Hearts of Home Extension Homemakers Club recently met at Batar Cafe east of Seymour.
Linda Lock led in group in prayer before lunch was served. Five members and a guest, Lola Edington, answered roll call by naming their favorite state to visit.
President Glenda Neawedde led members in reciting the club creed and Pledge of Allegiance. “Friends are: Like flowers in the garden of life” and the “Sage Saying” were read.
Lock gave devotions “Ready for Glory.”
Upcoming events include Extension Homemakers Achievement Night on Thursday with the theme being “A Night of Fun.” Randy Ollis, a meteorologist with WISH-TV, will be the guest speaker.
The Madison District Spring Lesson Bazaar will be May 14 at the Jennings County Public Library.
Glenda Neawedde gave the lesson “Lifelong Learning” and listed 10 benefits.
Susan Robbins led in singing “In the Good Old Summertime,” with some of the Batar staff singing along.
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