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Club News

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Tri County Club

The Tri County Club met on Aug. 24, at Poland park, with a picnic pitch in. It was a beautiful Lord's day.

The food was great and we had a wonderful fellowship with each other.

Our president Gerry Cundiff opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and our club creed.

Our surprise package was won by Wilma Hollsapple. Devotions were read by Rhonda Tincher with "the Safest Place," and Kay Altemiller with "Burnt Biscuit." Roll call was answered by 16 members, telling our favorite flower.

Secretary's report was given by Pat Kaster and approved.

Treasurer's report was given by Evelyn Rubeck and approved. Lucy Strauch reported she sent out 15 cards for the month. Hospital report was read by Juanita Neese with several hospital equipment pieces being loaned out. If anyone has equipment they would like to donate, please call one of our members.

This next month we will be having a five item sale in our club to help our bank funds.

Sarah Pfast, the daughter of our club member Diana Nees, brought in her beautiful homemade jewelry. If you would like more information about parties, call Diana Nees at 812-986-2477.

Sarah and her sister Sandy Glasscock were our guests for the day.

It was Wilma's day, she also won coverall.

Next month our meeting will be at the Zion Church with Pat Kaster as hostess.

Washington Township Circle Club

The Washington Township Circle Club met on Sept. 8, at the home of Rosalind Schopmeyer.

Judy England called the meeting to order at 1 p.m. The Pledge of Allegiance and Club Creed were repeated in unison.

Judy gave devotions "National Friendship Week," and health and safety lesson "Osteoporosis."

The citizenship lesson by Linda, "Voting in city elections."

Remember to display the flag on Sunday, Sept. 11.

Judy gave a good report on the council meeting.

Indiana Homemaker's week is Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Extension Building with "Simple Christmas Decorations."

We sang "School Days."

The secretary and treasurer's report were given and approved. Collections were taken.

The lesson "Credit Card Rules," was given by Linda Schiele.

Roll call was answered telling what you saw from your kitchen window, by four members.

We closed by singing the Homemaker's Prayer. Refreshments wer served. Social time was enjoyed.

Doris Romas was also present.

The next meeting will be at the home of Doris Romas, on Oct. 13, at 1 p.m. with the lesson "Don't let falls get you down."



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