Willow Springs F.C.E. meets
The Willow Springs F.C.E meet last Thursday at the De Soto Baptist Church with Reta Jenks as hostess. The tables were decorated with several ceramic Halloween figurines on a yellow cloth.
This was the first meeting since the change in meeting dates to the second Thursday of the month.
We had a table grace by Dorothy Nalley and several delicious casseroles, pasta, baked beans and other dishes and desserts.
After the mean, Nalley gave a talk on the F.C.E. children’s book program starting at 9:30 a.m. Friday at the Extension Office in Olathe. Each F.C.E. unit in the county will have a display of children’s books, which will be donated to homes in the area.
Jean Epperson gave the lesson “Your Doctor and You.” It’s point was that when your doctor explains things from a chart, the patient needs to what the do and do not understand. There are always new medical terms.
We also discussed the need for flu vaccines.
The F.C.E. is busy across the state with the northeast council having 16 counties, 54 units and 616 members.
The Willow Springs unit always welcomes visitors and new members. The November meeting with be Nov. 13 at Reta Jenks’ home.