Activity Group Reports

Honoring Annette Godfrey

By Victoria Brown | February 28, 2024

The Eagle Point Women’s Club has a rich history of wonderful women who have contributed their incredible talents to the Club in many ways. At the February, 2024, luncheon we honored Club member, Annette Godfrey, who served as luncheon coordinator for the Club from 2013-2015, as President from 2015-2017, luncheon table decorator since 2017 and […]

Rising Hopes for a Rising Curtain

By Susan Watson | February 28, 2024

The luncheon began with Viki Brown giving a wonderful tribute to Annette Godfrey for all her many contributions to the club. Annette's creative talents provided the table decorations for our luncheons throughout the years as well as putting together our artsy directories. Our guest speaker for the February 21st luncheon was Ron McUne, Co-chair of […]

Piecemakers February 7, 2024 Meeting Report

By Elaine Slate | February 28, 2024

On February 7th the Piecemakers enjoyed another fun meeting at Rosenelle's home. We started with a guest, Bill Sproat. Bill wanted to demonstrate the beautiful wood quilt ladders he makes & sells. He does beautiful work. Next we shared a lot of show & tells. Kelly shared a story about her daughter asking her if […]

Win or Lose, Couples 313 is Always a Good Time

By Victoria Brown | February 24, 2024

Lynn Baker and Kay Breithaupt opened their homes to the Couples 313 potluck and card game in February and everyone enjoyed great food, fun social time and a little competition at the card table. Winners at Lynn’s included Lynn Baker, Paul Lingren, Kristine Frey and Vicki Wittenbrock. At Kay’s the winners were: Teresa Allen, Kay […]

Sip and Dip Group Celebrates in Black

By Victoria Brown | February 24, 2024

22 EPWC members gathered at the home of Linda Haynsworth-Krueger for February Sip and Dip and then the fun began. This group always selects a theme for each event and this month it was all-black clothing. Lots of wine, yummy appetizers and animated conversation made for a memorable and enjoyable afternoon. One of the photos […]

Bowlers Keep Knocking Them Down

By Victoria Brown | February 6, 2024

A group of nine eager bowlers gathered at Lava Lanes this week to celebrate the strikes and spares and to groan about the gutter balls. Everyone has a fun time cheering each other on and catching up with friends between turns on the lane. This group is open to all EPWC members and guests (spouses, […]

All Aboard the Orient Express

By Susan Watson | January 31, 2024

Our troupe of playgoers hopped on the Orient Express with Ken Ludwig's adaptation of Agatha Christie's MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS at the Collaborative Theatre Project (CTP). The play was skillfully directed by Michael Jenkinson. The set direction and costumes (We loved the shoes!) were imaginative and transported us back to 1934, onboard a train […]

Sip and Dip Group Begins 2024

By Gerene Leffingwell | January 30, 2024

Nineteen fun-loving ladies gathered at the home of Gerene Leffingwell on Thursday, January 25 from 3 to 5. There was plenty of wine, yummy appetizers, and great camaraderie!! The theme for the month was wildly colored yoga pants/tops or anything comfortable. If interested in joining this group, please contact Brigitte Lemmerman.

Couples 313 Going Strong in 2024

By Victoria Brown | January 29, 2024

A new committee of Sandi Smith, Diane Sproat, Joyce Lingren, Betsy Hase and Susan Smith have taken over management of the longtime EPWC Couples 313 activity group. Each of the members has specific duties to complete to keep the monthly gatherings organized. Each month will have 2 hosts who open their homes to as large […]

Piecemakers January 3, 2024 Meeting Report

By Elaine Slate | January 23, 2024

In January we met at Rosenelle's for mimosa's, treats while we shared & made plans for the new year. Rosenelle was wearing a new shirt she made. It is just lovely. Kelly had been busy finishing up UFO projects from years past and making a new bag. Terry had a lovely quilt with a colorful […]

Beginners Mah Jongg at Wyn’s

By Susan Watson | January 20, 2024

Beginners Mah Jongg met at Wyn Lewis's home for a Lesson and Learn game. We had three coaches helping four of us. What a wonderful way to spend a dreary winter day. Thanks to Wyn for getting this group up and going. Our brain cells needed the stimulation.

Book Club meets at Wyn Lewis’s home.

By Susan Watson | January 11, 2024

On a wintry Tuesday afternoon nine avid readers cozied up at the home of Wyn Lewis to discuss The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate. The book was selected by Kate Coggin who was not able to join us. Wyn graciously opened her home after adjustments in the venue were needed. Sasha Weber our […]

Piecemakers Quilt Group December 8, 2023 Meeting Report

By Elaine Slate | December 29, 2023

The Piecemakers met on Friday, December 8th to celebrate Christmas together shopping & eating. We first met at Linda's house where Linda shared some of her latest creations. We carpooled to Gold Hill and went to Stitched on 2nd then on to Jacksonville for lunch at Bella Union. Kelly showed off a new bag she […]

2023-2025 EPWC Board Gathers at December Luncheon

By Victoria Brown | December 23, 2023

All of the members of the current EPWC Board were present at the December luncheon, so we took the opportunity to gather together for a group photo. Members from left to right are: Sandi Smith, Viki Brown, Sharyn Close, Kay Breithaupt, Susan Watson, Maryann Hartman, Marilyn Westrum and Liz Crossman.

Riverside Chorus Serenade Santa checks off Naughty & Nice List

By Susan Watson | December 23, 2023

We all felt the holiday spirit at our December Luncheon featuring The Riverside Chorus under the direction of Pam Nordquist. The program was a mix of secular, sacred and holiday music followed by a group singalong. Everyone was delighted by the performance especially Pam's entertaining narrative. Who else came? Santa! We were all on our […]

Holiday Sip and Dip Fun

By Victoria Brown | December 14, 2023

Susan Smith opened her beautifully decorated home to a large group of EPWC members today for the December Sip and Dip gathering. Lots of food, wine and fun. Thanks, Susan, for hosting.

The Piecemakers gals enjoy an afternoon in Jacksonville!

By Terry Sheldon | December 11, 2023

The Piecemakers, all shown here, spent a lovely pre-Christmas afternoon in Jacksonville, enjoying lunch at Bella Union, then shopping. Everyone was able to come!

Book Club 2023 Holiday Party

By Susan Watson | December 9, 2023

It was pops and cracks at the EPWC Book Club Christmas Party hosted by Char Hoppe. Char provided the bubbly and Judith Fonarow surprised us with traditional English Christmas Crackers. An array of appetizers and desserts covered the table. We donned our colored paper hats (found inside each cracker) and talked of travel, both recent […]

Black and White and Lots of Fun

By Victoria Brown | December 6, 2023

Lori Petersen opened her home to a large group of EPWC Sip and Dip members all dressed in black and white and ready for fun. Lori had beautiful black and white decorated plates and napkins and her house set up for a large group to get comfy and enjoy some wine, food and great company. […]

The Turkeys Landed at Lava Lanes for the EPWC Bowling Group

By Victoria Brown | December 6, 2023

Lori Miles and Teresa Allen both rolled turkeys (three strikes in a row) in a game this week. It is a big accomplishment for a bowler and we all shared in the celebrating. Guest, Katherine Kruse joined us and will soon be a new member of the EPWC. As always, we all had a good […]

November 2023 Couples 3-13

By Aleli Lawson | November 25, 2023

2023’s last Couples 3-13 gatherings were held on November 18th at the homes of Teresa & Charlie Allen, Joyce & Paul Lingren and Diane & Bill Sproat. Good food, socializing, and laughter were enjoyed by all. It seemed to be couples’ night as both husbands and wives won at the card game! At the Allen’s […]

Eat and Greet Warms Up With Some Homemade Soup

By Victoria Brown | November 18, 2023

12 members gathered at the festive home of Ida Tolmie to savor some hot soup, cornbread and lots of bread pudding (Ida’s favorite). Ida had her home decorated with seasonal items including her favorite stuffed turkey. Everyone enjoyed some social time and the pleasure of sharing a good meal with friends. Thanks Ida for hosting […]

EPWC Group Celebrates National “Take A Hike Day” on Nov. 17

By Victoria Brown | November 18, 2023

9 members and a guest hit the Elk Creek Trail on a glorious day and enjoyed the fall color, fresh air, good company and exercise. Part of the group completed 4 miles and the rest of the group hiked 7.5 miles. The longer group gathered on an old cabin foundation to sit and eat lunch […]

Piecemakers November 1, 2023 Meeting Report

By Elaine Slate | November 14, 2023

The Piecemakers met at Rosenelle’s to learn how to make a “No-Sew Scandinavian Star” ornament. We started with a show and tell. Sue showed off yet another rope basket, a large one that is so cool. Rosenelle was happy to show her completed embroidery project that is a beautiful Christmas tree skirt. Each of the […]

Culinary Arts Toured the World of Soup in November

By Victoria Brown | November 11, 2023

12 members gathered at the home of Gerene Leffingwell to enjoy a menu of “Soups and Sides From Around the World”. Sharyn Close served as co-host and together they created an enjoyable culinary event. Sharyn and Gerene selected the recipes from a variety of sources and each guest prepared an assigned dish. Some of the […]

SPIRITED SIP & DIP AT KRIS HOWARD’S

By Susan Watson | November 9, 2023

It was a full house at Sip& Dip on October 26th. Everyone was in high spirits. Kris goes all out for Halloween. From the decorations to the Halloween “crack”, that we could not stop eating, it was SPOOKTACULAR! Thanks Kris for hosting.

Bowlers Keep Knocking Them Down

By Victoria Brown | November 6, 2023

Eight members and one guest gathered at Lava Lanes for our monthly bowling group. Cheryl Ryan joined us for the first time and Marie Rezab came as a guest of Maryann Hartmann. There were some strikes and happy dances and always lots of fun. Thanks to Lori Miles for organizing us each month.

The Future is Flouring at the Mill

By Susan Watson | October 26, 2023

The Mill's future is in flour as efforts continue to get the Butte Creek Mill back to the same old grind. Okay, enough of the silly puns. Our October 18, 2023  luncheon was held at the Rogue Valley Country Club with 38 women in attendance. The day began with a social time and an opportunity to […]

Theater Group gets into Halloween Spirit

By Susan Watson | October 24, 2023

The EPWC Theater Group got into the Halloween spirit by attending the play Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at the Collaborative Theatre Project Sunday October 15th. You may not know the story by Robert Louis Stevenson or remember the movie with Spencer Tracy but it doesn’t matter. This Production does an excellent job of transporting […]

EPWC Hikers Explore Lost Creek Lake Trail

By Victoria Brown | October 23, 2023

Angie Wells and Viki Brown served as co-leaders for the October hike which was attended by 7 members. It was a warm day and the trail was lined with trees showing beautiful color following the perimeter of Lost Creek Lake. The group divided into two sub-groups to accommodate those choosing to hike 3 or 6 […]