2014 Annual Meeting

LDE 2014 Annual Meeting and Dinner Report
By Julie Chernoff

The skies were intermittently stormy, but there was nothing but sunshine inside the The Racquet Club of Chicago on Monday, June 16 for the LDE Chicago Chapter Annual Dinner.

Outgoing President Jen Lamplough, LDEI First VP Lori Willis, Incoming President Julie Chernoff

Outgoing President Jen Lamplough, LDEI First VP Lori Willis, Incoming President Julie Chernoff

The great news kept coming: Roberti Community House as our new Community Service Project; a glowing Treasurer’s Report with the amazing results of Swank-a-Licious! fundraiser; the recognition of our hardworking, outgoing Board members and Past Presidents; the approval and introduction of our incoming Board; and the induction of 5 new Dames (Elizabeth Donovan, Mary Kay Gill, Kimberly Allen Hack, Roisin Hannerty, and Marsha Nelson Pesavento), and the reinstatement of two returning members (Dames Amy Morton and Terri Walman). Special guest Dame Lori Willis, St. Louis Chapter and 1st VP LDEI, also joined us for the evening. Welcome, all!

Returning and New Members: Amy Morton, Marsha Pesavento,  Mary Kay Gill, Kim Hack, Elizabeth Donovan, Terri Wallman. Roisin Hannerty was not able to attend.

Returning and New Members: Amy Morton, Marsha Pesavento, Mary Kay Gill, Kim Hack, Elizabeth Donovan, Terri Wallman. Roisin Hannerty was not able to attend.

Special thanks to Dame Shannon Kinsella, who produced the evening along with Past President Jen Lamplough—and also to Dame Melissa Lehman Zorio and her wonderful staff at the Racquet Club of Chicago—for a lovely evening.

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