Sunset Extension Homemakers ClubSeptember 21, 2020
The Sunset Extension Homemakers Club met outdoors at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, at Trinity United Church of Christ in Jasper. President Sylvia Adams opened the meeting. All seven members were present and answered roll call with what their first job was.
Priscilla Starkey was hostess and gave out treat bags. The song of the month was “My Bonnie.”
Dee Blessinger and Mrs. Starkey will trade months to be hostess. Mrs. Starkey will take January, and Mrs. Blessinger will take June.
Janet Epple read the secretary’s report. Ann Buechler gave the health and safety report, “Pets and the Immune System.” Mrs. Starkey gave the citizenship report about the Huntingburg Airport tunnel. She also showed the item of interest, pictures of a family wedding and her grandchildren.
Denise Smith gave the treasurer’s report. There was no community service. Thank you cards were received from Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Epple.
“Aging Well in Place” was the lesson given by Mrs. Smith about staying at home instead of going to a nursing home. Judy Hubster gave a lesson, “Jump Start Your Immune System.” Mrs. Starkey will give the lesson, “Downsizing Your Home and Mrs. Blessinger will give “Color Me Stress Free” in October.
The club will read the constitution next month. There was no information on the county council meeting. The parting shot and reflection were read.
The attendance prize brought by Mrs. Starkey was won by Mrs. Blessinger. The door prize brought by Mrs. Epple went to Mrs. Hubster. Mrs. Smith won the first game prize, and Mrs. Buechler the second. Mrs. Adams thanked Mrs. Starkey for being hostess.
The next meeting will be at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, at Trinity United Church of Christ. Mrs. Buechler will be hostess.
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