Mason Hall FCE members gather
Posted: Thursday, June 14, 2012 8:00 pm
The Mason Hall Family and Community Education Club met recently at the community center, which was decorated with teapots and old doilies. Nancy Tankersley and Betty Luton served as hostesses.
President Frances Allen welcomed 18 women members, six men members, four visitors and Obion County University of Tennessee Extension agent Benita Giffin.
After recitation of the club creed and the Pledge of Allegiance, Mrs. Allen read the thought for the day. “A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.”
Roll call was answered with members naming their favorite June activity.
Mrs. Luton’s devotional was about Fathers Day. Shut-ins were remembered and she closed in prayer.
The secretary’s and treasurer’s reports were read and approved.
Communications included a note from Kenton School.
One social service report was made for Kenton and included James Barber.
Members reported for the Good Neighbor Report.
Mrs. Allen said she has contacted Danny Jowers about the center getting a new cotton flag.
Mary Davis, Jeanette Proctor, Nettie B. Moore and Mrs. Allen reported conducting a quilting demonstration at Golden Living Center Nursing Home during Nursing Home Week.
Mrs. Davis reported on attending the workshop for Chicken Scratch, where teapots and butterflys were also made.
Plans were made to visit the Dyer Nursing Home on June 21 in order to deliver lap quilts to patients from the area.
Mrs. Allen appointed Kathy Page and Sarah Allen to get estimates for installation of a quilt square the community will be receiving.
Mrs. Giffin’s program included the group choosing how many judges to use for the canning department at the Obion County Fair. Preparation for Fashion Revue will be held on Monday at the Obion County Farm Bureau Building in Union City beginning at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Giffin shared from “Age Page” helpful information on “Aging And Your Eyes.” and from Top Health Newsletter topics about “Eating at Work,” “Men’s Wellness,” “Your Personal Wellness Program” and how “Painted Fingernails Can Hide Danger.”
The club meets the first Thursday of each month. Visitors and new members are welcome.
Published in The Messenger 6.14.12