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Newcomers Club Raises Over $4,000 For The Glen Ellyn Food Pantry

Pictured from left to right: Sarah Tuscher, Ruthie Wood, Susan Papierski, Susan Woods, and Diana Laufenberg.  Glen Ellyn Newcomers Celebration of Tables committee presenting the donation to Susan Papierski of the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry.
Pictured from left to right: Sarah Tuscher, Ruthie Wood, Susan Papierski, Susan Woods, and Diana Laufenberg. Glen Ellyn Newcomers Celebration of Tables committee presenting the donation to Susan Papierski of the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry.

Submitted by the Glen Ellyn Newcomers Club. 

On March 15, 2014, the Glen Ellyn Newcomers Club hosted its 3rd annual community and charity event “A Celebration of Tables". The event successfully raised over $4,000 for the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry.

The Glen Ellyn Food Pantry is a non-profit ecumenical organization that serves thousands of people every year who need food assistance in the communities of Carol Stream, Glendale Heights, Glen Ellyn, Lisle, Lombard, and Wheaton. When presented with the money, the Executive Director of the Food Pantry, Susan Papierski, reported the donation will help in the Pantry's much needed purchase of a large commercial sized freezer and refrigerator. 

Diana Laufenberg, Co-Chairwoman of the event and former Newcomers' President said "The annual "A Celebration of Tables" event embodies everything about Newcomers, our welcoming spirit and hospitality. 

It was a perfect partnership to donate the proceeds to those most in need in our community through the Glen Ellyn Food Pantry. The event is not only a wonderful way to see lovely entertaining and decorating ideas, but is also a great way for the community to get to know our club."

"A Celebration of Tables" showcases themed Tablescapes, formal to fun and whimsical to worldly, styled by Newcomer members. This event gets bigger and better each year and this year was no exception as there were more tables than ever before and it was attended by over 200 people. 

Glen Ellyn Newcomers is a social organization founded in 1952 for the purpose of welcoming people new to Glen Ellyn and the immediate vicinity.  The club hosts a variety of social and philanthropic activities throughout the year.  For more information about welcoming socials and club activities, visit www.glenellnynecomers.org, call 630.225.5094, or follow us on Facebook.

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