Club notes


Mission Society

Shirley Hutzel recently hosted seven members of the Clear Fork Mission Society.

Everyone enjoyed lunch prior to the meeting.

President Carol Beal opened the meeting with “The way to be happy is to make others happy.”

Debbie Murray read a devotional about a beautiful wardrobe. Clad yourself in compassion, gentleness, kindness, humility, and the Christ-like accessory – love.

Shirley Hutzel reported that at Neighborhood Ministries God is taking the combined gifts of staff, interns and volunteers to make a tremendous impact on those that they serve.

Cambridge Association Women’s meeting will be May 7 at 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Byesville. The speaker will be from Samaritan’s House for the Homeless. Those attending are asked to bring items to share, such as canned foods, paper towels, napkins, toilet paper, tissues or personal items (deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, combs, soap).

The Women’s Conference will be June 13-15 in Columbus.

Frankie Dean’s “Love Gift” stated that this service we do is not just to the people but to God’s service.

Debby Shugart led the program based on Chapter 4 “Stressed Out” from “Living Above Worry and Stress.”

Willing Workers

West Union Willing Workers met for its March meeting at PJ’s Restaurant in New Concord with eight in attendance.

Jane Lowry read a poem titled, “Do Not Walk Alone.”

Members answered roll call by telling if they feel they have the luck of the Irish.

Lowry completed her quilt. Some of the squares were at least 47-years-old. Everyone was asked to bring their squares to the next meeting on April 12 at the home of June and Karen Bash.


Homemakers met at New Concord Presbyterian Church for a covered-dish lunch. Corrine Ross served as hostess.

There were seven members and one guest, Barb Pittman, in attendance for the monthly meeting.

Judy Hoffer opened the meeting by leading the group in reciting the Homemakers Creed.

Pam Montgomery will be guest speaker at the Achievement Day Luncheon on April 26 at Pleasant Grove Church. The event will begin with registration at 9:30 a.m.

Next meeting will be April 11 with Jane Lowry hosting.

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