Hat­ley - Stanstead Women’s In­sti­tute

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Aftera nice hot sum­mer, fall is set­ting in and The Hat­ley - Stanstead Women›s In­sti­tute met at the home of Mel and Phyl Dustin on Septem­ber 6th. 2012. The hostesses served Cherry cheese cake, an­gel cake and non-sweet­ened gin­ger cake. Phyl­lis wel­comed ev­ery­one and voiced birthday wishes to those cel­e­brat­ing birth­days in Au­gust and Septem­ber (Velma & Jackie)

The Motto for Septem­ber: One who thinks by the inch, talks by the yard, needs to be moved by the foot. Roll Call was an­swered by nine mem­bers nam­ing their favourite Fairy Tale, as trea­surer Velma col­lected our monies. Min­utes of the last meet­ing were read by sec­re­tary Barb He­witt. Velma Eryou sub­mit­ted the trea­surer›s re­port, show­ing a favourable bal­ance. A do­na­tion was made to Maple Hill Ceme­tery in mem­ory of Elane Wil­son. A lovely note was re­ceived and read from Scotty Miller. Sum­mer Is­sue of the Quebec Women›s In­sti­tute News­let­ter was handed out. Re­flec­tions on the tea room were heard and at the most it was a very suc­cess­ful day. Barb He­witt was in charge of our Quebec Women›s In­sti­tute Hand­i­craft Com­pe­ti­tion. Our Ex­hibit was well pre­sented and tied for first place in the Ladies Depart­ment at the Ayer›s Cliff Fair. Barb handed the items back to those who made them. Time was spent plan­ning the County meet­ing in Oc­to­ber. Com­mit­tee re­ports were from Jean Cass on the proper way to plant daf­fodils. Elvera spoke on Ed­u­ca­tion, say­ing school was in full swing. Our next meet­ing will be held in Hat­ley on Oc­to­ber 4th.

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