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Club News

Friday, June 19, 2009

Achievement Night's "The Pirate Show"

No one will have to walk the plank during "The Pirate Show," an Achievement Night Celebration presented by the Clay County Melody Makers.

Cathy Long, Brenda Hawkins, Betty Howard and Carolyn Tausing are the committee members who planned the event.

The event will take place from June 30, at the Clay County Fairgrounds. Registration will be from 6-6:30 p.m. The celebration will be catered by Chaney's Catering.

Reservations must be made by June 22 for the bash. Cost is $7. Call Cathy Long at 812-939-2635 for more information or the Clay County Extension Office at 448-9041.

The committee is inviting anyone who attends to dress up like a pirate. Anyone interested in attending does not have to be a member of an extension homemakers club.

Delta Theta Tau Sorority

The regular meeting of the Alpha Omega Chapter, Delta Theta Tau Sorority was held at 7:00 p.m., at the Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall. The meeting was opened by Chapter President Linda Sheese with the Delta opening Ceremony and Delta Prayer.

There were 17 members present. Party group was Courtney Lash, Janice Modesitt and Kristi Siples.

This month our philanthropy is the LEAAP Center and SOS. Jennifer Jones and Cindy McKinney are on the committee.

Our next meeting will be our Sorority Birthday Dinner on July 21 at Glory Days in Clay City at 6:30 p.m.

All active, associate, and alumni members are encouraged to attend.

Washington Township Circle Club

The Washington Township Circle Club held a short meeting on May 14 at the Dr. Johns Community Center.

The group paid dues for the 2009-2010 season, sending the money to the cancer fund and paying for meal achievement night on June 30 at the Fairgrounds.

At 1:30, the Tri-County Club came and the club entertained them with a Tea Party. The party started with guests and members being asked to go to the "Hat" table to pick out a hat to wear the entire afternoon. This was immediately followed by the reading of the club creed and a flag salute.

Tables were decorated with beautiful tea pots, jewelry boxes and bracelets among other items. Linda Schide brought bouquets of beautiful Iris's from her garden and put them on each table. Brenda made little teapots with teabags inside for each member, and Doris gave a beautiful reading about "Mother."

Trays of sandwiches, strawberries, olives and cookies were served. A door prize was then given to one of their members.

The meeting concluded with the singing of "Homemakers Prayer." Everyone seemed to have lots of fun remembering times past.

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