Sauers Extension Homemakers Club met at the home of Grace Stuckwisch for its February meeting.
President Maysel Thomas opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and led the club creed.
Stuckwisch gave devotions on “Ashes Ashes.”
Members answered roll call by answering “What would be your perfect Valentine gift to get or to give?”
Millie Otte gave the secretary’s report, and the treasurer’s report was given by Mildred Fenneberg.
Thomas attended the council meeting and reported that the Jackson County Homemakers made a profit of $646.50 at its bake sale in November. That will be awarded to a Jackson County senior who has chosen a career in the health and science field.
Achievement night will be May 14 with more details to be announced at a later date.
Members were asked to read for the Head Start reading program.
Each club is asked to fill a backpack for children placed in foster care. Each member will bring different items to the March 10 meeting.
Stuckwisch reported on the cheer committee.
The health and safety lesson was given by Rose Elmer on glucosamine and chondroitin.
Project leader Joyce Hackman gave a lesson on Jell-O. It has been one of the most popular desserts for 120 years.
A prize was won by Ileen Nehrt and Stuckwisch for Valentine vocabulary.
Fenneberg received the hostess gift.
Nehrt read some humorous sayings to close the meeting.
The hostess served a Jell-O salad, cheese spread, crackers and drinks.
The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. March 10 at the home of Delores Eggersman.