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EAST LIVERPOOL — The McLain Circle of the Grace Presbyterian Church met at Crickster’s Restaurant for dinner then went to Leah Bosco’s home for their meeting.
The Bible study was “God’s Saving Power” from the Max Lucado study book.
Jane Rose had the mission study. She told of the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and their quick response to the Las Vegas tragedy. They sent pastoral support to the hospitals, opened church doors for prayer and shelter and provided food and drinks.
The Mission Yearbook of Prayer was given by Phyllis Conley. She related the work of the Upper Ohio Valley Presbytery. They have a partnership with a church in Malawi and have sent members of the Presbytery on mission trips there.
The Fellowship of the Least Coin was given by Leah Bosco. Her article was from 11Kings and the title of the article was “The Slave Girl who Saved Her Master”.
Plans were made for the women of the church to participate in the upcoming Thank Offering service.
An announcement was made of a Christian movie “Alone Yet Not Alone” that will be shown in the church basement on October 12th at 6:30. This is free and open to the public.
The November meeting will be at the home of Marcia Gualtier.
EAST LIVERPOOL — TOPS 2231 met at Always Best Care 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 report. Both were approved as read.
Fouse was the TOPS and officer best loser. Verla Betteridge was the KOPS best loser. Mary Wolf is in leeway. Fouse came back from vacation with a loss.
Stephens won the calorie charts, Fouse won the dimes, and Anita Kukich won the 50/50.
The no-nos are ice cream, cookies and no eating after dinner.
Area Regional Coordinator Captain, Dianna Herbert, visited the Chapter and shared her program on “Tune Up With TOPS”.
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.