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EAT & GREET held on Wednesday May 18, 2021 at the home of CATHI SORENG

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May Book Club Discussed ‘The Indigo Girl

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Sip & Dip April 2022

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A Return to Couples 3-13 in April 2022

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Piecemakers April 6, 2022 Meeting

Couples 3-13 group at the Harter’s home

June 2022 Couples 3-13

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June 2022 Book Club: The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

Announcements

June 7, 2022 Field Trip to Badger Run Wildlife Rehab in Klamath County.

This will be our first outing since Covid! Yay! I am arranging a trip to the Badger Run Wildlife Rehab Center in Klamath County. I am including a link to their site: www.BadgerRunWildlifeRehab.org. We are planning on leaving Eagle Point at 9am, our tour is scheduled for 10:30 am (it is a 70 mile drive, […]

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Ladies Dining Out September 2021

Ladies Dining Out went out for Mexican food at El Tapatio in Medford on September 13th. We had a lively group of 11 ladies enjoying a good time with friends. Always looking forward to the next outing.

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Club Update

December 2021 Luncheon Was A Festive Gathering

62 women were happy to gather at the Rogue Valley Country Club in December for the second of two Club luncheons held in 2021. The Members' Market was the the special program with lots of handmade and fun items for sale. A yummy luncheon was served buffet style and everyone enjoyed the great social time […]

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June Birthdays

Jun 1
Rein
Gravier
Jun 10
Ruth Ann
Hammond
Jun 12
Therese
Hoehne
Jun 15
Kate
Coggin
Jun 18
Kathy
Johnson
Jun 2
Kris
Howard
Jun 21
Brigitte
Lemmerman
Jun 28
Gayle
Shriver
Jun 28
Jean
Otteman
Jun 29
Martha
Roy
Jun 3
Deborah
Hart
Jun 30
Virginia
Felker
Jun 4
Sue
Tschohl

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About Us

The Eagle Point Women’s Club was founded in May 2005. The Club was formed over a cup of coffee. Yes, just a few years ago six women gathered over coffee at Arthur’s at the Eagle Point Golf Course and realized that other women like themselves were new here and wanted to make friends. They all committed to bringing a new friend with them the next time they met. That was the start of the Eagle Point Women’s Club.

Starting simply as a social club, we formed activity groups based on common interests. Our members are varied in age and experience. Each one brings something special to the group, whether it is special knowledge, special skills or a smile and a giving heart!

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