Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN


March 26, 2014

Club Chatter


Money was collected for dues and International Night. Isabelle read an article titled “GMO Foods” from Reader’s Digest, January 2014 issue, for Health and Safety. These genetically modified organisms can cause depression, allergies, infertility and some cancers.

Viola Minning led the Club Prayer, followed by a hand-out lesson, “Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?”

Viola and Tonia Schofield won the door prizes. Our next meeting will be at Ruth Smith’s April 1.

Modern Trends Extension

Modern Trends met at 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, at the home of Kathryn Schoettmer, with nine members present.

Vice President Ann Stagge opened the meeting with members saying the Creed followed with Pledge to Flag.

Kathryn had devotions with prayer to end terrorism and violence.

Bonnie Evans read the Thought: “May you be in heaven 30 minutes before the devil knows you’re dead.”

Roll Call was answered with What food or drink do you associate with Ireland?

Song leader Carol Firsich led the members in singing When Irish Eyes are Smiling.

Marilyn Strasburger read the Minutes from the Feb. 18 meeting and they were approved.

It was decided that the Club would take a tour of Weberding on April 15 and lunch at the Pub at 11:30 a.m. Carol Firsich and Mary Preble would be the drivers and everyone needs to meet at Jean Pratt’s driveway at 10 a.m.

Shirley Armstrong gave a Health and Safety lesson on “The more hospital Emergency room doctors know about your medical history.

And Lucille Wenning gave a report on “To soften the skin and if you get a splatter of grease on your arm use flour to take the burn out,

Dues were taken and will be turned in to the Extension Office.

Ann closed the meeting with the Club Prayer.

Kathryn gave everyone an envelope with four pieces of paper cut in shapes and members were to make a square from them. Carol Firisch, Marlene Wolter, Ann Stagge and Shirley Armstrong won prizes.

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