President Lisa Henderson presents a DGC donation to the always supportive Davis Senior Center. Director Maria Lucchesi accepts the annual gift in 2012.
… and again in 2013.
… and again. Our gifting seems to be a habit!
Our President reads out the annual report in a short “business meeting” in 2013.
The 2013 officers present a letter of appreciation to …
… outgoing President, Lisa Henderson. (2013)
Lisa kindly shared her celebration cake — home-made by Mary Ann Marshall.
Nancy Crosby showing off a vintage wedding dress she brought.
What a dress!! Roberta Stevenson’s mother’s dress from 1906!
Lovely vintage wedding dress on display.
Other members’ contributions.
Photos of family homes and toys.
Ancestral toys and houses
Display of ancestral homes
Judith Fischette talking about a vintage toy.
Mary Ann Montague cherished this ladle made by her grandfather.
Lot of objects — we need explanations!
Lisa Henderson gets fashionable with old-time garments.
Sharon Elders identifying family members.
Linda Schmidt showing her heirloom chest.
Betsy True brought photos of some family heirlooms.
Lisa Henderson showing entries in a family book.
Betty Lou Schultz reading about one of her family heirlooms.
Martha Teeter showing us her family.
Yup! Lots of ancestral and family pets!
Michael Bowling’s grandparents’ dog was a Spaniel named “Micky”.
Judy Anderson’s grandfather’s pet was a horse!
That’s “Frank Horse”.
Stuart Wilson introduces his family’s pet.
Sharon Henn points out her Nana’s beloved Persian cat “Tweety”.
Dog “Buzzer” was the childhood friend of Jan Levenson’s mom.
Pets were a popular topic!
Many more members shared their pet photos.
Martha Teeter took us on her family’s three vacations.
Cindy Young’s family drove right through a redwood tree! Iconic photo!!
Bob Crow’s vacation story was about driving thru the Wawona Tunnel Tree in Yosemite National Park in 1924.
Evelyn Falkenstein told stories from the homeland — Mardi Gras, ski club, and pastoral landscape.
Looking at our stories — photos shared by members that year.
This very canister held hand-crafted macaroons
in Mary Ann Montague’s grandmother’s kitchen.
Linda Schmidt holds a very old hammered vessel.
Mary Dobosz shows Lisa and the club her ancestor’s kitchen crate.
Telling us about a VERRRRY old cookbook!
Mary Ann Marshall shows us a paper cookbook. Amazing that is survived so long!
Susie Ford setting up the table …
…with help from other hospitality volunteers.
A potluck means we get a lot to choose from…
…good, healthy food…
In 2019 we had our own birthday cake!
Betsy True checks out the goodies…
…and everyone queues up to fill a plate!
…time to chat…
…and then the show-and-tell.
Eating is mostly done when the presentations begin…
…with a sharing of stories to end our Fall Harvest.
With maybe a little more great food?