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Jr. Delphians learn about detox

By Shell Pickett
Club Historian, Reporter

The Junior Delphian Club of Henrietta met Jan. 27 in the home of hostess Barbara Wynn. The meeting was called to order by Treasurer Mary Erskine and roll was called by Secretary Christie Newberry.  Minutes from the Jan. 12 were read and approved.

Announcements made were by Newberry and Shell Pickett that the next two meetings would be held at the Clay County Farm Bureau meeting room.

Erskine read a request from the Henrietta Project Graduation organizers for a monetary donation to help support the 80 seniors to have a drug and alcohol free evening during graduation.  The group decided that this event is a worthy project and voted unanimously to contribute.

The program was presented to the group by Wynn who introduced her guest Kim Parker.  “Living today well!” is the theme for this year so Parker presented a program on the health benefits of ionic foot detox.  She had each member put their name in a box for a drawing and the two lucky women had the detox preformed on them.  Angela Belcher and Cheryl Jackson were the two names drawn from the box and had the pleasure of enjoying the effects of the demonstration.  Parker went on to explain to the group how the detox can relieve pain and tension, improve sleep, remove worms and parasites from the body, purify the blood and lymphatic system and lowers levels of aluminum in the bloodstream.

A lovely meal was prepared by Sheri and Eddie Hood and served to 20 active members and one guest, including Traci Barry, Angela Belcher, Kim Booher, Julia Crane, Mary Erskine, Bettye Franklin, Jacquetta Graves, Sheri Hood, Darlene Lyde, Mary Maddox, Christie Newberry, Shell Pickett, Melissa Prigmore, Debbie Sauer, Jan Slagle, Jordan Stubblefield, June Trent, Barbara Wynn, Bobbie Holman, Cherly Jackson and Kim Parker.


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