Mattke to speak at Stonecroft luncheon
Diane Mattke will tell about the Life Flight she took from Fort Dodge to Rochester, Minn., at the next Stonecroft Women’s Connection at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 26 at Tea Thyme, 2021 Sixth Ave. S. Cost is $10.
Mattke’s talk is titled “The Journey God Took Me On.” Diane and Steve Mattke are parents of two sons in college and she serves as a para-educator in the Fort Dodge Schools.
Special music will be provided by Paul Tompkins, a leading violinist in the Fort Dodge Symphony and one of the instructors at the McSweeny’s School of the Performing Arts.
Reservations are required. Call Connie Gilbert, 832-6848 or Danielle Rogers, 571-1100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday to reserve and request free child care. The next brunch will be March 26.