Electa Chapter #75 Order of Eastern Star

Meeting first Tuesdays 7:00pm March - December

We are dark for meetings January & February.

Officer Phone Office E-mail Address
Terri Hundhausen 414-418-9938 Worthy Matron tamterh@yahoo.com
Brenda Konemann 608-548-1095 Associate Matron  
Tammy Hundhausen 414-339-0196 Secretary  

June 6-Stated meeting 7pm, Grand chapter reports, honor Fathers and our Flag. Outstallation. casual attire.

June 20-Installation 7pm. ladies-wear blue tops/ black skirts. men-blue tie. Please arrive by 6:30for pictures.

July 18-stated meeting 7pm. Casual attire.

August 1-Stated meeting 7pm. Annual reports. Casual attire.

August 5-MultiState in WI Dells, Wisconsin is hosting, more details to come.

August 20-Dousman-3 Pillars Tea, hosted by Electa/ Golden Rule chapters, more details to come.

September 5-Stated meeting 7pm start. Formal attire.

October 3-State meeting 7pm start. Formal attire.

I would like to thank the officers for accepting their stations and am looking forward to a great year working together! Congratulations to sister Sally for doing a super job as Grand Marshal, and we look forward to supporting sister Verna in her Grand officer station. We will let everyone know when our DD school and Grand Officer Visit will be when we get the information.

"Live in the Light" Star love, Terri

The Order of the Eastern Star is the largest fraternal organization in the world to which both women and men may belong. Worldwide, there are approximately 1 million members under the General Grand Chapter.

Eastern Star is a social order comprised of persons with spiritual values, but it is not a religion. Its appeal rests in the true beauty of the refreshing and character-building lessons that are so sincerely portrayed in its ritualistic work.

A deep fraternal bond exists between its members. It is the wholesome relationship of sisterly and brotherly love brought about through high principles exemplified in our lives which makes us near and dear to each other.

While this is an Order composed of people of deep spiritual convictions, it is open to all faiths, except no faith. The personal welfare of our members is vital to all of those in the Eastern Star, and it is considered a privilege to help another member whenever we can.




There are parts of a ship which taken by themselves would sink. The engine would sink. The propeller would sink. But when the parts of a ship are built together, they float. So with the events of my life. Some have been tragic. Some have been happy. But when they are built together, they form a craft that floats and is going places. And I am comforted. -Ralph W. Sockman