Judy Hyatt, a registered nurse and a senior in University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy, will speak on "Medications: Use and Abuse" at a luncheon for College Club of Buffalo Jan. 7 in the clubhouse.
"New Values on College Campuses" will be discussed by Grace Martin at a luncheon Jan. 14. She has taught in Buffalo public and private schools and at Chautauqua Institution and has worked as a volunteer counselor with ex-prisoners, recovering alcoholics, retarded adults and high school dropouts. Author of three books, she is writing a fourth and has written three plays.
At a luncheon Jan. 28, Jayne Ralston will speak on the trip she and her husband, Anthony, took to Malawi, Africa, last summer to visit their daughter who is serving in the Peace Corps. Luncheon hostesses will be Doris Paxon and Patricia Sokol.
"The House That Love Built, the Ronald McDonald House", will be the topic of Donald Fridman of National Fuel Speakers' Bureau at a dinner Jan. 9. Artist Catherine Burchfield Parker will display and discuss some of her paintings at a dinner Jan. 23. She is a daughter of artist Charles E. Burchfield. Dinner hostesses will be Lucille Peterson and Ethel Swannie.
Flight bridge will be played Jan. 2, with Marie Moody, Carol Ehinger, Emma Sloan and Helen Sloan as hostesses. Duplicate bridge will be played Jan. 21. Nancy Lou Binder and Ruth Himmele will be hostesses.
Rennie Ferber, chairwoman of civic affairs for the club, and her committee will serve tea after the Lilian Fairchild Travel Talk Jan. 16 in Buffalo Museum of Science when Joanne Schlegel will present "The Spanish Pyranees."