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Mina Hibbard will review a book, "Maybe, Maybe Not" by Robert Fulghum, after a noon luncheon for Buffalo Federation of Women's Clubs Thursday in Fanny's restaurant. Maj. Arthur Carlson of the Salvation Army will speak during the morning session. Hostesses will be Patricia Hain, Mary Rose Simini and Mary Shields, members of the volunteer group of Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site. Federation members will be hostesses after a Lilian Fairchild Travel Talk, "Papua, New Guidea -- Where Masks Still Dance," Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. in Buffalo Museum of Science. Alice Henneberger is chairwoman.

Patricia Bax, nurse and education counselor, will speak on "Brighten Up Your Day With A Chuckle Or Two" at a luncheon of DeGraff Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Thursday at noon in Banchetti by Rizzo's restaurant. Jane Keil and Carol Wozniak are taking reservations. Reservations for the Christmas party Dec. 14 in Fanny's restaurant will be taken.

Buffalo District United Methodist Women will have its annual meeting and luncheon Sept. 30 at 9:30 a.m. in Christ United Methodist Church, Snyder. Barbara Bruce, director of programs at Rush United Methodist Church and director of CREATIVITY, a counseling program, will give a talk on how to recognize one's personal gifts and put them to good use. Ruth Whitehead is in charge of registration and luncheon reservations.

Liz Cash of Zonta Club of Hamburg-Orchard Park will report on the Zonta International convention this summer in Hawaii at a dinner for Zonta Club of Amherst Tuesday at 6 p.m. in Fanny's restaurant. Plans for the coming year, including a fashion show in October, will be discussed. Alice P. Russ is taking reservations.

Women's Committee of Orchard Park Symphony Orchestra will have its fall tour of homes Oct. 7 from 1 to 5 p.m. Five homes, including one restored after a fire, a 1980s house that incorporates old barn beams and a house redesigned by its architect-owner will be featured. Floral decorations will be donated by local florists and nurseries. Proceeds benefit the orchestra that is beginning its 51st season.

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