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CLUB NEWS

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Modern Homemakers

The Modern Homemakers met on April 1, 2010 at the Bob Evans Restaurant in Terre Haute for brunch. We all then went to Katherine Bouillez' home at Anthony Square for our meeting.

Wilma Modesitt had devotions, "Golden Chain of Friendship." The song of the month was "Singing in the Rain."

Roll call was something unusual in your purse.

Health and Safety was about Blood Pressure, given by Wanda Fagg.

The citizenship report was by Louise Fagg, about Abraham Lincoln.

Wilma had the lesson on "Single Dessert." She served two of the desserts, which were very good.

Our next meeting will be at the home of Louise Fagg on May 6, at 1 p.m.

Washington Township Circle Club

The Washington Township Circle Club met on April 8, at 1 p.m. at the home of Doris Romas.

The Pledge of Allegiance and Homemakers Creed were repeated in unison.

Devotions were by Doris, "Just for Me," Philipians 4:3 and a prayer.

Roll call was to tell the most unusual thing found in your purse.

Brenda led us in "Singing in the Rain."

The secretary and treasurer's reports were given and approved.

Doris gave the Health and Safety lesson on Soy. The citizenship lesson was given by Linda Schiele, about Abraham Lincoln.

Announcements were made of upcoming events. April 20, Homemakers Workshop at the Fairgrounds.

Rosalind Schopmeyer gave the lesson on "Living Green in Indiana."

We closed with singing the Homemaker's Prayer.

Wilma Rich was also present.

Refreshments were served and gifts given. Brenda won the door prize.

The next meeting will be May 13, at 11:30 a.m. at Bob and Angie's Restaurant, with the EverWelcome Club.



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