Hearts of Home Extension Homemakers Club met June 15.
After lunch at a Seymour restaurant, the meeting was conducted at Mary McIntosh’s home.
President Glenda Neawedde opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance, and the thought for the day entitled “What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity.”
The Tell-A-Homemaker news was distributed.
McIntosh gave a citizenship lecture titled “The History of Flag Day.”
Janet Jarvis gave lessons on Indiana history, “Lafayette — Pizza King” and “The World’s First Pay Toilet.”
Devotions were given by Debbie Shubert titled “We are one nation under God and always have been.”
Neawedde read “Happiness.”
Members made a donation to member Susan Robbins’ son, Lloyd, who is fighting cancer.
The next meeting will be July 21 at Stahl’s Cafe and Deli in Brownstown.