Past Events 2022

May 18         Valley Vettes Ladies luncheon

11:30 seating with 12:00 noon ordering our meals at Angles Restaurant in Appleton WI. We had twelve enjoyable ladies with plenty of laughter to go around the table. There was a delightful visit from some special longtime members of the Valley Vettes Club Dick and Carol Rank,we heard that they eat at the Angel Restaurant often.The service was outstanding.They had us in a semi-portion room off to the side of the building, which worked out great for us. I believe everyone had a good meal with large portions for most of us.Our Sue Meyer treated us with some sweets at the end of our meal. Thank You Sue!

A Big Heartfelt Thanks to Lyn Kaphingst and Joyce Allen who helped in the planning of this event while Greg and I were on our vacation in Aruba.

THANKS, to all of you who made it to this event it made my day!!


Sharon Ziegler

March 31      Ladies Activity

Five ladies enjoyed lunch and great conversation at Greenes Pour House in Neenah.   We are all looking forward to more lunches in the months to come.  


March 12      Winter Festival  “Soup’s On”


Our event was held at the Town of Center, Black Creek, Wisconsin.  Approximately 30 members joined in for the event.

I would like to thank TerryLee, Rochelle, Debbie and Val with helping to make this event a success with the delicious soups they contributed.  We had Italian Minestrone and Meat Ball, Split Pea, White Chicken Chili, regular Chili and Chicken & Spaetzle (dumplings).  The soups were enjoyed by all.  Many came back for refills on the different soups.

 I would like to thank all the members who attended, and brought a delicious dish to pass.  Diane Blessing had an assortment of appetizers, which were delicious.  A large flower made out of squares of cheese and a pepperoni sombrero.  Needless to say, the dessert table was overwhelmed with yummy desserts.  John Melger brought a sheet cake with Valley Vettes on.  It was delicious. I would like to thank Rochelle & John for getting us background music played by four young men.  They did a fine job.  Everyone had fun mingling and talking. Gary had set up a Remembrance Board with information about the passing of various members through the years.  He also brought in photo albums of various years.  Members enjoyed going through the books and reminiscing about past times and members. If anyone has pictures they would like to donate, please have year and event on and they will be put in the books. Thank you all for attending the Soup’s on and helping to make the event a success.  Also, a big thank you for everyone who helped to clean up after the event was finished.

Soups On!