Monthly Archives: November 2007
The Nebraska Society of Mayflower Descendants Officers and Board of Assistants
Governor – Charles W. Davis
Deputy Governor – Glayda Scofield
Secretary – Charles L. (Rob) Robinson
Treasurer – Dorothy Munson
Historian – Martin W. Beerman
Edler – Jerry McInnis
Counselor – Rob Laughlin
Public Relations – Tom Masters
Pilgrim News Editor – Karen Saunders
Board of Assistants
Betty Rejda (2010)
Rita Lipps (2010)
Lyla Hergert (2009)
John Reinert (2009)
Todd Morse (2009)
Ann Reinert (2008)
Judy Moore (2008)
DiAnna Schimek (2008)
Spring Meeting – Sunday, April 27, Marriott Hotel, Omaha.
Summer Event – Saturday, July 12, Mahoney State Park, Ashland.
Annual Meeting & Thanksgiving Dinner – Sunday, Nov. 23, The Knolls, Lincoln.
Historian General Ann Lainhart will be featured on the National Public Radio program “Here and Now” on Thanksgiving Day. Here & Now’s Shannon Mullen visits the General Society in Plymouth, Mass., to find out what it takes to get into this “exclusive club whose members can prove they are direct descendents of the 102 pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock nearly four centuries ago.”
Many public radio stations air this program; others do not. To see what stations broadcast “Here and Now,” click here.
XM satellite radio subscribers can hear the program at 11 a.m. (CT) on XM 133.
If your local public radio station doesn’t carry the program (no stations in Nebraska or Iowa do), you can listen to the online podcast, after it airs, by clicking here.
Wilhelmina Ruth (Conklin) Denney
May 19, 1920 – Nov. 15, 2007
A descendant of Pilgrim William White, she joined the Nebraska Society in 1970.
The Nebraska Society of Mayflower Descendants Board of Assistants meet prior to the Annual Meeting on Sunday, Nov. 18 beginning at 11:30 a.m. at the Knolls Country Club, 2201 Old Cheney Road, Lincoln. All board members are urged to attend.
The Nebraska Society of Mayflower Descendants Annual Meeting and Thanksgiving Dinner is Sunday, Nov. 18 at 1 p.m. at Lincoln’s Knolls Country Club, 2201 Old Cheney Road.
Bob Ripley, architect and Capitol Administrator, is the featured speaker. His keynote will focus on current restoration and preservation projects in and around the state capitol building.
Cost is $18. Send checks to Dorothy Munson, Treasurer, 941 North 67th St., Lincoln, NE 68505, before Nov. 14.