Women’s Club of Federal Way recognizes members in the 90-plus club

The 90-plus club

At its May luncheon, the Women’s Club of Federal Way recognized its members who are 90 years or older. Those recognized were: back row from left, Sara Talley, Charmaine Gorrie, Mary Lowman and Irene Graham; front row from left, Betty Duryee, Terry Petersen, Selma McGuire, Sono Bergert and Lorraine Hicks. Not picture were Ruby Templeman and Runa Thompson. The Women’s Club of Federal Way meets every third Wednesday of the month. For more information, or to reserve a spot at the luncheon, call 253-927-2766. Courtesy photo

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