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UPCOMING EVENTS

Variety Club Women Tent 7 will have is annual pound auction at a luncheon at noon Saturday in Sonoma Grille, Snyder. BeBe Sedor and Marie Przepiora will be the auctioneers.

Mary Schmelzer has been re-elected president of Elma Meadows Women's Golf Club. Other officers and chairwomen for the coming year are vice president, Dorothy Frye; secretary, Kathy Czarnecki; treasurer, Natalie Banach; handicaps, Jean Rainbow; membership, Bette Cudek; 18-hole tournaments, Carol Meehan; nine-hole tournaments, Mary Beth Glatz; ringers, Marilyn Thomson; rules and publicity, Anne Brigham; prizes, Dorothea Howard. The club opened its season at a luncheon today in Sheraton Four Points Hotel. Hostesses were Kathy Bauer, Kathy Neal, Sheila Nowak, Mary Mach and Dolores Thome.

Nancy M. Stanley, deputy grand matron of Erie District, Order of the Eastern Star, and George O. Stanley, district grand lecturer, will make their official visit to Kindred Chapter 669 at 7:30 p.m. May 2 in Sweet Home Masonic Hall, Amherst. They will visit Concord Chapter 441 at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Masonic Hall, Springville, after a Dutch-treat buffet supper in Legecy Restaurant, Springville. The Stanleys made their official visit to Pond Chapter 853 Wednesday in Masonic Hall, West Seneca.

The congregation of Friedens (Peace) United Church of Christ will sponsor a theme tray auction and ice cream social from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 30 in the Friedens UCC and Friendship Lutheran Church, 1280 North French Road, Amherst. Admission is $5 and includes tickets for the silent auction. Drawings start at 2 p.m. For information, call 688-5431.

Buffalo After 5 Club of Stonecroft Ministries will have a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Holiday Inn, Amherst. Jill Rogers and Terri Jandzinski will speak about Cobblestone Farm, Cambria, and Eileen Goodman of Thornhill, Ont., will give a talk, "Reflecting on Life's Changes." Reservations are being taken at 873-1189. Goodman will speak at a luncheon for Southtown Christian Women's Club at a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. next Thursday in Ilio DiPaolo's Restaurant, Blasdell. Tina Seltz of Curves for Women explain how changing one's body can change one's life and Amie Whitmore will be the soloist. For reservations, call 941-6413. Nursery care is available. Christian Women's Club of Buffalo will have a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in Fanny's restaurant. The program will include a presentation by Beverly Spencer of the Red Hat Society, a talk on "Life's Changes" by Eileen Goodman, and vocalist Jackie Davis. For reservations and complimentary child care, call 759-1127. The cost is $15.

Laureate Alpha Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Sue Lester in Pendleton to discuss plans for a guest banquet in May. Rose Marie Baer, a chapter member, will be honored for her 50 years of membership at the sorority's Founders Day celebration at 6 p.m. next Thursday in Fairdale Banquet Center.

Women's Association of Brookfield Country Club will open its season with a brunch at 10:45 a.m. next Thursday in the clubhouse. Spring and summer fashions from Stein Mart will be shown and there will be informational booths on women's and children's activities.

"Celebration of Women" will be the theme when the Alpha Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International meets at 10 a.m. April 30 in Cleveland Heights Church, Union Road, Cheektowaga. A potluck luncheon will precede Barbara Ifflander's presentation titled "The Victorian Collectible." There will be basket raffle fund raiser to support the grant-in-aid scholarship fund. Annemarie Jason will be the auctioneer. Bus token donations will be collected for Haven House.

St. Simon's Episcopal Church will have a Mother's Day breakfast from 9 a.m. to noon May 8 in the church, 200 Cazenovia St.