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  • Tuesday, February 17, 2015 6:39 PM
    The Montgomery County Retired Teachers Association met at the Crawfordsville Public Library for its February meeting. Fifty-two members were in attendance. Allen's Catering provided a delicious lunch including home-made pies. Vice-President Larry Manlove introduced our speaker, Scott Bowling , Superintendent of the Crawfordsville School Corporation. Mr. Bowling received a degree in engineering from Rose Hulman but desired to make an impact on the future through teaching. He became a math teacher, then principal, assistant superintendent and became took the job of Superintendent after the retirement of Dr. Kathy Steele. Although this is a difficult time to be a teacher, he tells his staff that the goal is to get up every morning and do the best they can to help the students of Indiana. 
  • Thursday, February 12, 2015 7:33 PM
    The Gamma Xi chapter of Psi Iota Xi met on Feb. 2, 2015.

    Our chapter voted unanimously to approve a donation to support travel and speaker fees for author Candice Fleming who is coming to visit the Crawfordsville Community Schools.

    Prospective member forms were presented for several new sisters. Pledging will take place on March 30th.

    Gamma Xi will hold another Preschool Hearing and Speech Screening Day for the community on March 21st from 9am-12pm. This event will take place at Crawfordsville Audiology and is free of charge. The sisters will also complete hearing screenings for the Crawfordsville Community School Corporation as part of Kindergarten round-up on April 24th. 
  • Sunday, January 04, 2015 6:02 PM
    Dubble Duzzen Extension Homemakers

    It's time for 'A Very Merry Christmas Party.' All members of the Dubble Duzzen Extension Homemakers received a 'special' invitation to join our hostess, Peggy Dixon, at The Right Track for a luncheon and party on Dec. 17 at noon. What a wonderful atmosphere to gather in with special friends to celebrate the holidays. Many of us remember the depot as children. A time when passenger trains were the norm for a community. 
  • Thursday, December 18, 2014 6:26 PM
    The Christmas spirit was high as The Flower Lovers Garden Club met for their annual luncheon and installation of our 2015 officers.

    Thirty-five members joined in the fun at Allen's Country Kitchen. The banquet room was decorated in holiday colors and members Mary Philpott and Meribeth Kussmaul made beautiful table center pieces for the festive tables and then gifted them to other members after the luncheon...thank you ladies.

    This event was hosted by the Executive Committee; Paula Furr, Donna Walton, Becky Hankins, Anita Arnold, Priscilla Zachary, Pat Porterfield, Carolyn Fisher and Donna Stewart...and brings to a close our 2014 calendar.

    We finished up the luncheon with our favorite "Dirty Santa" game, which always brings laughter and surprises as we opened, shared and stole garden related gifts from each other. 
  • Sunday, December 14, 2014 7:08 PM
    Autumn Embers

    The Autumn Embers Extension Homemakers club met on Nov. 25 at the home of Lori Chadd who welcomed everyone to her Inside-Out Vintage Home & Garden Antique Shop. The outside entry was decked with holiday lights. The guests walked across the lawn to her house for the meeting. Everyone gathered around the dining table for tasty fall refreshments. Those attending the meeting were; Chadd, Denise Dossett, Lorie Servies, Barb Tatum, Susie Keffer, Carla Bridwell, Patty Linn, Mary Melvin and two young guests Josie and Azure Hartwell. 
  • Thursday, December 11, 2014 7:07 PM
    Harmony Eighteen Extension Homemakers met at First Baptist Church on Dec. 4 for their Christmas dinner. A potluck dinner was enjoyed by 10 members.

    After lunch President Sharyn Adams called the meeting to order and led members in saluting flags and repeating creed and mission statement. The minutes from October and November were read, corrected and approved. Members answered roll call with their family's favorite Christmas dinner

    Members present were Sharyn Adams, Barbara Alward, Ann Brewer, Jean Chadwick, Lucy Moore, Hulah Odell, Marilyn Peterman, Marge Rush, Janet Rusk and Elizabeth Zachary.

    There were no anniversaries or birthdays this month. Barbara led us in singing Happy Birthday Jesus and Jingle Bells. 
  • Tuesday, December 09, 2014 7:59 PM
    Sue Tandy opened her home for the November meeting of the Dubble Duzzen Home Extension Club. Each member brought two or three items to donate to the Fish Food Bank. President Peggy Dixon called the meeting to order. She welcomed members and guest, Pam Isenberg. Members present were: Sue Foy, Doris White, Becky Thompson, Marcia Neel, Sue Tandy, Linda Cooper, Eulah Jaynes, Sandy Caldwell, Marilyn Lewis, Judy Tulley, Pat Hall, and Peggy Dixon.

    The food for thought for November was "Who are you to judge the life I live?

    I know I'm not perfect-and I don't live to be. But before you point your fingers, make sure your hands are clean." The flag salutes to the American and Christian flags, the creed and the mission statement were repeated by everyone.

    Sue Foy gave the inspiration message titled "Known but to God." She said that at the Arlington National Cemetery there is a memorial tomb that contains the remains of unknown soldiers from various wars of our country. The inscription on the tomb reads: "Here rests in honored glory an American soldier known but to God." We honor these men and women who put their lives on the line for us, our nation and our freedom. Greatness is not found in power, prestige, or wealth, but in character, goodness to others, service and humility. These are found in our military men and women. The most important thing in life is to be known to god and to know him as your personal Savior.

    Sue Tandy led the song of the month "Over the River We Go." Everyone joined in singing "Happy Birthday" to Becky Thompson who celebrated a November birthday.

    The roll call question was to share your favorite turkey fact from your book. It was quite interesting the many turkey facts and other facts that were shared.

    Marilyn Lewis gave the treasure's report. The minutes from October were read and approved. 
  • Friday, November 21, 2014 1:23 PM
    The Epsilon Omega Chapter of Delta Theta Tau met at 7:30 p.m. on November 3, 2014, in the parlor of the First Christian Church. The business meeting was called to order by President Cheryl Keim. 
  • Sunday, November 16, 2014 6:40 PM
    The Autumn Embers Extension Homemakers club met Oct. 30 at the 4-H bldg. The meeting was hosted by club member Tina Shaw who provided a fall decorated table of assorted finger foods and beverages. Those attending were: Shaw, Mary Melvin, Carla Bridwell, Denise Dossett, Lori Chadd, Barb Tatum and Patty Linn. The evening served double purpose as the club marked off the booth spaces for the Holiday Expo Event held on Saturday, Nov. 1. The meeting was opened by President Mary Melvin leading the flag salutes, club creed and mission statement.

    Denise Dossett was appointed Secretary until elections in 2015 as Michelle Ruiz has moved away. Secretary report was read and approved. Lori Chadd gave the Treasurer report. No change from September meeting. Old business reminded all club members of their obligations for the Holiday Expo bake sale, kitchen pies and kitchen help. Chadd passed out fruit and nut orders. New Business followed. The club voted to make monetary donations to the Walnut Twp. Angel Tree, Family Nutrition Program Holiday Event and Mental Health of Montgomery County. Club members were invited to volunteer time helping at the Family Nutrition Holiday Event with set-up 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20 and helping at the Event on Friday, Nov. 21, 9:30 a.m. 
  • Sunday, November 16, 2014 6:40 PM
    The 106th National Convention of Delta Theta Tau Sorority, Inc. was held July 9-13, 2014. Mary Jane Litz, Lambda Sigma, Phoenix, Arizona, served as Convention Coordinator for the "Delt's Northwest Journey" held at the Heathman Lodge, Vancouver, Washington.

    National President, Dona Mostafa, Mu Lambda, Stockton, California, presided at the business meetings during the convention. Delegates from 68 chapters were represented. Attending from Epsilon Omega, Crawfordsville, Indiana, was Gloria Long.

    A combined total from all chapters donated to philanthropic projects during the past year amounted to $593,330.00. The members supported their communities with a total of 140,076 volunteer hours during the last year.

    Of philanthropic interest to members is the National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias and encouraging professionals in the area of Guidance and Counseling. Delta Theta Tau's Education Grant program enables students to continue their studies in the graduate field of Guidance and Counseling. 

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