RACINE — A donation to the Meigs County Council on Aging was made, and plans were completed for fund raising activities during the recent meeting of the Sonshine Circle held at Bethany Church.
Discussed was a bake and rummage sale to be held on Feb. 21 and 22 at the church for the benefit of maintenance expenses of the church. Plans were also made to make noodles for an Easter sale in March.
Martha King presided at the meting which opened with devotions including scripture Romans 4:8 and a reading of ‘Jesus is a Friend’. Kathryn Hart opened the business meeting with secretary and treasurer reports by Mary Ball and Ann Zirkle. Edie Hubbard reported that 99 cards had been signed by members and sent. The cards were provided by Hart. Thank you notes were received from the Kenny Rose family, Jo Allen and Don Roush, Zirkle, Roberta Swisher and Mabel Brace. Donations were accepted from Roush, Zirkle and Swisher.
Hart read a list of the accomplishments of the group in 2012 as prepared by Zirkle.
Hubbard, King and Blondena Rainer had the program for the evening. Hubbard had M&M games, with Wilma Smith being the winner. She read “He Loves You” by Helen Steiner Rice. Rainer read “Stop the Conspiracy.”
Refreshments were served by the hostesses to Jan McKee, Betty Proffitt, Letha Proffitt, Jackie White, Wilma Smith, Lillian Hayman, Ruth Simpson, Denise Holman, Mildred Hart, Mabel Brace, Louise Frank, Evelyn Foreman, Mary Ball, Ann Zirkle, Kathryn Hart, and two guests, Sarah Fowler and Kay Holman.
Letha Proffitt won the door prize. The next meeting will be at the church on March 14. All area women are invited to attend.