Chantry Island Cham-bette 'Cowgirls' chow down at the Outlaw
by Sandy Lindsay

May 5, 2016

Women Today

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The 'Cowgirls' of Chantry (a.k.a. Cham-bettes) chowed down at the Outlaw Brewery in Southampton


A new Cham-bettes Board
(L-R back) Immediate past-President Karen Shroeder, new President Sandy Howcroft, Karen Patterson (Secretary), Deb O'Donaghue (Treasurer) (L-R front) Connie Moss (V-P), Vi Campbell (Asst. Treasurer) & Darlene Welsh (Correspondence Secretary)

More than 55 Cham-bettes turned out for the installation of a new board at the Outlaw Brewery Co. in Southampton on Tuesday, May 3rd (2016).

Garbed in cowgirl gear, the Cham-bettes also recognized long-term members and the chosen Cham-bette of the Year.

Lori Johnston and Barb Mulhullond were recognized for 35 years of service as Cham-bettes, Rose Cutting and Carol Ann d'Andrea with 30 years and, with 25 years, were Gay Ashdown, Martha Bennett and Sandy Howcroft.

Cham-bette of the Year

Recipient Carol Ann d'Andrea (L) was awarded Cham-bette of the Year by immediate past-President Karen Shroeder

Returning from Florida is 'Kentuckian' Cherie Duhaime

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The Chantry Island Cham-bettes is a group of women from throughout the community that is prolific in its fundraising.  From a Christmas garage sale to the famous annual Christmas Home Tour, the group raises funds that all go back into community projects.

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