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EAST LIVERPOOL — TOPS 2231 met at Always Best Care with co-leader Mary Wolf presiding. The meeting opened up with the TOPS and KOPS pledges and roll call.
Cassy Stephens gave the treasurer report. The report was approved as read.
Pam Fouse was the TOPS best loser and Wolf was the KOPS and officers best loser.
Wolf won the calorie charts, Stephens won the dimes, and Anita Kukich won the 50/50. The no-no’s are no eating after dinner.
Kukich had an article on Cancer Detection Guidelines.
The meeting closed with prayer requests followed by the Lord’s Prayer. New and former members are always welcome at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays.
WELLSVILLE — TOPS 1957 of Wellsville met Feb. 6, with leader Peggy Kiddey opening the meeting with pledges, roll call and then Dee Davis led the group in prayer.
TOPS best loser was Davis and Alice Eckstein was the KOPS best loser. Kim Mcgurn won the 50/50 drawing and Eckstein won the calorie chart drawing. Gladys Buzzard was recognized for having lost 20 pounds.
The no-nos for the week are chips and pizza.
Diane Carnegie was given a card shower for her birthday.
Kiddey closed the meeting wishing all a good week.
NEW CUMBERLAND — The New View Community Educational Outreach Service Club held their February meeting at Hancock County Senior Center, with 11 in attendance. Vice President, Barbara Jones, presided over the meeting.
The reflections were presented by Becky Wiegers. Laura Greathouse led in prayer.
County President, Janet Keller, led the members in setting up the 2018 schedule of the hostesses and the lessons for the upcoming months.
Louanne Huff was hostess for the day’s meeting. Jones won the door prize. Guests were Dina Carpenter and Wendy Backus.
Wiegers will be hostess for the March meeting. Members are to bring manicure items.