Tri Kappa associate chapter of Seymour met at 6 p.m. Dec. 8 at Stahl’s Cafe and Deli in Ewing.
There were 19 members present.
President Ruth Ann Rebber led the invocation and prayer, and she thanked committee members, chairwoman Terrye Davidson, Paula Sinclair, Becki Thompson, Brenda Papin, Cecily Noelker and Debbie Laitinen.
After dinner, Rebber led the business meeting. Reports by officers were given. Thank-you cards from Mental Health and Province II Officer Kathryn Stahl were read by corresponding secretary Nita Bridges.
Rebber thanked Libby Roberts for delivering Barb’s Scarves to the cancer center for distribution.
Nancy Wolter suggested the club reach out to homebound members. The telephone committee will share names of those who are homebound due to illness or serving as caregivers.
A monetary donation of $150 by members was collected for Community Provisions of Jackson County, and Noelker agreed to disburse the funds.
Christmas games were led by Laitinen, and handmade gift towels made by Laitinen were awarded as prizes to the game winners, Jan Warren, Laura Kirtley, Rachel Galloway, Roberts and Bridges.
The next meeting will be at 6 p.m. April 12 at Stahl’s Cafe and Deli with a tour of Ewing Antiques, owned and operated by Todd Darlage, as the planned activity after dinner.
Members recited the closing verse.