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CLUB NEWS

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Clay County Extension Homemakers

Attention Clay County: Mark your calendar on the following date for lessons presented at the Clay County Extension Office:

* March 30, "Simple Desserts," presented by Carolou Thompson, Sue Urban and Jo Ann Nees, 1 p.m.,

* April 6, "Living Green in Indiana," 6 p.m.,

* April 13, "Rice is Nice," cooking with varieties of rice an rice alternatives, 10 a.m., presented by Jackie Bauman, and

* May 4, "End of Life Financial Issues," 10 a.m.

The Clay County Extension Homemakers present these lessons as a public service to the community and the members. Anyone and everyone is invited and always welcome to any and all of our functions. Contact the Clay County Extension Office for additional information at 448-9041.

Tri County Club

The Tri County Club met Wednesday, Feb. 24, at the Zion Church.

There was no January meeting due to bad weather.

A delicious lasagna meal was enjoyed by all.

The surprise package was won by Linda Rushton and the hostess gift by Diana Nees.

The meeting was called to order by repeating the club creed and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

Twelve members answered the roll call by telling of their favorite valentine.

The card committee reported that they'd sent 12 cards.

The meeting was closed by praying the Lord's Prayer.

Social hour was spent playing Bingo. Cover won by Diana Nees.

Modern Homemakers

The Modern Homemakers met March 4, at the home of Wanda Fagg.

Devotions were, "The Children's Bible in a Nutshell," given by Katherine Bouillez.

Roll call was answered by naming your favorite housecleaning device. Wanda Fagg, Health and Safety Report was on apples, eat an apple every day.

Citizenship was given by Louise Fagg about "12 Trails of 12 Monuments," place along the National Road from Massachusetts to California.

The club had an auction for purses filled with "stuff." The lesson was given by Katherine Bouillez on "Food Psychology: Why, what, when and how much we eat."

Our next meeting is April 1, 2010. We will meet at Bob Evans for brunch. We will go to Katherine Bouillez' home for our meeting when we leave Bob Evans.

Delta Theta Tau Sorority

The Lambda Nu Chapter of the Delta Theta Tau Sorority, located in Mooresville, will conduct its 27th Crafty Bear Fare, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, April 10, at Mooresville High School, 550 N. Indiana St., Mooresville.

The event is sponsored by the Delta Theta Sorority and all proceeds go for area scholarships and other philanthropic projects.

More than 75 crafters from Indiana are expected to display a variety of items for sale.

There is no admission fee to the event and door prizes and food will be available.

For more information, call Susan Ulmer at 317-576-0513 or Gretchen Sullivan at 765-342-5838.



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