Woman’s Club gets spooky

KRV Woman’s Club

On Thursday, October 26, the Kern River Valley Women’s Club dressed in their best Halloween costumes for a fun-filled event. Goblins, witches and all sorts of creatures turned out for lunch at the Elks Lodge in Wofford Heights. The costumes were judged and the winners were: Marsha Dickerson-‘Most Creative’ as the Elf Queen; Sue Butler- ‘Funniest’ as the Queen of Hearts; Betty Lett- as the ‘Spookiest’ and Charlene Coleman-as the ‘Most Outrageous.’

The ladies were served green salad, baked parmesan chicken breast, scalloped potatoes, green beans or the choice of a grilled chicken salad along with coffee, tea, rolls and dessert.
November’s program will be the Family Resource Center, in Lake Isabella, presenting the Angel Tree with local needy children’s Christmas lists. There will also be a presentation by Donna Ingram speaking on self-defense and showing some self-defense moves.

Kern River Valley Woman’s Club’s objective is to aid in general philanthropic work and to promote good fellowship in the community. They meet on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Elks Lodge.
If you are interested in joining in on the fun and excitement of the club, please contact Jan Fletcher at 760-376-9188.