Jack and Jill of The Woodlands Holds Annual Installation Luncheon
Installation of New Members and New Executive Board
THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- The Woodlands chapter of Jack and Jill of America held their annual installation luncheon on Sunday, April 19, in the Hawthorne Room of the Woodlands Conference Center. The chapter recpgnized their distinguised mother, Nicole Moore and distinguished father, Mark Bergsrud for their hard work and dedication throughout the year.
The graduating seniors: Jamon Byas, Kenneth Curl, Kamille Coney, Andrew Jackson, Albert Myers, Alex Thomad, and Blake Washington were also honored. The guest speaker was Catherine Crisp-Martin, former two-term president of Jack and Jill of the Woodlands.
The high point of the afternoon was the installation of five new members: Dorothy Dixon; LaTrondria Brown; Tiffany Bates; Freda Knight; and Tiffany Goffney, and the new executive board: President Dana Rosser; Vice President Carol Parker; Program Director Felicia Caraway; Treasurer Theresa Earle; Corresponding Secretary Anya Nolen; Financial Secretary Julie Laroche; Editor Michelle Taylor; and Recording Secretary Gayle Pierce.
Jack and Jill of America is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering our youth to excel through leadership and service in our community.