A member who has performed meritorious service may be declared an honorary member. An honorary member will not be required to pay dues but will not have a vote. A member of long standing who has performed meritorious service, may be declared a life member. A life meter will retain her active status, but will pay no dues.
The name of a member who has performed meritorious service may, by a two-thirds consent of the MWC Board of Managers, be place on the State Honor Roll. The name of a member who is on the Honor Roll and continues to perform meritorious service may, by a two-thirds consent of the Board of Managers, be placed on the State Order of the Lily.
Two members of the MillvilleWoman's Club received special recognition at the club's final meeting of the year. Betty Aleshire was named volunteer of the Year and Barbara Westog, Woman of the Year. Both women contributed many hours of service to the club's community projects. President Pat Moore also identified three members she said deserved to be honored: Diann Ewan, third vice president, who filled in for the president while she was away; Patti Kears, treasurer, whom Moore called "our treasure"; and Pam McNamee, outgoing president, who has bee Moore's "role model," she said. Club meetings will resume in September,
Pam McNamee, awards chairwoman, left, presents the Volunteer of theYear award to Betty Aleshire.
Barbara Westog, center displays her Woman of the Year award presented by the club at the final meeting of the club year. To the left is Pam McNamee, awards chairwoman, and to the right is President Pat Moore.