BLOSSOM WOMEN'S UNITLocal women are reminded of the Aurora Blossom Women's Committee's spring luncheon June 13 at 11:30 a.m. at Aurora Golf and Country Club.A raffle for Blossom tickets, a picnic with wine for eight and four Porthouse Theater tickets with boxed dinners and wine will be conducted.Dr. Rose Breckenridge will be the guest speaker. She will talk about the Blossom's July 14 opening concert. She lectures for the Cleveland Orchestra's music study groups and administers an adult educational program.She also is one of the preview lecturers for the subscription concerts at Severance Hall, inside home of the Cleveland Orchestra. She received her Ph.D. in music from Case Western Reserve University.The luncheon is open to ABWC members, guests and other individuals who appreciate fine music and are interested in supporting the Blossom Music Center and Cleveland Orchestra.The price of a ticket is $25. A cash bar and valet service will be available.For reservations, call Laverne McCullough at 330-995-4563. For membership information, call Clare Frattare at 440-543-3915.SONS OF REVOLUTIONAurora resident Richard Fetzer has been elected as president of the Ohio Society of Sons of the American Revolution for 2007.He will lead the Ohio group and its 1,423 members. He said his major goals in-clude making the programs of the group more visible throughout the state and to forge closer associations of other patriotic organizations statewide.Fetzer, who is a past president of the Western Reserve Society of the Sons, recently retired after serving the Cleveland area in the banking industry for 42 years.THE WOMEN'S COUNCILDonations of items for the annual Day in the Country are being sought by the Women's Council of Hiram College. The event will be June 13 at Kennedy Center at Hiram College.Through Day in the Country, the Women's Council raises money to provide scholarships to students and funding of special projects for Hiram College. Several members of the group live in Aurora.Being sought are items such as homemade cookies, cakes, pies, plants and planters, yarn, fabric, jewelry, attic treasures and Chinese and silent auction items.A luncheon at the event will be at 11 a.m. at a cost of $15 per person. Mail checks with number in a party to Mary Dimick, 670 Eggleston Road, Aurora 44202.Donations can be taken to the Kennedy Center ballroom June 11 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or June 12 starting at 9 a.m. For details, call Jane Dye at 330-569-5359.BIRTH ANNOUNCMENTSAurorans Betty and Luther McCoy are great-grandparents of David Luther Ungar, who arrived April 26 at Robinson Memorial Hospital, weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces.He is the son of Jessica Ungar and David Sheller of Garretsvville.Grandparents are David T. and Dorothy Sheller of Garrettsville, and Janie Ungar of Travelers Rest, S.C., and John Ungar of Warren.Other great-grandparents are David and Ginger Sheller of Garrettsville and Bill and Hazel Case of Mantua.Aurorans Amanda (Herrage) Spires and Lewis Spires are the parents of Sarah Ashley Spires, who was born May 8 at Robinson Memorial Hopsital in Ravenna. Maternal grandparents are Steve and Patti Herrage of Aurora.BUSINESS NETWORKThe Aurora Borealis chapter of Business Network International welcomed Lynette and Roy Squires as new members recently.They are owners of Picture This Inc., which creates unique keepsakes from a favorite photo or portrait. The firm also can produce products for use as company promotional items.BNI has 23 chapters in Northeast Ohio. Members teach other members about their businesses through a weekly chapter meeting.The local chapter meets Fridays at 7:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. For details, call George Smith at 330-963-0350 or Mike Tinlin at 330-562-6188 or visit OF THE VFWDistrict 8 Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet June 3 at Mineral Ridge VFW Post 4192 in Mineral Ridge.The meeting will begin with a breakfast from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Registration will take place from 7:30 a.m. to noon and the meeting is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Nominations and election of officers for 2007-08 will take place. The group encourages all members to attend. Installation of the new officers will follow.District 8 comprises the counties of Portage, Summit, Mahoning and Trumbull.