Glendora Police Chief Lisa Rosales To Speak At Glendora Woman’s Club

January, 30, 2018
by Joan Hallidy

GLENDORA—-Glendora Police Chief Lisa Rosales will be the guest speaker at the Glendora Woman’s Club’s luncheon-meeting on January 2.  She will be presenting a  program titled “The Challenges of Law Enforcement, said program vice president Helen Storland.

The Woman’s Club meeting day will begin at 10:30 a.m. with a social time, followed by the business meeting at 11:00 a.m., said club President Chris Lear. The luncheon by Ritz Catering, scheduled around noontime, will be followed by the program by Police Chief Rosales.

A regular feature at each club meeting is the Members’ Participation Art Display that features a different theme each meeting, said committee member Susan Lepkojus. This month’s theme is Hobbies and members are encouraged to share an item from home to display.

Chief Rosales
Chief Rosales

One of the club’s ongoing service projects each month is the donation of nonperishable food items by clubmembers for Shepherd’s Pantry, said project chair Gloria Liddle. Located in Glendora, the Pantry serves families in need in 10 area cities, and donations are always appreciated.

The Glendora Woman’s Club has a special arrangement with the New Unto Others Thrift Store, located at 175 N. Vermont Avenue, said ways and means vice president Joy Martau. When clubmembers and community residents donate saleable useable items or make purchases at the store and mention the Glendora Woman’s Club name at the time, the Woman’s Club will receive credit.  This special arrangement replaces the club’s Annual Rummage Sales held previously at the clubhouse, said Mrs. Martau.

For information about membership, service projects, or special events call Patty at 909-929-0684:

For information about renting the clubhouse or hall for a special event or meeting, call Ryan at Ritz Catering at 909-592-1130. The clubhouse is located at 424 N. Glendora Avenue in Glendora.

Glendora Police Chief Lisa Rosales in scheduled to speak at the Glendora Woman’s Club’s luncheon-meeting on Tuesday, January 2.  Her presentation is titled “The Challenges of Law Enforcement.”