Friends & Family

Tops 2231

EAST LIVERPOOL — TOPS 2231 met at Always Best Care, St. Clair Ave. on March 6, with leader Pam Anthony presiding. The meeting opened with the TOPS and KOPS pledges and roll call.

Cassy Stephens read the treasurer report and Pam Fouse read the secretary reports. Both were approved as read.

No Gainer week, Anita Kukich was the KOPS best loser and Pam Fouse was the TOPS and officer best loser. Mary Wolf had three weeks in leeway and Dee Kiger had six weeks in leeway.

Stephens won the calorie charts, Fouse won the dimes, Verla Betteridge won the 50/50.

The no-no’s are cookies and no eating after dinner.

Fouse read an article on “What Every Woman Should Know About Her Heart.”

Anthony closed the meeting with prayer requests followed by The Lord’s Prayer. New and former members are always welcome at 5 p.m. Tuesdays.

HC Museum

NEW CUMBERLAND — The regular meeting of the Hancock County Museum Commission was called to order at 6 p.m. at the museum by President, Vivian Weigel, who also led in the pledge to the flag.

Those attending were: Weigel, Janet Keller, John Brenneman, Greg Blake, Lois Carpini, Alice Mitchell, Susan Welch, and Doris Cameron.

Minutes of the previous meeting were approved as mailed.

In the absence of Treasurer, Bob McNeil, his report was submitted. With corrections, the report was placed on file for audit.

Old Business:

By-Laws continue to be studied and explored.

Discussion was heard concerning the impending sale of the lot adjoining the museum. Insufficient information resulted in no action.

New Business:

Keller reported on telephone messages noting a relative of the Marshall family (Edmund Marshall) requested pictures and information about the house. Brenneman will send photos as requested.

Oak Glen High School teacher, Michelle Bernardi, has requested a group student visit to the museum at 8:30 a.m. at a date to be determined. Keller will host, and Brenneman will assist.

Homer Laughlin — Many changes have taken place at this event and after discussion Brenneman moved we suspend our food sales during these sales. Motion was seconded and carried.

Summer hours events, and fundraisers, were discussed with dates and times to be set later.

The business of the day being completed the meeting was adjourned.

The next meeting will be held April 5, 2018 at the museum. All interested citizens welcome.

Area Seniors

EAST LIVERPOOL — The Area Seniors met at Saint Steven’s Church on March 8. Lois Burris set in for President Jean Tomlison. She opened the meeting by having Jo Ann Fickes read from the Bible. Members repeated the Lord’s Prayers, said the pledge to the American flag and sang two verses of “America”. The Secretary Diane Carnegie read the roll call of officers. There were 13 members in attendance.

Gail Grimm gave the treasurer’s report which was read and approved for audit. It was decided to have the Easter Dinner on March 29.

The 50/50 was won by Suzzane Andrews who is sending $25 to the Roberta Shovlin family in her memory.

Carnegie read a joke called “Get Yer Goat”. Ruth Wynn said a joke about there ABC.

Fickes gave the closing prayer and members sang the closing prayer.

Meeting to adjourn was made by Baxter and Alice Eckstein.

Meeting closed for Bingo.

Next meeting will be held on March 15. Anyone 55 and older is welcome to join.