July 25 Community Brief

July 25, 2014 

Glorified Homemakers Club

The Glorified Homemakers Club met July 15 at the University of Missouri Extension Office in Harrisonville.

Sue Pulliam was hostess and Sandy Young was co-hostess.

Prior to the business meeting, Nathan Wagner, from the Raymore 4-H Club, told about his seven years as a 4-H member. He has taken Public Speaking, Leadership Training, Record Keeping and has served as a club officer. His current projects are archery and hunting.

President Pulliam called the meeting to order by leading the pledge to the flag. Young read “A Friend Like You,” by Grace E. Easley for the devotional. Roll call, “A Favorite 4th of July Memory,” was answered by Patty Anderson, Sandra Collings, Katrine Cummins, Pulliam, Carol Witherspoon and Young.

Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The treasurer’s report was given.

Pulliam reminded everyone that next month is the Pig N A Poke Sale and to bring food to be auctioned. Also, the Cass County Fair was July 15-20 in Pleasant Hill.

There were no new reports on the annual meeting.

There was discussion on the club’s 50th anniversary meeting, which will be in October. Pulliam is going to check on some table decorations. There will be more discussion next month.

Collings won the door prize.

The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served.

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