HIGHFILL EHC RE­PORT

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SHIRLEY PHILPOTT

The Highfill E.H.C. met in the Gen­try Li­brary Oct. 15 for its reg­u­lar meet­ing, with no guests present. The pledge of al­le­giance was re­peated by all. The song, “Let There Be Peas on Earth,” was sung.

Roll call was an­swered with vol­un­teer hours. Seven mem­bers were present, and 224 hours were re­ported.

He­len Zam­brano gave the in­spi­ra­tional thoughts, “When the Cats speak English,” which was en­joyed by all. Com­mit­tee re­ports were given. Nov. 30 will be the fall coun­cil meet­ing. Jeanie Hitt­son will make the club’s hol­i­day cen­ter­piece. The com­mu­nity ser­vice project will be “A Place to Call Home,” and it is in Sul­phur Springs.

Cul­tural Arts were dis­cussed. There are sev­eral things to make. Jeanie Hitt­son had sev­eral stuffed pump­kins she had made. Effie By­ers had the les­son en­ti­tled “Eat­ing Health­fully with Di­a­betes.” It was very in­for­ma­tive.

The meet­ing ad­journed with the read­ing of the Homemak­ers Prayer.

There was no reg­u­lar meet­ing in Septem­ber but the club met at the li­brary on Sept. 18 and cut and sewed 107 port pil­lows for High­lands On­col­ogy Cen­ter in Rogers. Peggy Dil­lahunty and Mary Ellen Mc­Dow­ell de­liv­ered them. Twelve mem­bers worked on them.

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