Jackson Township Extension Club
The Jackson Township Better Homes Extension Club held their Jan. 27 meeting at the Clay County Extension Office.
Vice president Lauralee Hawkins called the meeting to order with Bobbi Cayton leading the Pledge of Allegiance and the Homemakers Creed.
For devotions, Marilyn Bott read a segment from the book, "Best of Barbara Johnson," entitled "Sufferings can work for good," based on Romans 8:28.
Ten members answered roll call by telling about a winter experience during an ice storm.
Barbara Powell led in singing "He's got the whole world in his hands," and "Happy Birthday" to Bobbi Cayton.
The secretary and treasurer reports were read by stand-in Shirley Koehler and approved. She, also, presented a health and safety report informing if sea salt can be substituted for table salt. Norma Diel's citizenship report covered Jackson Township.
Information on the Spring District meeting in Sullivan County is March 15, and the Spring Conference in Terre Haute is March 31, was passed out. For next year, the special interest suggestions were voted on and the officers slate was presented.
Food pantry items for the Senior Citizens and the scholarship fund will be collected at the February meeting.
Lauralee presented the lesson, "Life made simple."
The closing prayer was sung.
Other members present were Ann Carol Harden, Carmen Jackson, Mary Kent and Rose Mary Price.
The next meeting will be Feb. 24, at 1 p.m., at the home of Mary Kent.