The La Cañada Flintridge Orthopaedic Guild held its sustainers’ luncheon and meeting on March 6 at the home of Linda Labries. It was called to order by President Marie Baker.
Among the attendees was Caryl Petitt, an active LCFOG member since 1998. She is a former club president and is currently involved with the Orthopedic Institute for Children (OIC) and with the Charitable Children’s Guild of which LCFOG is an auxiliary.
The LCFOG raised $17,000 in 2013. At the meeting and luncheon, President Baker presented the check to the Charitable Children’s Guild to support the OIC. Barbara Murray, director of Volunteers Services at OCI, attended the luncheon and gave an informative and inspiring talk about OIC.
The LCFOG is already making plans for the annual LCFOG Book & Author Luncheon that will be held Oct. 28. This year’s fundraising efforts are being led by Ways and Means Chairman Arlene Massimino.
Submitted by Marilyn CABLE