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CLUB NEWS

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

TRI KAPPA

Tri Kappa Associate Chapter met Monday, Sept. 14, at 6:30 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church Trayler Hall.

The meeting was opened by President Sandra Henderson with the song and opening verse. Mary Anne Froderman read the roll call with 22 members and guest Teresa Akers answering. Minutes of the May 4, and Executive meeting on June 9 were read by Mary Anne.

Treasurers report was given by Treasurer Kim Stearley. Kim presented the budget for review and it was excepted. The only bills presented were to Sandra Henderson for the registration for Sandra and Kathy Witham to attend the Province Workshop on Sept. 19.

An amendment to the by-laws was voted on to raise the yearly dues to $35. This was passed for the second time as required.

Sandra reminded everyone that we are still collecting items for the Humane Shelter, money for the Eastside Angel Fund and the Silent Auction. Also pop tabs for Riley Hospital are being collected by Kathy Bell and plastic containers for the Senior Center for Jane Mercer.

The Officers Workshop will be held in Clayton, on Sept 19. Sandra Henderson and Kathy Witham are scheduled to attend but if Kathy can not, then Mary Ann Gosset will take her place.

Sandra read a letter from the State committee regarding the first 50 presidents of Tri Kappa. They are planning on writing a book and honoring these ladies. Our own Peggy Blair was one of the presidents that will be included. Sandra will appoint a committee next month to work on this.

Thanks to tonights committee: Linda Easton, Sandy Swindle, Mary Ann Froderman and Sandra Henderson. The next meeting will be Monday, Oct. 5, with hostesses: Susie Freeman, Kim Stearley, Kathy Bell and Mary Ann Gossett.

The meeting was closed with the closing verse. The Silent Auction winners were: Marsha Wyndham, Teresa Akers, Delores Thomas, Jane Mercer, and Susie Freeman. A delicious meal of pizza was enjoyed by the group.

Modern Homemakers

The Modern Homemakers met on Sept. 3, at the home of Wilma Modesitt. Vice President Carolyn Tausig opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance, and the Homemakers Creed.

Marjorie Stoelting gave the devotions, "My wish for you."

Secretary's report was read. Roll call with six members answering on how I can help the environment.

Song of the month was "You're a grand ole flag."

The citizenship lesson was about Andy Ronney and Tiger Woods, by Louise Fagg.

Health and Safety lesson was on 51 Healthy Foods. Mary Lou Harris gave the lesson on Self Defense.

The meeting was closed with the Homemaker's Prayer.

The next meeting will be Oct. 1.

Washington Twp Circle Club

The Washington Township Circle Club met on Sept. 10, at 1 p.m., at Linda Schiele's home.

She called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance and the Homemaker's Creed were repeated in unison.

Roll call was answered by five members telling ways they could improve the environment.

We sang "Grand old Flag." Linda gave the citizenship lesson about Sandra O'Conner, former member of the Supreme court.

Wilma Rich gave devotions, "A new beginning," by Helen Steiner Rice.

The secretary's report was read by Rosalind and approved.

Collections were taken.

Linca reviewed the council meeting.

Indiana's Homemakers Week will be celebrated on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 6:30 p.m., at the 4-H Fairgrounds.

Lucy and Rosalind gave the lesson "Balance and Mobility."

We closed with the Homemaker's Prayer.

The next meeting will be Oct. 8, at 1 p.m., at Wilma Rich's home, with the lesson "Be a smart shopper."

Brenda Guthensburger was also present. Refreshments wer served and social time enjoyed.



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