Willow Springs gives volunteer hours
The Willow Springs FCE met June 16 in the fellowship hall at De Soto Baptist Church. Rosemary McAninch was the hostess of the covered-dish luncheon.
The tables were decorated with red, white and blue Teddy bears as centerpieces and plates, cups and napkins of the same colors. Dorothy Nalley said grace.
Following the luncheon, members heard the reading of the April minutes. There was no regular meeting in May because the group visited Hillside Village and served cookies and punch, played games and passed out gifts at the monthly birthday meeting there.
Roll call was answered with different ways crock pots are used. "Rock Around the Crock" pamphlets were passed out.
The club had 111 hours of volunteer hours in May and June. Also the food pyramid and May FCE forecast was given.
The club was assigned the task of writing western Kansas cities for information for K-State Extension, with members choosing towns on the map for which to write chambers of commerce for information.
In the pig drawing, GeorgeAnna Taylor won a candle brought by Leota Fruit and Dorothy Nalley won the candle and glasses Leona Robinson brought. Collections were given and Nalley led a numbers.
The next meeting will be in September with Rita Jenks as hostess. Election of officers will take place.
-- Dorothy Nalley, reporter