Delta Kappa Gamma, an organization of women educators, met April 21 at Brownstown United Methodist Church.
President Theresa Rouse welcomed the members, and Emily Adams gave the dinner invocation.
Sandy Howard introduced Margie Strange of Schneider Nursery. Strange talked about many popular plants, the proper soil, sunlight, planting and watering. She demonstrated filling a flower pot, and it was won by Jane Coryell.
Membership chairwoman Connie Gerth introduced guests Becky Baker, Lora Hackman, Amy Hartley, Sue Spicer, Sheena Isaacs, Karen Dobrinski, Chata Toppe, Mindy Clay, Nancy Cherry, Jeanie Schneider and Nancy Franke.
Olga Otte led the group in singing, and Phyllis Nantz reported on a state meeting she attended.
Members were thanked for the clothing donations made to the Jackson County Clothing Center and the Brownstown Ministerial Assistance Program.
“Glad You Came” prizes and flowers from Schneider Nursery were won by Hartley, Otte, Barb Schuley, Luella Mackey, Sue Fechter and Ruth Beesley.
Committee members for the evening were chairwoman Beesley, Adams, Madge Fountain, Susan Harrison, Sheila Reynolds, Laura Stahl and Sandy Melloncamp.
The May Founders Day meeting will be May 19 at Central Christian Church in Seymour. Members may bring items for Anchor House. Dinner cancellation should be made by May 15 with Carolyn Bridges.