March 15 Community Brief

March 15, 2013 

Cass County Area Homemakers Quarterly Council Meeting

The Cass County Heartland Area Homemakers had its quarterly council meeting March 6 at the Extension office in Harrisonville. The county officers were in charge of hospitality and registration.

Betty Beason, president, called the meeting to order and led the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Linda Kyser, secretary, gave the thought of the day titled, “The BE Attitudes.”

The roll call, snowstorm memory, was answered by 18 members. Clubs in attendance were: Get Together (3), Glorified Homemakers (3), Lisle Club (3), Pleasant Hill Young Matrons (4), Pleasant Valley (2), and Progressive Priscilla (3).

Minutes of the December meeting were read and approved.

Louise Musick introduced Glenna Callen, master gardener, to present a program titled “Resourceful Gardner.”

Items were collected for Life Choice Center. Barbara Carter volunteered to deliver the items.

The Club Yearbooks were collected. Treasurers evaluated them March 13 at the Extension office.

Carter volunteered to bring coffee cups, JoAnn Swearengin and Arduth Baker volunteered to bring serving spoons.

The terms of vice president and treasurer are up for election. Musick, Lillie Bouchard and Katrina Cummins were nominated to act as a nominating committee. Baker moved and Carole Mullen seconded the above committee be approved. Motion approved.

Spring Fling is scheduled Wednesday, April 17, at the Extension office. The signup sheet was routed with each club scheduling their 20-minute program. Each person is to bring a salad and their service. Each club is to bring a door prize. Pleasant Valley Homemakers will be in charge of Registration, Lisle Club in charge of Hospitality and Progressive Priscillas in charge of Invocation.

Door prizes were won by Carter, Lillan Strack, Sandra Collings, and Ruth Osborn.

Linda Kyser, Secretary

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