Derringer family reunion planned for Sunday
Descendants of Charlie and Goldie Maude Sipes Derringer and Ernie and Lula Derringer will meet Sunday at the Bard Street Park, Crothersville.
Dinner will begin at 1 p.m. Those planning to attend are being asked to bring table service, food and drinks and items for the auction.
Brownstown choir concert set for Oct. 25
Brownstown Central Middle School choirs will present their fall show at 7 p.m. Oct. 25 in the high school auditorium.
The show will feature the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade choirs performing fun selections and students performing solos on the choir selections.
The choirs will combine to present “Green Eggs and Ham,” “I See The Light,” “In Our Children’s Eyes” and “Music Is My Life.”
The sixth-grade choir will sing “Children’s Rhyme Hand Jive,” “The Boll Weevil,” “The Best Darn Country of the World” and “Fireflies.”
The seventh- and eighth-grade choirs will perform “Friends On Broadway,” “Grandma’s Feather Bed,” “Ordinary Miracle,” Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow” and “Planet Rock.”
Soloists are Conner Adams, Hunter Curry, Noah Reynolds, Cristen Crane, Arianna Kellogg, Derek Prewitt, Claire Pullen, Bailey Blake, Brenden Pattman, K.C. Lowry and Megan White.
Accompanists for the program are Alexis Koch and Jan Willey.
Lights and sound are under the direction of Mark Meadows and Marcia Anderson. The choirs are under Willey’s direction.
The concert is free and open to the public. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
Friends and Neighbors Homemakers meet
Friends and Neighbors met in September with members in attendance.
Shirley Sears opened the meeting with the reading of the club creed, the collect and Pledge of Allegiance.
Sears also gave the prayer, and Ann Ulmer led in singing “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
Ruby Niccum gave devotions by reading an article called “Believers Purpose,” then reported the homemakers fundraiser needs volunteers to bake food for the bake sale.
Joan Davidson gave the health and safety report on the importance of clean living and how it deters heart disease.
Martha McIntyre gave the citizenship report on the importance of voting.
Georgiann Coons with the Family Nutrition Program attended as a guest. Coons and her family live in Seymour.
Her work involves meeting people who need lessons on the best nutrition for their families. She used a divided plate to show the proper size that servings of food should be.
She also talked about colas, sugar and reading labels on cans for sodium content. She said people should drink a glass of water before eating to help curb their appetites. When reading labels, if a word ends in ose, it’s hidden sugar.
Her job includes working with Anchor House, Provisions and anywhere food stamps are used. She also teaches basic living skills at Centerstone.
Coons said the best way to get rid of sodium in canned food is strain it and rinse the food with water then heat it. She also talked about white flour versus whole-grain flour. She said it was important to read labels. She offers nine different classes involving nutrition that are available to anyone.
When she was done, she made a pumpkin smoothie drink using canned pumpkin. She suggested everyone go to Pioneer Cookbook on the Internet for great recipes.
The meeting was closed in prayer. Carol Bobb served cherry fluff, butter pretzels, snickerdoodle cookies, coffee and tea.
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