Native Daughter grand president to visit
September 17, 2013
Sharon Logan, grand president of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, will visit two local parlors, Manzanita Parlor No. 29 of Grass Valley and Laurel Parlor No. 6 of Nevada City, Oct. 1. There will be a pasty luncheon served at the United Methodist Church in Grass Valley at noon.
Grand President Sharon Logan of San Jose Parlor No. 81 visits all parlors in the state during her term of office and will be accompanied by several of her Grand Officers. During the luncheon, a short talk will be given on the Cornish influence in the Grass Valley area, as well as a skit by Mary Wood regarding the original Women's Christian Temperance Union marker dedication in April 1874. The planned rededication of the plaque had to be delayed until Spring 2014 due to the inability of the Parlor committee to complete the permit process requirements of the city of Grass Valley. The original W.C.T.U. plaque will be available for viewing at the luncheon.
Reservations for the meal may be made until Sunday by contacting Brita Rozynski at 530-265-2727.
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