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Club News 10-28-08

Monday, October 27, 2008

Tri Kappa

The Associate Chapter of Tri Kappa met Monday, Oct. 6, at the First United Methodist Church in Trayler Hall. After a delicious meal prepared by the Sarah Circle of the church, the meeting opening verse.

Roll was called with 19 members present. Recording Secretary Marsha Wyndham read the minutes of the Sept. 8 meeting. Kim Stearley gave the treasure's report. There were no bills presented. Vice President Sandy Henderson sent cards to Ruthann Jeffries, Kim Stearley, and Dorothy Snell.

Kathy Witham volunteered to deliver the items collected for the Humane Society.

President Freeman explained some of the different items that were brought up at the Province Convention in September. Mary Anne Gossett and Freeman attended the one day meeting.

The State Convention will be April 17-19 at the Marriot East in Indianapolis. One of the by-law changes to be voted on will be to do away with the Province Workshop.

The program was given by Susie Freeman. She told how being a Riley Hospital patient from 1945 until 1963. Susie passed around pictures of the various casts and braces she wore.

She thinks Riley Hospital is one of the best in the nation. I would recommend this hospital to anyone who has a child with any kind of problems.

Thank you to tonight's committee: Gail Williams, Kathy Bell, and Cheryl Love.

The next meeting will be held on Nov. 3 at the Brazil Library. Hostesses will be Luann Grey, Margie Cauldwell, Sue Goshen, Delores Thomas and Marsh Wyndham.

Washington Township Circle Club

The Washington TWP Circle Club met Thurs. Oct. 9, at 1 p.m. at the Lacey Spelbring home.

President Doris called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance and club creed repeated in unison and Jerry England gave devotions "Life's Little Blessings" by Thomas Kincade.

Roll call was answered by telling your most memoirist covered bridge expression by seven members.

Secretary report by Rosiland and Treasures by Doris both approved.

The health and safety lesson given by Jody England about milk and chemical melcamine that China had put in for babies. Melcamine is not to be used in food products.

Linda Schiele gave the citizenship lesson about Hannah Hoes Van Buren, Pres Martin Van Buren's wife.

Linda led us in singing "Brother John."

Doris gave reports on activities, ideas for lessons next year.

Homemakers week is Oct. 28 6:30 p.m. at the 4H Fairgrounds Sue Berg will be the speaker.

Linda gave a very good lesson on reading labels, handouts were given.

Brenda Gunthensburger was also present.

Wilma Rich had social activities, several humerous readings and quotes from readers digest.

Next meeting at the home of Doris Romas Nov. 13, at 10 a.m.

She will have a lesson on "Beans." We will be stuffing Scotty Dogs and Beans.

Delicious refreshments were served and a social time enjoyed.

Closed singing Homemakers prayer.

Extension Homemakers Club

Come help the Clay County Extension Homemakers celebrate Indiana Homemakers week, Oct. 28, 6:30 p.m. held at the Clay County Fair Grounds.

Jean Rowing, chairman of the event extends an invitation to all.

You don't have to be a member to attend this event, open to anybody and for more information call Jean at (765) 653-6053.

Our guest speaker will be Sue Berg. Sue presents a lesson, "Mugims-Recipes in a Mug."

Bring your friends and family for a fun and educational evening. Refreshments will be served.

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