Seymour City homemakers April meeting


Seymour City Extension Homemakers Club recently conducted its April meeting at the home of Mary Ellen Snyder with five members and guest Esta Works in attendance.

Nancy Hammond, president, led the business meeting. Snyder gave the treasurer’s report.

Janet Works won the auction item.

Leadership chairwoman Marion Slade reported information about Indiana such as that there were five vice presidents from Indiana and that its first theme park was built in Santa Claus in 1946 — the park is now known as Holiday World.

Education chairwoman Doris Keyser reported several things that are good for our health, such as one carrot can fill your vitamin A for the day.

Works, the community support chairwoman, announced that she read for Head Start children in March and would be doing it again in April.

The next meeting will be May 12 at Camp Pyoca in Brownstown.

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