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Club News 2-20-09

Thursday, February 19, 2009

TRI KAPPA

The Alpha Omega Chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa met at 6:30 p.m., Feb. 2, 2009 at Jennifer Cook's home. President Kim Carter called the meeting to order, followed by the opening song and verse. Theresa Underwood took roll call and read the minutes of the January meeting. Ashley Tucker gave the treasurer's report.

The report was accepted as read, there were no bills to be paid. The Home Tour committee turned in another $15 in profit.

Meganne Holley read a note from "We wish you well" group at Northview. The group wants us to donate a gift that will be handed out at a program on April 1. The program is for all the seniors before they graduate. Theresa made a motion to buy a $25 US Nail gift certificate and Mandy seconded the motion.

Standing committee reports were given. Little Perks did not have any birthday or anniversaries to recognize for February. The telephone committee will remind everybody to bring a college gift for the goody baskets at the next meeting.

Project committee reports were given next. Kim Carter talked about the upcoming dance project. Kim said the dance will be at the Elks Club on March 7. The theme is a Luau with dress being casual, Hawaiian shirts, dresses, capri pants and flip flops. The cost will be $20 a person with dinner included of pulled pork and all the trimmings. The band is called Just Us. The dance committee needs everybody to get organizations/companies in town to donate a silent auction gifts. The committee passed out five tickets to each member to sell.

New Business: New member forms need completed and brought to the next meeting so they can be read in March. Larissa will drop off scholarship forms to the high school and she will pick up the legacy names at the high school office. The nomination committee will work on the vacant offices and bring the names to the next meeting. Tri Kappa State convention is April 17-19. Kim Carter and Larissa Goshen will attend.

The next meeting will be March 2, with the location to be announced. The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m. and the closing verse was recited.

WASHINGTON TWP CIRCLE CLUB

The Washington Twp. Circle Club met on Thursday, Feb. 12 at Doris Romas home. 'She called the meeting to order at 1 p.m. All members wore red for Valentine's Day.

The Pledge of Allegiance and club creed were repeated in unison.

Martha McKenzie gave devotions "From the Inside Out," from the Upper Room, and gave prayer. We sang "Down in the valley."

Roll call was answered by eight members and one guest, naming a favorite sweetheart story. Collections were taken.

Rosalind gave the secretary's report. Doris gave the treasurer's report, they both were approved.

Judy England gave the health lesson, "Red Alert" about red foods and juices. Martha gave the citizenship lesson on "FDIC insured banks."

The bake sale at the home show is Feb. 21, from 9 a.m.-7 p.m., at the Armory.

Judy will attend the vice president meeting on Feb. 16, at 10:30 a.m. Lucy Spelbring and Rosalind Schopmeyer will attend the leader lesson meeting on March 3, at 5 p.m.

Election of officers is President Doris Romas, Vice President Linda Schiele, Secretary/ Reporter Rosalind Schopmeyer, Song leader Brenda Guthensburger.

The council meeting is March 3, at 9:30 a.m. Judy will attend.

We sent our money for the Scholarship Fund.

Martha gave the lesson "Clearing The Clutter From Your Life." We closed with singing the club prayer.

Refreshments were served. Doris gave a contest and Rosalind won the door prize.

The next meeting will be March 12 at 1 p.m. at Martha McKenzie's home. The lesson will be "Don't be a victim of fraud."

DELTA THETA TAU

The regular meeting of the Alpha Omega Chapter of Delta Theta Tau Sorority was called to order at 7:15 p.m. on Feb. 17, 2009 at the First United Methodist Church's Traylor Hall.

The meeting was opened by Chapter President Linda Sheese with Delta Opening Ceremony and Delta Prayer.

The secretary called roll with 19 members present. On a motion by Kim Emmert-O'Dell, Kathy Bridgewater, Jennifer French, Janice Modesitt, Vangie Sutherland, and Ashlee Zaucha were excused. On a motion by Dava Boor, Jonna Anacker was granted an MAL.

The minutes of the January meeting were read and approved.

The Treasurer's Report was read, reporting cash available. Bills were presented for payment. On a motion by Kim, the bills will be paid.

Committees

Feb. Philanthropy-Linda Sheese will take what's here to Clay City Food Pantry, our monthly donation will go to Clay County Food Pantry.

March Philanthropy-diapers/wipes for LEAAP

Geraniums-Michelle Bell passed out order sheets which are due back March 17, delivery will be May 5 at Forest Park Pavillion. Diane Braden, Bonnie Boor, and Tammy Ninesling can help on the morning shift and Courtney Lash volunteered for the afternoon shift. If you can help, see Michelle.

Taste Treat-Gayla Thiemann passed out eight tickets to each member, it will be April 25 at NCMS 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The committee is trying to get entertainment. Have your (three) 9x13 dishes there by 9:30 a.m. Money for tickets and unsold tickets are due back in March.

At the March meeting these committees will report: Nominating, Budget, and Standing Rules.

Communications-Thank you was read from the Spring, Texas, chapter for our Welcome Dollars.

National Nominating Committee sent information if anyone would like to consider a national office.

New Business-YMCA Strong Kids Campaign requesting donation, on a motion by Dava $1000 will be donated.

On a motion by Gayla, we will donate $250 to Walnut Theatre Summer Movies.

On a motion by Courtney, $150 will be donated to Clay County 4H Council.

March Party Group is Jenny Ringo and Kim Emmert O'Dell.

March Philanthropy is Jennifer Jones and Linda Harms.

Province income and White Elephant money will be put in our THSB checking account that was opened for Province Convention and will be used for National Convention.

The meeting was closed with the Delta Closing Ceremony.



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