|Organizations: Four Seasons Garden Club (1-30-14)||| Print ||
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|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.
Laureate Gamma Sigma
TONTOGANY - All members were present for the Jan. 20 meeting at the home of Barbara Heiman.
President Judy Robinson read several pieces of correspondence. The Ohio convention will be June 6-8 in Dayton.
Committee reports followed:
• Social - The Valentine party will be Feb. 3 at the home of Donna Lambert, beginning at noon with lunch prepared by the hostess. Secret pals will be revealed with a gift, and new names drawn.
• Service - Otsego Pantry items will be brought to the Feb. 3 meeting. It was suggested that members bring hygiene items.
The game CLR was played and refreshments were served by the hostess.
Lambert is eligible for the Preceptor Degree and it will be given to her at the Feb. 17 meeting.
Lybarger-Grimm American Legion Auxiliary
TONTOGANY -The Jan. 15 meeting was held at the home of Rita Euler, with six members present.
President Patti Wires opened the meeting and Euler offered prayer.
2014 membership dues are still being accepted. The unit is still short of goal, so send dues to Wires at P.O. Box 153, Tontogany, Ohio 43565. For more information call her at 419-823-4233. Paid memberships are currently at 90; goal is 117.
Sympathy was extended to the families of Mary Michaels and Gary Current.
Prayers go out to Helen Wammes, who is recovering from illness.
The unit ordered 500 poppies. Members also agreed to purchase 10 raffle tickets for the First District Past President Scholarship.
Buckeye Girls State letters will be mailed to the female high school juniors in Tontogany area, with a Feb. 19 interview date.
The next unit meeting is Feb. 5 at 6:30 at Euler's home.
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