2018 Annual Scholarship Luncheon Save the Date


Save the Date

AUGUST 1, 2018

The 34th Annual Scholarship Luncheon

Under the Tuscan Sun


Highlights of the 33rd Annual Scholarship Luncheon 2017

Scholarship Recipients pictured with Scholarship Chair, Mary Kay and President Kathie and two of the three recipients:Atlas Besenfelder and Katherine Randolph. Not pictured: Maggie

Katherine Randolph- Berea-Midpark High School. Katherine will be majoring in Culinary Arts at The Culinary Institute of America located at Hyde Park, New York.

Maggie Lieb,  Avon High School and Lorain County JVS. Maggie will be majoring in Agricultural Education and Horticulture at The Ohio State University.

Atlas Besenfelder – St. Ignatius High School Atlas will be majoring in Environmental Science at Allegheny College

Each student received a $2000 scholarship to their college.


Remembering the Scholarship luncheon in photos:

“Sweet As Can Bee”

Karol welcomes guests.

A Gift Boutique featured many garden items, wreaths, and crafted items made by the members.

The Boutique

Guests are busy shopping at the boutique.

Culinary Boutique included homemade jellies, mustard’s, vinegars and herb mixes.

Herbal mixes are created annually by the Culinary committee.

Member Pam considers something sweet from the Bakery Boutique.

Herbal Cleanser does the job!


The tables were set in black and yellow.


Basket Raffle

Which raffle ticket to take a chance on the Chinese raffle is a tough decision.

The Basket Raffle is a favorite. Baskets are created by the members and donated for the Scholarship fund.

The Silent Auction Committee poses before the bidding begins: Barb, Fran & Stephanie.

Original artwork was included in many of the bidding packages.

Tickets to the theater, concerts or gift cards for restaurants were included in most bidding packages for some lucky winner.

This handmade quilt wall hanging was stiched with honey bees as well.

Bidding started when the doors open until noon.

All of the proceeds from the Silent Auction of donated items will help fund next year’s scholarship fund for some fortunate students.

The Silent auction had over 283 items included in the 75 auction packages.