ALOHA CONCLAVE #4 ORDER OF TRUE KINDRED

Aloha meets the 3rd Monday of the month. Please check the calendar for activities and events.

What's New

Officer Office Phone
Betty Miller WC 414-630-0571
Diana Kifer Secretary 920-922-6012
Judy Emerson Sunshine 608-271-7782

Dear Kindred,

Hopefully Summer is right around the corner. We can look forward to having a July meeting, as our May meeting was cancelled due to a lack of a quorum. The date will have to be cleared by the building coordinator. Watch for an announcement. The emphasis of the meeting will be community service. Please bring Bay View Community Food Pantry items to the next two meetings. They are very short of protein items and healthy snacks for kids. School is out so many kids do not have access to school lunch programs. Our June meeting we will be looking at initiation parts.

Our Worthy Supreme Commander, Vicki Kuharske, Grand Advisor, Jack Heady and sister Betty Miller, WPSC attended the Supreme Session in C, MO. Vicki did a wonderful job presiding over the session. One piece of legislation changed the qualifications for Secretary and Treasurer.

Our Missouri Kindred need our prayers, as many faced severe flooding problems. Our Kindred here that need sunshine and prayers are Judy Emerson who has had successful knee surgery for which we are very glad. Vicki K has the shingles and H. Jon Miller lost the last of his five siblings. Let Judy E know of anyone else who may need some sort of greeting.

BE WHAT YOU ARE, AND BECOME WHAT YOU ARE CAPABLE OF BECOMING
Robert Louis Stevenson

With Kindred love and Friendship

Betty Miller WC Jack Heady Adv
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Idleness I just finished reading a delightful book, The Importance of Being Idle, by Stephen Robins, 2000 (Prion [UK], distrib. in US by Trafalgar Square]. The author explained his aims as follows: . . . to make clear the true benefits of sitting around all day doing absolutely nothing whatsoever . .[and] to expose the destructive drudgery of the daily grind. Although a firm believer in the work ethic, I will confess to seeing some beneficial gems in this unambitious approach to life after reading this book. The really idle man gets nowhere. The perpetually busy man does not get much further. -Sir Henage Ogilvie