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St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Women Plan Pre-Lenten Dinner, February 1969

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Women Plan Pre-Lenten Dinner, February 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 15, 1969
Caption
Dinner Preparations Underway The women of the Philoptochos Society of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church are preparing for their Pre-Lenten dinner which will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Feb. 23 at the church. The dinner is held annually by the group to raise funds to support their various charity activities. The cost of the dinner is $2.50 per person. Beginning the preparations are (left to right) Mrs. Bella Collins, Mrs. Peter Collins, Mrs. Gus Vitogiannis, Mrs. Steven Vaniades, Mrs. Gethesmane Theodoridou and Mrs. William Skinner.

Philoptochos Society Members Making Greek Pastries For Bake Sale at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, April 1968

Philoptochos Society Members Making Greek Pastries For Bake Sale at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, April 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1968
Caption
Greek Pastry Experts Two members of the Philoptochos Society of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church combine their talents to prepare Greek pastries for the group's bake sale to be held Friday and Saturday. Mrs. William G. Skinner (left) and Mrs. Peter C. Kokales busy themselves preparing rich pastries such as Karedopeta (Walnut Cake) and Koulourakia (Buttern Cookies).

Mr. and Mrs. Skinner With Their Enormous Squash Vine, Aug 1969

Mr. and Mrs. Skinner With Their Enormous Squash Vine, Aug 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1969
Caption
Jack, builder of big beanstalks, could have reached new heights with this zucchini squash vine grown by Mr. and Mrs. William Skinner of 1506 Brooklyn. Planted from seed in June, it now extends over 20 feet with elephant-ear leaves that can nearly serve as beach umbrellas. One might expect giant vegetables; however, Skinner says the vine is able only to muster up squashes a few inches in diameter which quickly die. Baffled by what they brought about, the Skinners "just enjoy looking at it."