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Club News

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Tri County Community Club

The Tri County Community Club had their Christmas party at Bob and Angie's Restaurant in Clay City on Dec. 7. What a wonderful meal was served. Thanks to Juanita Nees and Lucy Strauch for planning the party. Great job girls. We had a gift exchange from our secret sisters. Great gifts.

Our President Gerry Cundiff opened our meeting with all repeating the Club Creed and the Pledge of Allegiance.

The surprise package was won by Angela Hanes. Devotions were read by Rhonda Tincher, The Christmas list and Burma Shave Road signs. Roll call by Pat Kaster was answered by 17 members, with our favorite Christmas song. We had visitors Rosie Brown, Lita Vitz, Sue Faulkner, Angela Hanes and Andree Muns.

The secretary's report was also given by Pat and approved. The treasurer's report was given by Evelyn Rubeck and approved. Lucy Strauch gave the card report with eight cards sent for the month. The hospital report was given by Juanita Nees and approved.

We had a jewelry auction which was a lot of fun. All proceeds going to our bank fund.

Our January meeting will be at Gerry Cundiffs with Wilma Holsapple as cohostess.

At our Christmas party, Lucy had a game for us and it was lots of fun. We closed our meeting by repeating the Lord's Prayer.

Tri Kappa

The Associate Chapter of Tri Kappa met on Monday, Dec. 5, 2011, at the First United Methodist Church. Prior to the dinner, members were entertained with music of the season by Steve McCullough and a sing-along led by member Margie Cauldwell. After a pork tenderloin meal with all the "trimming" prepared by the Sarah Circle of the church.

President Jacque Reberger called the meeting to order at 7:40 p.m. with the usual song and verse. Nineteen members and two guests, Mary Yelton and Roberta Weliever, answered roll call.

The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved as was the treasurer's report. A thank you from the Humane Shelter was read.

Under old business our Christmas "gifts" were collected. They included shoes, socks and items to put in Christmas stockings for Serving On the Streets, items for the LEAPP Center's Christmas for its moms, and the usual items for the Humane Shelter and for our SOS Hands and Feet young people.

Mary Yelton gave a brief update on the activities of the LEAAP Center, Ellen Packard reported on the Angels for East Side program and Roberta Weliever told of a Holiday Coffee to be hosted by Matt and Shannon Willmore on Dec. 10 to acquaint more people with the progress of the State Park.

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