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Organizations: 03-13-14 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 13 March 2014 09:42
Middleton Twp. Homemakers
On March 3, eight members attended a class at Ben Franklin Crafts in Bowling Green, where they learned to make a wreath.  
Each women chose the color of the materials to make her wreath. The supplies used were a wire ring, pipe cleaners and deco mesh.  The deco mesh was available in several different colors.
The group then headed for Lola's Frozen Yogurt, also on South Main Street, for dessert. Even though it was cold outside, members still enjoyed their frozen yogurt.
The next club meeting will be held April 7 at the home of Miriam Aufdenkamp, with Betty Wenig as co-hostess.  Middleton Homemakers will have a silent auction of baked goods and household items.  This will help to build up the club treasury.
Organizations: 02-13-14 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 13 February 2014 10:47
Mental Culture Club
PEMBERVILLE -The Mental Culture Club met Jan. 14 at Inga Offerman's home.
The 17 members present shared a memory of bread for the roll call.
Bread maker Chris Budke demonstrated how to make tortillas.  While the dough that she mixed up rested, she sketched the history of bread from the time of the hunters and gatherers through the 19th century.  Her favorite references for  bread making are "The Blessings of Bread" by Adrian Bailey and "The Way to Cook" by Julia Child.
Dessert was Budke's fresh whole wheat tortillas, and assorted sweet rolls made by Offerman and Nedra Sheets.
Organizations: Laureate Gamma Sigma (02-11-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 10:55
TONTOGANY - All members were present for the Feb. 3 Valentine party held at the home of Donna Lambert.
She served a lunch of beef and noodles, slaw, relishes and rolls.
The meeting followed. It was voted to give a donation of $100 to the Cocoon Shelter in Bowling Green. A thank you was received from the Otsego Christmas Basket Fund for the chapter's donation.
The social committee chairman will check to see if the town hall is available for the chapter's Mother's Day festivity in May.
Items for the Otsego Food Pantry will be taken over to Grand Rapids by Lambert.
A secret pal gift exchange took place and new names were drawn. The hostess presented everyone a red rose and a box of candy.
Organizations: Four Seasons Garden Club (1-30-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 30 January 2014 10:25
PEMBERVILLE - Twelve members attended the Jan. 13 meeting of the Four Seasons Garden Club at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in the Pemberville Library.
Members reviewed the book titled "The Pruning Book" bought by Faye Schuerman that will be donated to the library from the club.
The members decided on "Oktoberfest," an orange calendula with a brown center, for the club flower this year. Members can purchase the second flower, a blue/purple statice at any greenhouse for our second flower.
The schedule committee will be meeting to create categories for the show.
The next meeting will be Feb. 3 at the Pemberville Library with the Wood County Community Agriculture Program presented.
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 January 2014 10:43
Organizations: Friendly Town and Country Garden Club (01-24-14) PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Friday, 24 January 2014 09:46
The Haskins-based club met Jan. 16 at 1:30 p.m. at McKenzie's Flower Basket on South Main in Bowling Green.  There were seven members present.
Carol Rives and Royce Beaverson celebrated January birthdays.      
President Rives held a short business meeting and discussed the OAGC Floral Design Class to be held May 22 at 6 p.m. in the Otsego Park Pavilion. The cost per person will be $6.
Refreshments were served.  Dorothy Cromley brought homemade oatmeal cookies. Rives furnished beverages.
Each member planted a terrarium to take home.  In addition three terrariums were planted and will be cultivated at members' homes, then presented to the Wood Haven Health Care Center nurses' stations in February in appreciation of their steadfast and careful nursing.
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