Ebell Clubhouse Confab

| February 9, 2017 | 1 Comment
Sisters Carole and Daphne Brogdon with daughter Vivien Peel and Linda Dean serve savory bites to Ebell members yesterday at the Clubhouse Confab

Sisters Carole and Daphne Brogdon with Daphne’s daughter Vivien Peel and Linda Dean serve savory bites to Ebell members in the clubhouse’s wood-paneled library.

Ebell members gathered in the club’s cozy, wood paneled library yesterday afternoon for a “Clubhouse Confab.” The informal gathering drew dozens of of the club’s 400 or so members to reconnect and chat about national and neighborhood goings on.

The “confab” concept was the brainchild of membership VP Linda Dean, Kristan Giordano and Yeni Alvarez DeCarlo and Ebell Membership Director Meredyth Deighton, who drafted the charming Brogdon sisters, Carole and Daphne, to host.  The turnout exceeded everyone’s expectations.



If this looks like fun to you, the Ebell welcomes you to learn more about membership in the historic club. Built in 1927, the Ebell clubhouse is an historic architectural treasure of our neighborhood. The Ebell club was founded in 1894, when women’s social clubs were forming around the country to offer women social, educational and cultural opportunities. The history of the Ebell is all the more fascinating because it continues to evolve in the present. (Full disclosure: Liz Fuller and I are both members!)

The cost of membership is modest, under $300 annually. Almost all the Ebell programs are open to non-members, but why not consider joining and become part of the Ebell. Contact Meredyth Deighton at meredyth@ebelloflosangeles.com for more information on joining the Ebell.


Sharon Lawrence and Amy Sinclair

Jan Perry, Daphne Brogdon and daughter Vivien Peel and Carole Brogdon

Former City Council member Jan Perry, Daphne Brogdon and daughter Vivien Peel, and Carole Brogdon

About Patricia Lombard

Patricia Lombard is the co-editor and publisher of the Larchmont Buzz. Patty lives with her family in Fremont Place. She has been active in neighborhood issues since moving here in 1989. Her pictorial history, "Larchmont" for Arcadia Press is available at Chevalier's Books.

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  1. Patty, you capture the spirit of the night so well. Great fun, great group of woman.

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