Welcome to Palmy Chapter 114
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30
at the Deerfield Masonic Temple
2018/ 2019 Officers
Worthy Matron: Joyce Kuss
Worthy Patron: William Westover Jr.
Associate Matron: Linda Spencer
Associate Patron: Rhys Sampson
Secretary: Beth Cooper
Treasurer: Bruce Slagle
Conductress: Kristy Woodford
Associate Conductress: Wilda Autry
Chaplain: Anne Cooper
Marshall: Richard Sampson
Organist: Sally Sampson
Adah: Frances Hall
Ruth: Lydia Caskey
Esther: Betty Coss
Martha: Mildred Keller
Electa: Tawnya Cheuvront
Warder: Betty Naugle
Sentinel: Ralph Coss
Pages: Nancy Slagle
Theme : Save the Earths Resources
Motto: Reduce Reuse Recycle too! Come on everyone it's easy to do!
Symbol : Stars & Keys
Flower : Mums
Colors : Fall Colors
Scripture : John 6:35 Jesus said to them, "I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.
Local projects: Palmyra United Methodist Church Back Door Pantry, Cocoon Portage county and Southeast/Maplewood Scholarship
Other projects include St. Jude Project- Childrens cancer center
Ronald McDonald house Project (Akron)
To see all of our fun pictures and to get to know us better stop over to our Chapter facebook page
Open Installation of officers was held Friday October 26th 2018
We were honored by the presence of many guests, friends and family.
A Big Special Thank You to our amazing installing team.
Janice Goerss,.PGM - Installing Officer
James Simpson,. PP - Installing Chaplain
Joan Robinson,. PM - Installing Marshall
Elaine Hammond,. PM- Installing Organist
Monthly Soup and Salad
Third Thursday of every month 4:30 to 6:30
at the Deerfield Masonic Temple. 2380 St. Rt. 225
|Palmy gives 80 year pin to Carolyn Elliott
Nancy and Bruce Slagle, Beth and Ann Cooper, and Bill Westover met our 80 year member, Carolyn Elliott and her daughter Susan Sheets at Perkins in Sebring for lunch.
We enjoyed delightful conversation with Sister Carolyn who was 101 year old this passed October 1. She brought her Eastern Star Bible, 70 year pin, and Past Matron pin that belonged to her mother who was Worthy Matron of Alma Chapter, Sebring, during the depression. Sister Carolyn was never a Worthy Matron, but served in the station of Adah. She shared with us that she and her husband once lived in one of the apartments above the old Midland Buckeye Bank in Sebring and that Nancy Slagle's parents lived in the other apartment. She and her husband also accompanied Bruce's parents to Youngstown to get their marriage license and then to Lakeside where Bruce's parents were married and Carolyn served at the Matron of Honor. She told us that she completed two years at College of Wooster, but then returned to Sebring and worked for her father who owned and published the Sebring Times. After marriage and children Carolyn worked for the Sebring Schools for nearly 30 years.
Daughter Susan shared that both Carolyn's mother and grandmother lived to be over 100 years old as well.
This was indeed one very special lunch we will not forget.