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Jr. Delphians meet in Christanelli home


Members of the Henrietta Junior Delphian Club participated in the Pioneer Reunion parades in September. THeir entry was "Yokohama Mama's".

The Junior Delphian Club met Thursday, Sept. 22, in the home of hostess Townly Christanelli for their regular bi-monthly meeting.

President Allyson Moore presided over the meeting which was opened with roll call.  Darlene Lyde brought to the attention of the club that the Henrietta Volunteer Fire Department was having a fund raising campaign day on Saturday, Oct. 8, at the new fire department and that they would be having a bake sale and asked the club members to donate bake goods for the sale if they could.

Minutes from the last minute were read by Secretary Christie Newberry and were approved as read.  A “big hand” was given to Charlene Offield for a job well done in organizing the members with the theme and costumes for the Clay County Pioneer Reunion parade.  Club members wore costumes and presented themselves as the Yokohoma Mama’s.  A fun time was had by all.

A program was presented by Jan Slagle on “What does it mean to ‘Live Well’”.  She read famous and not so famous quotes and told the club which ones were her favorite.  The Critics corner was presented by Jaquetta Graves who stated that we need to be reminded that life is short and busy, and we have been busy. She thanked Mrs. Slagle for reminding us of that with her quotes.

A meal was prepared by Mrs. Christanelli and presented to members attending including Tracie Barry, Angela Belcher, Carolyn Chapin, Betty Ellsworth, Mary Erskine, Bettye Franklin, Mrs. Graves, Sherri Halsell, Sheri Hood, Mrs. Lyde, Mary Maddox, Mrs. Moore, Christie Newberry, Mrs. Offield, Shell Pickett, Debbie Sauer, Mrs. Slagle, Jordan Stubblefield and life member Bobbie Holman.


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