The March 12, 2020 Fallen Timber-Leopold C.E.O.S. club was called to order by President Sue Ross. Linda presented
devotions “Every Opportunity,” based on Colossians 4:2-6, Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders. She also led in prayer.
Treasury report by Barbara Wellings recorded up to date with all bills paid. Volunteer hours and books read and recorded, food pantry money collected.
Dates to remember: March 21, 7:00 P.M., Candidate’s Night at Oxford Grange Hall; April 14, County Council at the Park at 10:00 A.M., Covered Dish; April 19th, Smith Community Dinner Baked Steak; April 26th, Benefit Dinner at the Park, 11:30; May 2nd, Spring Into Health and Wellness at the Park. Sponsored by FRN and CEOS, lunch served, blood analysis 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. You may get your Food Handlers Card at this time.
Sue gave everyone a paper explaining volunteer hours. Cookbook recipes may be given to Sue or taken to County Council. Next month bring in your natural cleaners.
On April 4th the St. Clara Super Novas 4-H Club will be taking meals to the Childers Manor residents for Easter. Health motivator assistant, Terri, brought our attention to March “What Is Gentle Yoga?” Try a new yoga pose each week and practice it at least five days during that week. The lesson “Communication Between Generations,” was presented by Barbara Foster. There are 23,000 children being cared for solely by their grandparents. This can present a problem with communications, considering the age of the child. The grandparent must think on the positive side andf not on the negative side. Earlene & Barbara Foster served lunch.
Present: Sue Ross, Linda Ross, Earlene Foster, Barbara Foster, Betty Crofford, Phyllis Ruppert, Kathy Ireland, Terri Riffee, Barbara Wellings, Sylvia Rastle.