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Speaker Prggy Kelsey signing books for Carol March Speaker Peggy Kelsey signing books for Carol Hudson, Sharon Gilmore, Laura Deutsch, and Terry Ann Sovey
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Recent Updates

Current Bulletin
Membership Form
SIG Booklet

All contact information here is provided for the non-commercial use of members only.


March's SIG highlights are:
Pursuing Poetry


and Cancer Support.

I will be highlighting Lakeway Investment Partners and Retirement Home Crafts at our April WCGL meeting. Make sure you check out the poster display in the lobby that gives you a snapshot of their activities.

I am hoping to have a roster of the 2015-2016 SIG Chairs/Co-chairs by the end of April. Let your current SIG Chair/Co-chairs know if you are interested in taking on a leadership role.

If I can be of any assistance, please contact me at 512-382-7414 or

Jill Ukeiley, Second Vice President, Special Interest Groups (SIG)

gloria crosthwaitTREASURER
Gloria Crosthwait, Treasurer

susan bryceMEMBERSHIP
Please welcome our newest member, Pat Barton. She brings our membership up to 521 with 91 being new this year.

Mark your calendars. We start collecting membership dues for 2015-2016 on May 18 at the May General/Installation of Officers Luncheon a.k.a. Laughter Is An Instant Vacation.

Let us know of any address, phone number or email address changes so we can keep in touch and update our records. Notify me at s_bryce@sbcglobal.net or 512-261-1095.

If you are a new member and have not received your Yearbook/Directory, please see me at our next meeting.

Membership in the Women's Club of Greater Lakeway (WCGL) is limited to those women living within the City of Lakeway, Lakeway ETJ and The Hills. Participation in any WCGL Special Interest Group is limited to those women who are paid members of WCGL. You must first become a member of WCGL to join any SIG.

A map of the City of Lakeway, Lakeway ETJ and the Hills may be accessed through this link  - http://www.cityoflakeway.com/DocumentCenter/Home/

A membership form may be found here. 
Please indicate if we may email the monthly Bulletin to you.
Susan Bryce, Membership

Care and Concern Cards were sent to Vickie Taylor, Kay Rester, Patty Freel, Lynne Howe’s family, Janet Leipsner, Symantha Higgins and Margaret Myers.

Condolence Cards were sent to Joyce Botta, death of her nephew; Family of Nona Kilgore, Nona’s death; Family of Lucille Butler, Lucille’s death.

Congratulations Cards were sent to Joann Anderson on her husband, Jimmy’s, Lakeway Civic Corporation Meritorious Service Award and Joan Astorino on her husband, Jerry’s, Lakeway Civic Corporation Outstanding Citizen of the Year Award.

Thanks for updating me on cards needing to be sent. Contact me at (512-590-0951) or rswilsey@aol.com

Sue Wilsey
, Corresponding Secretary

cindy kotradymaureen mulrooneyCOMMUNITY LIAISON
TexArts: The Youth Musical Theatre Academy Production will present Into the Woods Jr.! on April 25-26 and May 2-3. Join all of your favorite fairy tale characters in this whimsical Stephen Sondheim musical. Call 512-852-9079 for more information.

All Things Wild: The Lake Travis Lion’s Club will host a spaghetti dinner on April 15 to benefit ATW. For more information, contact allthingswildrehab@gmail.com.

Lake Travis Community Library:
Visit the website www.laketravislibrary.org or call 512-263-2885 for additional offerings such as these listed below: Watercolor Painting Artist, Johnnie Fields will display his advanced students’ work on weekdays through April 2, at the Lakeway City Hall Art Gallery. Johnnie is the husband of Dot Fields, one of our members.

The Lakeway Associates of Seton will be holding their Annual Gala, An Evening at the Vineyard, on April 19. Contact Sharon January at shjanuary@austin.rr.com or Cherie Harris at charlie.harris63@gmail.com for additional information.

Cindy Kotrady, Co-Chair

Maureen Mulrooney, Co-Chair

jan mclaurinYEARBOOK

Jan McLaurin, Chair





The Women’s Club spring dinner/dance is a highlight of every year. The elegant Black and Bling Ball did not disappoint. Carole Dann and Karen Morter hit it out of the park with this one! Spectacular flowers, the sequined table in the entry hall, the mood lighting, delicious food and the band were only a few of the elements making for a festive evening enjoyed by all.

Additional bling was added by all our lady guests adorned with sequins and jewels. Some even added bling to their hair, wore glittered stilettos or accessorized with gorgeous scarves. Our gentlemen escorts completed our black and bling theme with their fashionable evening attire.

With a membership of 521 strong which includes 91 new members, we can be proud of all our successes this year. Encourage all your eligible friends to become members and participate in our numerous fun activities and events.
Kitty Lichty, President

sharon gilmorePROGRAMS

Please join us as we welcome our last speaker of the year, Dr. Laura Hernandez-Ehrisman.  Dr. Hernandez-Ehrisman is Assistant Professor in the School of Education at St. Edward's University where she teaches courses in American and World History and Global Tourism. She received her PhD. in American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin and her research focuses on public history and memory in the San Antonio area.

Her presentation is based on her book Inventing the Fiesta City:  Heritage and Carnival in San Antonio, which tells the story of how the city's annual Fiesta San Antonio celebration was
created, and how it transformed through the twentieth century. Through its many parades, pageants and street fairs, Fiesta has come to represent the unique fusion of cultures that make up this community's identity.

Her work analyzes the struggles to expand and redefine the festival over more than 100 years of its history. Tradition defines our culture and character as a nation of immigrants, and I'm sure her talk will delight all as we learn about our past and how it is defining us today.  Also, as we know, everyone loves a parade! 

Sharon Gilmore, 1st Vice President

laura deutschjan rouseHOSPITALITY
Don’t miss the Women’s Club April 27 meeting in the Vistas Ballroom featuring our customary coffee and conversation at 9:30 a.m. The meeting begins at 10:00.a.m.

Following the meeting, we hope you will continue your day by joining other members and guests for a delicious buffet luncheon prepared by the Lakeway Resort. This is a wonderful opportunity to converse with friends as well as meet new members and guests.

You may make a luncheon reservation by sending the form included in your bulletin and a check payable to WCGL in the amount of $20/member or $25/guest to Jan Rouse, 606 Golf Crest Ln., Lakeway, Texas 78734 by Monday, April 20.

We like to recognize our new members joining since May 2014 throughout the year. Please note on the reservation form if you are a new member. There also are places on the reservation form to indicate guests and special dietary needs.

Our artistically talented members delighted us with samples of their work in March.

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Suzie Leggio, Corinne McClaran, Sherry Bennett                               Sue Cornett

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Ann Neighbors' work admired by                                        Linda Buikema
Betty Campbell and Carole Dann

Laura Deutsch
and Jan Rouse, Co-Chairs

karen morter carole dannSOCIAL COMMITTEE

Happy faces at the Black & Bling Ball
Comgratulations Kitty, Karen and Carole for a wonderful event!

Karen Morter and Carole Dann, Co-Chairs

suzie leggiovickie taylorSPECIAL EVENTS
Make plans now for an instant vacation. Please join us for the May Luncheon for fun, friendship and entertainment. See the flyer. If you have any questions, please call/email Suzie Leggio, Vickie Taylor or Linda Swan. Don’t miss this trip!

Suzie Leggio and Vickie Taylor, Co-Chairs

charlie cooley4th of JULY FLOAT
Charlie Cooley, Chair