Ladies aid plans meeting


The Ladies Aid of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church met Oct. 6 in the meeting room at the Brownstown church.

The meeting opened by singing the hymn “What Is the World to Me.”

President Kathy Cunningham gave devotions by reading from 1 Corinthians and 1 John “Know What’s Coming.”

Roll call was answered by 11 members. Secretary and treasurer reports were read and approved.

Janet Myers reported on visits to the sick and shut-in and the nursing homes.

A thank-you note was read from Carol Blackwell in appreciation for her mother’s funeral dinner.

After discussion, it was decided that the group’s November meeting will be a day trip. They will meet at the church at 11 a.m. and travel to The Brick for lunch, and then tour and volunteer at Orphan Grain Train. Loretta Hoevener will make the arrangements.

Rose Elmer said the birthday party for Cunningham was going to be at 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at the church.

A motion was made by Francis Nichols that the present officers be officers again next year. The officers agreed to serve, and the motion was seconded and passed.

The December meeting will be a Christmas party. The date was changed to Dec. 8 with a noon lunch.

A thank-you went to the meeting’s hostess, Ileen Nehrt.

The meeting closed with the Lord’s Prayer.

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