Homemakers discuss Yellowstone’s interesting facts

Hearts of Home Extension Homemakers Club met Oct. 15 at Susan Robbins’ home.

President Glenda Neawedde opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and club creed.

Robbins led in singing “Old MacDonald Had a Farm.”

The thought for the day was “read.”

Janet Jarvis gave devotions entitled “The King Is Coming.”

For citizenship, Jarvis read “Yellowstone and Wyoming Interesting Facts.”

Debbie Shubert led roll call by asking “What is your favorite place in Indiana to view fall foliage?”

Neawedde gave the lesson “Learn the Key Difference Among Cardiac Arrest, Heart Attack and Stroke.”

Members enjoyed lunch, fellowship and painting pumpkins with Robbins as hostess.

Food was collected to be given to Community Provisions.

Jarvis read “Livestock Weekly, Mandatory Changes.”

The Extension Homemakers fundraiser bake sale will be Nov. 7 at Immanuel Lutheran School’s craft show.

The Fall Fling will be Nov. 10 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Borchers. Entertainment will be “Picture Jackson County” by Kevin Greene.

The next meeting will be Nov. 19 at Mountain Baptist Church.