Lakeport Women’s Civic Club announces vocational scholarship winners

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Lakeport Women’s Civic Club wants to send out their best to the winners of this year’s $1,000 vocational scholarships.

Katelind Brown of Kelseyville High School will be attending Mendocino College to study fire science and Patricia McCleery of Lower Lake High School will be selecting a school to study cosmetology and looks forward to becoming an aesthetician.

The Lakeport Women’s Civic Club held its last meeting of the year on June 7, with the installation of new officers for the upcoming year.

The new officers will be President Julie Hernaez, President-Elect Helen Finch, Vice President Gail Robello, Treasurer Audrey Powers, Recording Secretary Debbie Strickler, Financial Secretary Connie Conser, Corresponding Secretary Betty Martin, Parliamentarian Sandi Miller, Auditor Carol Jordan, Facility Coordinator Cheryl Robbins, Ways and Means Toni Stewart and Membership Mary Lee Hawkins.

Their first meeting of the new season will be held on Friday, Sept. 6, at Riviera Hills Country Club Restaurant.

If you have some time and energy that you would like to spend making a difference in your community, then you should join this very friendly and enthusiastic group of women as they gather at 11 a.m. for a meeting which begins at 11:30 a.m. on the first Friday of every month except July and August. Lunch is only $15 and is always amazing.

Membership in the Lakeport Women’s Civic Club is by invitation only.

If you are interested, or for more information regarding membership, please call Julie Hernaez at 707-279-2625.