New members of the Seminary Tea Committee were inducted at the Racquet Club in Portland. Front row: Tina Klassy-Coleman, Janet Miller, Judith Winczewski and Jody McDonald. Back row: Julie Arndorfer, Sharon Miadich, Carole Laughlin, Lisa Anderson and Mary Beth O’Donnell (not pictured: Laurie Cuffe-Kelley)

New members of the Seminary Tea Committee were inducted at the Racquet Club in Portland. Front row: Tina Klassy-Coleman, Janet Miller, Judith Winczewski and Jody McDonald. Back row: Julie Arndorfer, Sharon Miadich, Carole Laughlin, Lisa Anderson and Mary Beth O’Donnell (not pictured: Laurie Cuffe-Kelley)

The Seminary Tea Committee in February welcomed 10 new members at its annual New Members Coffee, held at the Racquet Club in Portland. 

The committee holds an annual tea that supports the education of Archdiocese of Portland seminarians. 

Each new committee member is distinguished for service in community, parish and family life. Leaders say each brings talents, skills, enthusiasm and commitment that will ensure the committee’s tradition and mission.  

Here are the new members:

• Tina Klassy-Coleman of Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Lake Oswego, who works in advertising sales at KGW

• Janet Miller of The Madeleine Parish in Northeast Portland, a retired nurse

• Judith Winczewski of St. Cecilia Parish in Beaverton, a retired teacher

• Jody McDonald of The Madeleine Parish, retired

• Julie Arndorfer of Our Lady of the Lake Parish, a community volunteer

• Sharon Miadich of Our Lady of the Lake, a retired high school teacher

• Carole Laughlin of St. Francis Parish in Sherwood, a homemaker and mother of a seminarian

• Lisa Anderson of St. Juan Diego in Northwest Portland, accountant

• Mary Beth O’Donnell of The Madeleine, retired and niece of Benedictine Father Ambrose Zenner, prior at Mount Angel Abbey who in the 1960s was assigned to relocate to Cuernavaca, Mexico, to build a seminary, which he ran for 10 years. Her other uncle, Father Ed Zenner, died in 1976 while presiding at St. Rose Church in Portland.

• Laurie Cuffe-Kelley of St. Thomas More Parish in Southwest Portland, president and chief development officer for Providence Foundations in Oregon

The 82nd annual Archbishop’s Seminary Tea is set from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, at the Portland Golf Club. For more information, call Mary Kay Beaudoin at 503-297-2994 or click here