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Club News

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Coming events of the Clay County Extension Homemakers of interest to friends. Mark the calendar and plan to attend.

The achievement program is June 30, at Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

July 17-July 24 is the Clay County 4-H Fair. We encourage men and women to share your talents and enter the open class, held during the fair.

A highlight of the fair is "Homemakers Day" July 23, at 1 p.m.

Don't forget to visit our ice cream wagon.

Watch the newspaper for more information and details.

Congratulations to all the Clay County Extension Homemakers who exhibited at the 2009 Arts Exhibit.

Here is a list of winners, their club and category:

* Grand Champion Exhibitors: Shannon Tieken, Pioneers, Counted Cross Stitch. This exhibit will be display June 10-12, at Purdue, during Home and Family Conference.

First-place winners club and category:

* Carol Harden, Everwelcome and Melody Makers Chorus, Knitting and Crochet,

* Bobbi Cayton, Jackson Township Fiber Art and Miscellaneous,

* Dorothy Plunkett, Van Buren Needlework,

* Ella Ingram, Pioneers, Photography,

* Mary Farmer, H.O.M.E., Scrapbooking,

* Rosilind Schopmeyer, Washington Township, Quilting.

Other Exhibits

* Bobbi Cayton, Jackson Township, Scrapbooking and Miscellaneous,

* Denise Duncan, Pioneers, Scrapbooking,

* Jean Borders, H.O.M.E., Quilting,

* Rosilind Schopmeyer, Washington Township, Quilting.

Thanks to all who exhibited and made our 2009 Cultural Arts a success. Those who didn't exhibit this year, share your talents next year at the Cultural Arts exhibit.

DATES TO REMEMBER

Clay County Fair July 17-24

Open classes exhibits are due July 17, 9-11:30 a.m. and will be released July 24, 3-7 p.m.

Homemaker's Day At The Fair, July 23, 1 p.m.

Indiana Homemakers Week, Oct. 27, 6:30 p.m.

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP CIRCLE CLUB

The Washington Township Circle Club met on May 14 at 1 p.m. at the St. John's Community Center.

We had a short meeting, paid dues for 2009-10. We sent money to the cander fund, and paid for our meal at Achievement Night on June 30 at the 4-H Fairgrounds. The Clay County Fair is July 17-24.

At 1:30 p.m., the Tri County Club came and we entertained them with a tea party. Doris opened the meeting, asking each guest and member to to to the "Hat table," and choose a hat and wear it all afternoon.

We repeated the Club Creed and the Pledge of Allegiance. The tables were decorated with beautiful tea pots, jewelry boxex, bracelets, necklaces, gloves, dainty purses. Everything a lady enjoys.

Linda Schiele brough bouquets of beautifl Iris from her garden and put on each table. China cups and saucers, linen napkins were used. Brenda made little teapots with tea bags inside from each member. Many types of tea bages were on the tables. We picked our choice and hot water was served to make our own tea.

Doris gave a beautiful reading about "Mother." Article were read about varieties of tea, many flavors, many varieties.

Trays of dainty sandwiches, strawberries, olives, cucumbers. Then cookies, breads and sweets were served.

A door prize was given to one of the Tri County members.

Washington members included: Wilma Rich, Lucy Spelbring, Linda Schiele, Doris Romas, Martha McKenzie, Brenda Geunthenburger and Rosalind Schopmeyer.

TRI COUNTY HOMEMAKERS CLUB

The Tri-County Home Ec Club was entertained by the Washington Township Circle at the St. John Church Social room on Thursday afternoon, May 14.

In attendance from Tri-County Club were Julie Pell, Jean Rowings, Jean Alsip, Ruth Timm, Thelma Thomas, Judy Allen and Claralou Thompson.

The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance and the Homemaker's Creed. Everyone introduced themselves after choosing a hat from the hat table. Beautiful tables were set up with lovely cups and saucers, teapots, flowers, embroidered napkins, gloves, small purses, and old fashion jewelry. Assortments of teas were offered and delicious appetizers and desserts were served and enjoyed.

Doris Romas read a reading about Mothers. She also told us many interesting facts about teas.

Interesting conversations were enjoyed at each table. Thelma Thomas was the door prize winner. The meeting ended with the singing of the Homemaker's Prayer. After the meeting, Tri-County members held a short meeting to discuss several business matters, Achievement tickets, Purdue Conference and the summer July picnic were discussed.

All enjoyed a pleasant afternoon.



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