Sandi Hall gave a lesson about the digestive system when Pine Ridge Extension Homemakers Club met April 28 at Lutheran Community Home in Seymour.
Hall discussed fiber facts and told the best choices for perking up the fiber in the diet. She recommended drinking lots of water and eating small frequent meals, exercising and keeping stress down.
President Carolyn Krieger presided, and Aryss Beebe led in singing “Let There Be Peace on Earth.”
Tickets for Achievement Night were distributed. Blue and gold forms were filled out and candidates for county fair queen were discussed.
Anna Milles gave the citizenship lesson by reminding club members about the city primary May 5.
May Meals on Wheels will be done by Norma Pollert and Doris Frey.
Hostess Doris Frey gave devotions on “This Is the Time.” She served a dessert course to 13 members.
Hostess prizes went to Carol White and Carol Wait.
The next meeting was Monday at First Presbyterian Church with Aryss Beebe as hostess.