ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER OF TRI KAPPA
The Alpha Omega Chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa met at 6 p.m. at Sugar Ridge Cafe for dinner with the scholarship winners on Aug. 6. After the scholarship winners ate they told the group where they were going to attend college and then they were dismissed.
President Kim Carter called the regular meeting to order.
Theresa Underwood took roll call and read the minutes from the June meeting. Ashley Tucker gave the treasurer's report. Meganne Holley read the correspondence.
Project committee reports were given next. Bingo was reported on by Mindy Noble. Mindy said the date for bingo has been set for Thursday, Sept. 27, at Kennedy Crossing. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and play will start at 6 p.m.
Advance sell tickets will be $15 and $20 at the door. Please bring tickets and money to the next meeting. Mindy said she has 27 door prizes already and all the Longaberger baskets have been purchased.
The next project to be discussed was our annual pecans and nut sell. Kim is wanting to give the group the option of selling candles and or nuts this year.
The meeting was adjourned and the closing verse was recited.
The last meeting was held Sept. 10 at the Presbyterian Church, minutes soon to follow.
The Longaberger Basket Bingo will be Sept. at Kennedy's Crossing. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door.
Lots of door prizes and food! Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and play will begin at 6 p.m. Only those 18 older are allowed to PLAY! See any Tri Kappa member for tickets or questions or contact Ashley at 812-605-0519.
Tri Kappa Associate Chapter
The Tri Kappa Associate Chapter met on Monday, Sept. 10, 2007, at the First United Methodist Church in Traylor Hall.
Following a delicious meal, the meeting was opened by President Susie Freeman. Veda Bussing, Julie Houston, and Diane Reynolds were welcomed into the chapter.
Kim Stearly presented the budget which was approved for the new year. Roll call and minutes of the previous meeting was read by Recording Sec. Marsha Wyndham.
Kim Stearley gave the treasurer's report. New program inserts were passed out and updated.
A thank you note was read from Rosemary Campbell representing the Humane Shelter for the donation and continued support our chapter has given.
Hostess duties were explained. The chapter received several certificates from the State Convention, which included State Philanthropy Donation Certificate, Gifted & Talented Fun, Memorial Fund, Mental Health Certificate, State Scholarship Endowment Fund, and A Gold Level certificate from Charters & Chapters.
Sandy Henderson, Susie Freeman, Kim Stearley and Marsha Wyndham were hostesses.
The next meeting will be Oct. 1 with Linda Easton, Elaine Stephens, Kathy Bell, and Sue Goshen hostessing.
Susie Freeman gave a review of the cross Keys. Teresa McCullough and Dabren Brown won the silent auction items.
WASHINGTON TWP. CIRCLE CLUB
The Washington Township Circle Club met on Thursday, Sept. 15, at 1:25 p.m. at the home of Wilma Rich.
Judy England called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance and the club creed were repeated in unison.
Judy gave devotions "Expect the Unexpected" and then gave prayer.
Mary Lou Coley led us in singing "School Days" and a reading of "We fixed everything."
Citizenship lesson by Wilma was about Clay Co. in 1825 being named after Henry Clay.
Roll call was answered by telling of a note or experience you sent of received, by six members.
The secretary report by Rosalind and the treasurer report by Doris Romas were approved. Collections were taken.
Mary Lou or Lucy will go for the lesson "Transparent Tape, It's Many Uses."
Discussion about making dog pillows for county projects were discussed.
Wilma gave the lesson "Household Pests and Pesticides", with handouts.
Linda Scheile became a new member. Lucy Spelbring was present.
We closed with singing the club prayer. Judy won the door prize.
Delicious refreshment were served and social time was enjoyed.
The next meeting will be Oct. 11 at 11 a.m. at the Bowling Green Lodge parking lot, to go to Spencer to eat and on to the Amish grocery, south of Spencer.
VAN BUREN HOMEMAKERS
The Van Buren Homemakers met on Sept. 19 at the Baptist Church.
Betty Howard was the hostess for our lunch. Evelyn Nevins returned thanks.
The president opened the meeting with the Club Creed. Leah Rae McMichael gave devotions, reading a poem titled 'ASAP' meaning Always Say A Prayer. It was very good.
Virginia Phillips gave the citizenship lesson on Clay County, Indiana. She told of the first court house being in Bowling Green, until the present court house was built on National Avenue.
There were seven members present for roll call. Song of the month "School Days" was sung. Happy Birthday to Myrna Schrader and Happy Anniversary to Evelyn.
The secretary and the treasurer gave their reports. A donation was taken up for the flower fund. Cards were sent to Frances Summers and Marietta Slack.
Evelyn gave out information she received at the council meeting. The ice cream wagon made a nice profit at the fair.
Indiana Homemakers Week is Oct. 23 at the 4-H Fairgrounds. The Melody Makers will sing.
September and October are great for walking and certificates can be earned for members participating and their clubs.
A puppy dog pillow is the Christmas project this year.
Leah Rae gave the leader lesson "Fruit and Vegetable Safety."
The meeting was closed with the club prayer.
The next meeting will be Oct. 17 at Myrna Schrader's home.