Point Pleasant Ladies Aide
NEW CUMBERLAND - The Point Pleasant Ladies Aide held their meeting on Oct. 10, at the Point Pleasant Methodist Church on Wylie Ridge with Vice President Louanne Huff calling the meeting to order.
The tables were decorated with model ships, globes, magnifying glasses, leaves, candles, ivy, and maps to correlate with the theme of the evening, "Discovery."
Louanne Huff led the group in a blessing , and the members enjoyed a "themed" luncheon.
Louanne Huff lit the memory candle to remember the members who were unable to attend due to illness, shut-in, obligations, or traveling.
A special welcome was given to Ilene Snyder as a perspective member.
The devotions were given by Marian Caine as she shared a reading entitled "Shopping In Heaven's Grocery Store." Many items could be purchased in Heaven's Grocery Store - patience, love, understanding, faith, wisdom, strength, courage, grace, salvation, prayer, peace, joy, song and praises.
Louanne Huff shared a reading entitled, "Discovering God's Will".
Mick Goffoli read the minutes and the thank you cards sent to the group. Kathleen McDonald gave the financial report, and she announced the winners of the baskets at the fairs: Sharon Rice won the basket at the Old Time Fair and Dan Herron won the basket at the Riverfest.
The Ladies Aide has afghans for sale at the new reduced price of $25. Please call Roni Polling at 304-564-5378 if you are interested in purchasing an afghan. They are available in Forest Green, Maroon and Navy Blue.
A "Coat Committee" was formed to distribute coats to the local schools. The members on the committee are Patty Bruce, Ilene Snyder and Ruth Fuller.
A new garbage can will be donated for the Fellowship hall at the church. A donation was made to the New Cumberland Food Closet.
The members shared their concerns and requested prayer for each.
The November meeting will be a covered-dish dinner held at the church. Each member is to share the recipe for the dish they bring. The hostesses for the evening were Karen Randolph, Marian Caine and Sharon Manypenny.
In closing, the members sang "God Be With You 'Till We meet Again."
EAST LIVERPOOL - Tops Ohio 1341 met Oct. 15 at the Glenmoor Presbyterian Church.
Leader, Nancy Kelly, opened the meeting with some words of wisdom and led the club in the pledges. Dorothy Gain read a poem about fall. 24 weighed in.
Sis Meredith was best loser and Marwynne Serafy was runner up. Losing 3 weeks in a row were Betty James and Sally Nicholson. Sue Van Sickle was 3 times in the losers book. Serafy and Da la hold the travel boxes. Varney won the $10 check contest.
Recognized for attendance were James and Peg Barker for 8 weeks, Kelly and Kitti Phillips for 16 weeks, Jean Dinch and Barb Hill, 24 weeks and Varney for 56 weeks.
Gini Jackson dressed in a Robin Hood costume presented an interesting program on health issues and the importance of having regular check-ups and certain tests. She gave each member an apple and pumpkin seeds and gave out some items in a drawing with winners being Hill.
Serafy, Barker, Darlene Naukam, Cheryl Price and Joan Burlingame. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer.