Members of Friends and Neighbors Extension Homemakers Club of Jackson County met for their July meeting at Dairy Queen in Brownstown for a late breakfast.
Ten members were present, and Ruby Niccum led the table blessing.
Outgoing President Donna Abner shared some information she had in hand about project possibilities.
Niccum, the incoming president, led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance and recitation of the club creed. She then called roll call and minutes of the previous meeting.
No formal business meeting had been conducted, but a recollection of the highlights of the group’s trip to the Indiana History Center was given.
Shirley Sears led the group in singing “God Bless the USA,” by Lee Greenwood. She gave some background information about the writing and performances by the author/singer.
Devotional thoughts were given by Martha McIntire concerning learning from the past and taking opportunities when they occur.
Committee reports and old business were given. Louise Cox gave information about heat-related illnesses and how to prevent and treat them.
Those having county fair entries were recognized. A card was circulated for a member undergoing cancer treatment.
Niccum announced that the Bedford District Extension Homemakers fall meeting will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 16 at Camp Pyoca dining hall in Brownstown.
Also, yearbooks for members will be available at the August club meeting, which will be Aug. 23 at D’s Cafe at Freeman Field in Seymour. Judy Carter will make arrangements for the group to have lunch at 12:30 p.m. with the meeting to follow.
Ideas for future meetings/trips were discussed and tabled for decision later. The group adjourned with some going to the fair to view exhibits and displays.
Those attending were Abner, Ruth Bateman, Carol Bobb, Cox, Carter, Joann Davidson, McIntire, Niccum, Sears and Ann Ulmer. Vera Robbins joined those attending the fair.