Homemakers plan achievement night

Hearts of Home Extension Homemakers Club met March 19 at Bullwinkle’s Family Restaurant in downtown Seymour.

The February and March meetings were combined because of bad weather in February.

Members received their lunches, and the meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance and club creed. Tell-A-Homemaker News was distributed.

Members answered roll call by talking about their favorite room in the house to clean.

The club received a thank-you note from Community Provisions of Jackson County for the club’s food donation.

Members exchanged secret pal Valentine cards.

Jackson County Extension Homemakers Achievement Night will be May 14 at Cornerstone Community Church, 1088 Sarasota Drive, Seymour. The theme is “Knit Together by Life.”

New officers were elected, and they will begin their terms in July. They are Glenda Neawedde, president; Susan Robbins, vice president; Mary McIntosh, treasurer; Debbie Shubert; Janet Jarvis, devotions and citizenship; Neadwedde, health and safety; and Robbins, song leader and project leader.

The next meeting will be April 16 at Cafe Batar, 12649 E. U.S. 50, Seymour. Members are to bring coins for friendship.