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Earline Tillman Collier, retired supervisor and consultant of National Fuel, will speak on "If You Want to Leave Footprints on the Sands of Time, Wear Work Shoes" at a dinner for Interclub Council of Western New York at 6 p.m. Monday in Fanny's Restaurant.

Buffalo Launch Club's New Year's Eve party, "14 Karat Golden Gala," featured a gourmet dinner and dance music by Joy Ride. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sgroi and Mr. and Mrs. David Burgio were chairmen.

Plans for a Lucky Number dinner will be made when Zonta Club of Kenmore meets Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Classics Banquet Center after dinner at 6. Reports on the recent poinsettia sale and visits to Schofield Residence also will be given. Members of the house and fellowship committee will be hostesses at dinner preceding the meeting.

Geraldine M. Balk and Roy J. Pfohl will be installed matron and patron of Kindred Chapter 669, Order of the Eastern Star, Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Sweet Home Masonic Temple. Also to be installed by George O. Stanley and his staff, preceding a reception, are associate matron, Laura M. Rusinski; associate patron, Hans G. Mueller; secretary, Janet G. Kraebel; treasurer, Elayne P. Merrill; conductress, Carol K. Moore; associate conductress, Patricia Smith; chaplain, Gertrude M. Smith; marshal, Jean M. Kraebel; assistant marshal, Margaret Bauer; historian, Vera Shandraw; musician, Donald C. Hamman; warder, Helen Hartmann; sentinel, Carol A. Van Schoonhoven; color bearer, Mr. Stanley; Adah, Ilse Mueller; Ruth, Kathryn Dorney; Esther, Iris D. Reese; Martha, Mary Bottomley; Electa, Barbara C. Lipton; trustee, three years, Nancy M. Stanley. United Methodist Women of Kenmore United Methodist Church will have a potluck luncheon Jan. 8 at 11:45 a.m. in the church. Angela Smith, Christian education coordinator at the church, will present a program.

Karen Lang will be hostess to Williams Mills Chapter of National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, in her home at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Members will give a playlet, "How Can I Become a Citizen?" Barbara Lang will be co-hostess.

Paula Bone, natural resources chairwoman for the Buffalo League of Women Voters, will give a talk, "Are We Dying From Dioxon?" when Orchard Park Garden Club meets Jan. 8 at noon in Orchard Park Presbyterian Church. She will discuss the use of chlorine to process pulp and the effect it has on the environment.

Sondra Wisby of Cobblestone House Florist, Ransomville, will show how to make a eucalyptus swag with bows when Wilson Garden Club meets at 7 p.m. Jan. 8 in Wilson Town Hall.

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