A bunny-lovin’ good time

Southwest Life

A bunny-lovin’ good time

When a new book comes out, the authors are in full-promotion mode. Alyce Bonura, right, was Playboy Bunny mother in the 1960s. Her sister, Tekla Miller, and she just released a book about the experience, as she shares stories from it with Lee Yaseen, left, and Kathy Tonnessen at the Tuesday Literary Club’s fall picnic.
Sue Griffith’s grilled vegetables were just some of summer’s bounty on the menu at Tuesday Literary Club’s fall picnic at the home of Suzanne Zerbe on Aug. 26.
Members and guests of Tuesday Literary Club mingle and start filling plates at the overflowing table of potluck offerings at the club’s annual fall picnic, which was held Aug. 26 at the home of Suzanne Zerbe.

A bunny-lovin’ good time

When a new book comes out, the authors are in full-promotion mode. Alyce Bonura, right, was Playboy Bunny mother in the 1960s. Her sister, Tekla Miller, and she just released a book about the experience, as she shares stories from it with Lee Yaseen, left, and Kathy Tonnessen at the Tuesday Literary Club’s fall picnic.
Sue Griffith’s grilled vegetables were just some of summer’s bounty on the menu at Tuesday Literary Club’s fall picnic at the home of Suzanne Zerbe on Aug. 26.
Members and guests of Tuesday Literary Club mingle and start filling plates at the overflowing table of potluck offerings at the club’s annual fall picnic, which was held Aug. 26 at the home of Suzanne Zerbe.
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