Sept. 13 Community Brief

September 13, 2013 

Cass County Area Homemakers Quarterly Council Meeting

The Cass County Heartland Area Homemakers had its quarterly council meeting Sept. 4 at the Extension Office in Harrisonville. Pleasant Hill Young Matrons were responsible for hospitality and Get Together Club was responsible for registration.

Betty Beason, president, called the meeting to order and led the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Lillie Bouchard gave the thought of the day.

The roll call, a nutrition fact, was answered by 14 members. Clubs in attendance were: Get Together (4), Glorified Homemakers (3), Lisle Club (3), Pleasant Hill Young Matrons (3), and Pleasant Valley Homemakers (1).

Minutes of the June meeting were read and approved.

Sue Pulliam moved and Penny Hall seconded to assist in funding the 4-H banquet with a $50 donation. Motion passed.

Linda Kyser, at the request of Beason, read Section V Election bylaws for the group. Hall moved and Imogene Pedigo seconded to accept the slate of Louise Musick for vice president and Kyser for secretary by acclamation. Motion passed. These officers will serve for two years and will be installed at the December meeting.

Musick introduced Jeff Yearington, who provided the program on the community garden. Attendees were provided some vegetables from the garden.

Door prizes were won by Beason, Kay Edmonds, Bouchard, Katrina Cummins and JoAnn Swearingin.

Linda Kyser, Secretary

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