Sauers Extension Homemakers Club’s September meeting was conducted at the home of Margie Nash in Brownstown.
Maysel Thomas opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and led the singing of a prayer song.
Nash gave devotions on reading some of her favorite Bible verses from Philippians.
Members answered roll call by naming their first best friend in school.
It was decided the club would meet at 11:30 a.m. Oct. 6 at Rails Craft Brew and Eatery in Seymour for the club anniversary.
Members have planned to volunteer at Orphan Grain Train in Jonesville.
The health and safety lesson was given by Rose Elmer on “Weighing Your Options.”
A simple dessert was made by Joyce Hackman with no oven necessary: a box of instant pudding mixed by following the directions, a container of Cool Whip and a few of the small chocolate chips put in a dish and topped with a cherry.
Mildred Fenneberg received the hostess gift.
Nash served a fruit cocktail cake topped with cream, chips and drinks.