Greater Buffalo Hadassah will have an installation luncheon at noon June 30 in Sweet Melody's Authentic Italian Gelateria, 8455 Transit Road, East Amherst.
Sheree Mirochnik, president of the Upper Mid-Atlantic Region of Hadassah, will install Marion Greenberg as co-president and Nancy Greenberg as vice president. Mickey Savit will continue as co-president. Monika Katzel, area vice president and chapter adviser, will be a guest.
The cost is $16. For reservations, call Susan Bergman or Norma Rubin, event chairwomen, at 688-5260 by next Thursday.
Abigail Fillmore Chapter of National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, will meet at noon Friday at Erie Basin Marina to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the placing of the Historic Lake Erie Marker by the chapter in 1935.
Regent Doreen Cesari will present the chapter's Community Service Award to Ann Koeptel of West Seneca for her dedication to youth in the community.
Western New York Federation of Women's Clubs will have a board meeting Saturday at Glen Iris Inn, Letchworth State Park, Castile, starting with a coffee hour at 10 a.m. A luncheon will follow the business meeting, during which a calendar for 2011 will be planned. Club members in Wyoming and Allegany counties are invited. Linda Momberger, Wyoming County chairwoman, is taking reservations at (585) 493-2028.
Lorraine Serra will be the guest speaker and vocalist at the Red Hat Fashion Show luncheon of the Stonecroft Christian Women's Ministries and Northtowns Christian Women's Connection at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in Fanny's restaurant, Amherst. The talk is titled "From A Hard Day's Night to a New Beginning." Fashions will be provided by Bonworth. Cost is $16. For reservations, call Martha at 693-6054 or Patty at 691-4142. Public is invited.
The Buffalo Federation of Women's Clubs will serve refreshments to new citizens of the United States and guests following a naturalization ceremony at 9 a.m. July 1 aboard the USS Little Rock at the Buffalo & Erie County Naval and Military Park. The Chopin Singing Society will provide music. Dorothy Mallow is chairwoman of the event.