MAYSVILLE -- Members of the Maysville Extension Homemakers Club met at the Community Building for the January regular meeting and lunch hosted by Melinda Crawley. The meeting was opened by Vice President Jane Wilber, with the welcome and pledge to the flag.
Melinda Crawley led the group singing "Amazing Grace." It is inspiring when we stop and ponder just how great God's grace is!
Melinda gave the lesson on when to buy and tips on building your savings. A list of the best month to buy as well as the day of the week was given. Some tips on saving were to pay yourself first, use payroll deductions for savings, save coupon money and try to cut out all unnecessary spending. A good question to ask yourself is "Do I really need it?" If the answer is no, you may decide not to buy.
Cultural Art by Melinda was a glass coffeepot planted with succulent plants.
Roll call, minutes and financial report were given by club secretary Gwen Singleton. Melinda gave a report on the use of the community building.
Jane reported a new hot water tank has been installed, so there is once again hot water at the Community Building. Playground equipment repair is expected to begin soon.
Reports were given on the community Thanksgiving dinner, fall County Council and club Christmas party.
County project Little Hats, Big Hearts (crocheted hats) need to be turned in at the extension office by Jan. 28.
Cultural Art basket weaving workshop will be Feb. 21. The fee is $25. Preregistration is required and will be limited to 12. The Community Yard Sale will be April 5-6.
The meeting adjourned with the Homemaker's Prayer.Community on 02/06/2019
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