, Recording Secretaries Lynne Molloy and Kathy Corcoran, Membership Chair Anne Hearn, 1st Vice President JoAnn Hundertmark, President Maureen Larisch, Installation Officer Joan McCarren, Director Yolanda Padula, Parliamentarian Lynne DiStasio, Director Fran Bassett
(Photo courtesy of the Women’s Club of Massapequa)

The Child Welfare Department celebrated two Massapequa High School graduates at a socially distanced May meeting of the Club held at the Elks Lodge in Massapequa. Chair Del Genovese and Co-chair JoAnn Hundertmark gave certificates and checks, one of which is endowed by member Rowan Brooks, to award recipients Amanda DeVito and Leah Whalen.

 

From left: Graduate Award Recipient Amanda DeVito, Child Welfare Chair Del Genovese and Co-Chair JoAnn Hundertmark
(Photo courtesy of the Women’s Club of Massapequa)

 

From left: Graduate Award recipient Leah Whalen, Child Welfare Chair Del Genovese and Co-Chair JoAnn Hundertmark
(Photo courtesy of the Women’s Club of Massapequa)

—Submitted by the Women’s Club of Massapequa

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