New Century Club
EAST LIVERPOOL - The December meeting of the New Century Club was held at Trinity Presbyterian Church with 12 members present. President Rosemary Mackall called the meeting to order. The hostesses were Mrs. Gearhart, Mrs. Mackall and Mrs. Bell.
Minutes from the November meeting were read by Secretary Janet Groubert. There were no corrections or additions. Mrs. Stenger made the motion to accept, Ms. Mossman seconded, motion approved.
Treasurer Gay Ann Mossman reported that the November balance was $338.88. Deposits for the month included $17.63 from the coin jar, $80 in membership dues, and an $18.40 refund from the East Liverpool Country Club bringing the balance to $454.94. Donations in the amount of $50 each were made to Heart Beat of Columbiana County, The United Way, and the Carnegie Library, and postage for the club booklets mailed to associate members was $10. The December balance stands at $294.91. Mrs. Smith made a motion to accept, Mrs. Feldman seconded, treasurers report was accepted.
There was no Old Business to discuss.
New Business. Rosemary pointed out that the active membership is shrinking and asked if members had any suggestions for ladies who might be interested in joining the club? She also pointed out that Ms. Ferello has been absent from the meetings and needs to be replaced on the Program Committee for 2013-2014. Mrs. Groubert and Mrs. Bell volunteered to serve with Mrs. Gearhart.
Mrs. Fricano has offered to serve as January's hostess and Rosemary will assist. The meeting will be held at Mrs. Fricano's home instead of the church.
Mrs. Toot is currently at Calcutta Health Care Center and Mrs. Ryan passed away in November. A card will be sent to Mrs. Toot and a sympathy card will be mailed to Mrs. Ryan's aunt in California. Janet will see that Mrs. Rudibaugh has the address for Mrs. Linnan. A card will also be sent to Mrs. Calhoun at Foxcrest.
A donation in the amount of $25 will be sent to Meals on Wheels in memory of Mrs. Ryan and a lunch plate from today's refreshments will be prepared and dropped off for Mrs. Rudibaugh who does all the club calling.
The roll call was "What is your favorite Christmas movie?" The meeting adjourned so that members could enjoy a medley of Christmas songs performed by Mrs. Walton and Mrs. Sutherland in the church chapel.
A delicious luncheon followed with meatball sandwiches, tossed salad from Casa de Emanuel and assorted flavored cheesecakes. Each member was given a table favor of a stained glass dove ornament made by Mrs. Mackall's niece, Ali James.