Friends and Neighbors Extension Homemakers Club met April 25 in the meeting room at the Seymour Library. Twelve members attended with Ann Ulmer hosting.
President Donna Abner opened the meeting by leading the group in the Pledge of Allegiance and club creed.
The upcoming countywide membership meeting, Achievement Night, to be conducted May 12 at Camp Pyoca for dinner and a program was announced again, and money was exchanged for tickets to those planning to attend. There will be a carpool for Seymour residents.
An alternative for the regular monthly meeting for May was discussed with a request to “save the date” for May 24 and further information would be forwarded to members.
Charlotte Lovegrove reported for Martha McIntire, who was unable to attend, that a trip to Indianapolis is planned for June 28 to go to the Indiana State Museum for the club’s June activity. Members planning to go are to notify McIntire in a timely manner so transportation can be arranged.
The treasurer’s report was called for, and it was decided to send a contribution for 4-H awards relating to county fair entries. Minutes of the March meeting were read, and roll call was answered with the favorite color of the rainbow.
The citizenship report was given by Judy Carter in the form of a brief bio of John Marlan Poindexter, an Indiana native who served the country in Washington, D.C., as adviser and project director under two United States presidents.
Lovegrove closed the meeting with devotional thoughts on personal experiences concerning angels using Bible verses and a framed painting print entitled “Watchers in the Night”.
Refreshments were served by the hostess to those present, Abner, Ruth Bateman, Carol Bobb, Carter, Louise Cox, Joann Davidson, Joan Hines, Lovegrove, Helen Lutes, Ruby Niccum, Shirley Sears and Ulmer.