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Spotlight Committee of Shea's Center for the Performing Arts will have a membership kickoff meeting at 7 p.m. Monday in the theater.

Women bowlers of the Buffalo Club will open their season at a luncheon Tuesday in the clubhouse. Kaye West is chairwoman. Marjorie Lazar is secretary for the season and Helen Reilly is in charge of rules and the roster. Inez Wolfsohn is publicity chairwoman.

Mothers' Club of Buffalo will have a luncheon at noon Monday in Park Lane Restaurant, preceding a tour of the Pan-American Exposition exhibit at 2 p.m. in Buffalo and Erie County Historical Museum.

Kathy Perot has been installed to a two-year term as president of Buffalo Regional Doll Club. Also installed for two years are vice president, Monique Reding; recording secretary, Emily George; corresponding secretary, Dorothy Thomson; treasurer, Patricia Mayne. Marion Holland will present a program on handmade dolls when the club meets at 7:15 p.m. Monday 1 in Polish Falcon Club, Depew.

Buffalo Chapter 50 of Ikebana International will have a reception, guest day and a workshop conducted by Virginia Ortman, associate first degree master, at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in North Tonawanda Public Library.

Denise Reichard, historical dramatist, will give a portrayal of Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross, after a dessert buffet and meeting of United Methodist Women of Kenmore United Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the church.

Women's Association of Brookfield Country Club will have its closing golfers' dinner Wednesday in the clubhouse. Pat Terry and Liz Grader are chairwomen.

Clarence Book Club members will travel by bus to Rochester Wednesday to the Garden Restaurant for a review of "John Hancock" by Harlow Unger to be given by Ruth Rand Rapport before a luncheon. The group also will visit the Rochester Museum of science.