Sauers Extension Homemakers Club had its meeting and Christmas party Dec. 10 at Stahl’s Cafe and Deli with a perfect attendance.
A meal was served, and the common table prayer was given by the group.
Several games were played with prizes going to most members.
Secret pal names were revealed for the year, and new names were drawn for this year.
Members donated different items to Anchor House Family Assistance Center and Food Pantry in Seymour.
Mildred Fenneberg read a story entitled “The Month After Christmas” to close the meeting.
The club conducted its January meeting at the home of Ileen Nehrt.
President Maysel Thomas opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and led the club creed.
Nehrt gave devotions on “A Christian Comforter.”
Members answered roll call with their favorite snow time activity.
Millie Otte gave the secretary’s report, and the treasurer’s report was given by Fenneberg.
The cheer committee sent cards to family members in the hospital.
Nehrt showed some adult coloring books and pencils.
The health and safety lesson was given by Rose Elmer on prescription drug myths.
Margie Nash gave the citizenship lesson on President George Washington and said residents prayed for themselves and the whole nation.
Thomas read a humorous letter from a Kentucky mother to her son.
Joyce Hackman reported on some cleaning things to use around the house.
Elmer received the hostess gift.
The hostess served a cake, nuts and drinks around her kitchen table.
The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 9 at the home of Grace Stuckwisch.