W.I Hat­ley-Stanstead Meet­ing

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TheHat­ley-Stanstead North Women’s In­sti­tute met in the Hat­ley United Church Hall for their Oc­to­ber 2014 meet­ing. Pres­i­dent Phyl­lis opened the meet­ing at 10:30 a.m. by thank­ing ev­ery­one for com­ing.

The Motto: Let us go forth re­freshed with a song in our hearts.

Roll Call: Name an up lifting song. “You are My Sun­shine” was one, an­swered by 8 mem­bers.

Tea money and monthly dues were col­lected. Rev. Doreen passed around the Sun­shine Bank.

Sec­re­tary Bar­bara Hewitt read the min­utes of the June meet­ing. There were no er­rors or omis­sions.

Business aris­ing, Irene Humphrey re­ported that she and Phyl­lis Dustin went to visit Phyl­lis Knapp. They had a most en­joy­able visit. While there we all got a sur­prise. We all were treated to a Hot fudge Sun­dae for ev­ery­one. Be­fore leav­ing Phyl­lis and Irene pre­sented Phyl­lis with a lap quilt made by Jackie Til­ton and signed by our W I mem­bers The quilt was gra­ciously ac­cepted by Phyl­lis with many thanks.

Pres­i­dent Phyl­lis gave a short up­date on the Mas­saw­ippi Val­ley Health Cen­tre. It now has over 600 mem­bers, and a pub­lic meet­ing is com­ing up on Novem­ber 18th to give mem­bers an up­date and an­swer any ques­tions.

Trea­surer’s Re­port was read, show­ing a favourable bal­ance.

The Q W I Sum­mer News­let­ter was handed out to those present. Six of our mem­bers had at­tended a lovely day with the Bury W I. We had a very de­li­cious lun­cheon and en­joyed be­ing in­cluded in their monthly meet­ing, which was fol­lowed by a so­cial hour with tea and cook­ies.

Rev. Doreen gave her Sun­shine Re­port and cards will be sent out.

Con­ven­tion Re­port: Rev Doreen, Phyl­lis Dustin, Irene Humphrey and Dyanne Saanum had at­tended Con­ven­tion, which cel­e­brated the 100 year that the W I had their Con­ven­tion at Macdon­ald Col­lege.

Hat­ley-Stanstead en­tered in the Craft Ex­hibit and won first prize on their Fas­ci­na­tor hat, which was the idea of Barb Hewitt and made by Jean Cass. Good job girls.

Barb re­ported on the County Fair Craft Ex­hibit where we placed sec­ond in the com­pe­ti­tion.

Plans were made for the Novem­ber An­nual Meet­ing to be held at Irene Humphrey’s. Con­venors Re­ports:

Agri­cul­ture: Phyl­lis gave a re­port that she, Mel and grand­daugh­ter Bri­ana Bouchard had at­tended the Sher­brooke Ex­per­i­men­tal Farm open house. It was very ed­u­ca­tional and in­ter­est­ing, es­pe­cially the cow barn and the ex­per­i­men­tal labs. Memo­rial Ser­vice for Novem­ber 8th 2014 at 2:30 p.m., at Christ Angli­can Church, Stanstead. Light lunch fol­low­ing in the Christ Church Hall. Cher­ished girl­friend Wendy, fa­ther of Kelly (Yan­nick), son of Doris Nicholson and the late Wil­liam Cun­ning­ton, brothers and sis­ters; Keith (Betty), Jack (Lau­rie), San­dra (Keith), Dora (Michel), Cindy (Norm). Grand­daugh­ters Alexia and Emma, aunts, un­cles, cousins and friends. Novem­ber 1st, 2008 - Novem­ber 1st, 2014 In loving mem­ory of Irene John­ston who passed away 6 years ago

on Novem­ber 1st, 2008. It hardly seems like 6 years. Sadly missed and re­mem­bered by fam­ily and friends. Love

The Fam­ily Chil­dren, Grand­chil­dren and

Great Grand­chil­dren

Health & Com­mu­nity Liv­ing: Rev. Doreen had many in­ter­est­ing ar­ti­cles to tell us about. The more colour­ful and dark your vegetables are the bet­ter they are for you. So are spices like pep­per, curry and ginger. Ro­main let­tuce is eas­ier to di­gest than ice berg. IPads are caus­ing prob­lem for young kids who are un­able to sleep. It gives them a lack of em­pa­thy and they have no so­cial skills. An ar­ti­cle about the con­cerns of English cit­i­zens not get­ting some ser­vices in English. Restau­rants chang­ing their menus to move to­wards more sal­ads and vegetables. Que­bec to ta­ble bul­ly­ing of Abo­rig­i­nals. A re­port on an Ebola pa­tient in Texas hos­pi­tal.

Her­itage Hos­pi­tals on life support. The high cost of main­te­nance has our prov­ince look­ing at al­ter­nate uses for soon to be

– Passed away at the Brockville Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal, Brockville, On­tario on Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 21st, 2014 at the age of 79 years. Beloved hus­band of Es­mie (nee Trigg). Sur­vived by his step­son Lee (Susan) Col­lett and step grand­chil­dren Cher’i and Du­ran Col­lett, by his brother Nor­man (Dawn) Cham­ber­lain, his sis­ter Meta (Charles) Keeler, and sis­ters-in-law, Jan­ice Cham­ber­lain and Grace Butch­ers, brother-in-law, Rod­ney Bowen. He was pre­de­ceased by his par­ents Nor­man Earle Cham­ber­lain and Ger­maine (Lavoie) Cham­ber­lain, by his brother, Robert Cham­ber­lain and his sis­ter, Elaine Bowen. – Passed away peace­fully at her home in North Hat­ley, QC, on Thurs­day Oc­to­ber 23rd 2014. Bar­bara is sur­vived by her beloved hus­band, Mer­ton Ce­cil Tyler, and by her two sons James and Robin (wife Deb­o­rah), grand­chil­dren Jen­nifer and Jonathan, and is lov­ingly re­mem­bered by her sis­ter Deana McNab. In­ter­ment will be at Beu­lah United Church, Ayer’s Cliff, at a later date. Ar­range­ments en­trusted to

Cass Fu­neral Homes Inc. www.casshomes.ca 819-564-1750. va­cant build­ings. Sleep­ers need pitch black con­di­tions for the body to pro­duce the healthy level of hor­mones that is needed to reg­u­late how the body con­verts food and drink into en­ergy. Jackie Til­ton Phyl­lis Dustin

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