Zena & Joan Brovins Prepare For Ukrainian Themed Brunch At The Ann Arbor Women's City Club, April 1968
Ann Arbor News, April 13, 1968
Dressed in authentic costumes, Mrs. Walter G. Brovins and her daughter, Joan, survey linens and ceramics from Ukraine as they get in the spirit for the annual Easter brunch which will unfold tomorrow at the Ann Arbor Women's City Club. Mrs. Brovins is chairman of the brunch, which this year will have a Ukrainian theme.
Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1967
Ready For Easter Parade Following church and the Easter parade, about 350 Ann Arborites will join friends at the annual holiday brunch at the Women's City Club Sunday. Martha Ideson (left) has been assisting on a family committee arranging the event. She describes plans for the brunch with expected guests, Mrs. L. Thomas Conlin and her children (left to right), Steven Christopher and Ann. It is being held for the fourth year.
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Connie Gibbon and Ethan Allen “Al” Stewart were married on August 31, 1948 in East Orange, New Jersey. Al had just completed his BA at MIT. They moved to Indiana for his job at Procter & Gamble. Within a few years Al started working for Ford Motor Company’s Saline plant and the couple moved to Ann Arbor. They had three children: Carol, Connie, and James. Connie organized a cooperative preschool with neighborhood mothers, and later in life she volunteered for Planned Parenthood, including serving as temporary director. They moved to Glacier Hills Retirement Community in 2004, and then Rochester, Minnesota to be closer to their son James. Al passed away on April 22, 2014.
Connie and Ethan Stewart were interviewed by students from Skyline High School in Ann Arbor in 2008 as part of the Legacies Project.