Clubs Ladies auxiliary hears post reports
The regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to Clay Post #3061 was held Tuesday evening, Jan. 20, with President Elizabeth Fiedler presiding. Roll call of officers was taken and recorded. Chaplain Eileen Johnson offered the opening prayer. Minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. Treasurer's report was filed subject to audit. Barbara Kronaizl reported on the bingo playing at the nursing home for December and January. Christmas gifts for our VFW Auxiliary shut-in was also reported. Correspondence included the reading of General Orders #6, we received thank you letters from Hot Springs Med. Cntr. Veteran Services officers Assn., Royal C. Johnson VA Hospital and VFW National Home. Reports were given on Road to Recovery, Hospice, and Hospital Equipment on loan. Motion made and seconded to give a monetary amount to National convention of Women Veterans to be held in Rapid City in May and to the Royal C. Johnson Hospital Recreational therapy. Motion made/seconded to accept the Audit Report. Next meeting to be held on Feb. 17, 2004.
How to make Snicker Salad
The Coyote Cubs 4-H club met on Sunday, Dec. 21, at the Prairie Lanes Bowling Alley. The club enjoyed an afternoon of bowling. Then the club members and their families went to the 4-H center for pizza, games and a gift exchange. The club members also donated food for the Food Pantry. The Coyote Cubs 4-H club met on Sunday, Jan. 18 at Trinity Lutheran Church. President Laura Aga called the meeting to order. Tony Hubert led the flag pledges. The roll call topic was "A club project idea." The club discussed ideas for a club project. Shelli Knutson read the secretary's report and Kate Renner gave the treasurer's report. Tony Hubert gave the community service coordinator's report. A motion was made to donate $25 to the 4-H Food Stand Challenge. Andrea Lias did a demonstration on Snicker Salad and she was also the hostess. The club made Master Mix for the Food Pantry. The next meeting will be held on March 21. Andrea Lias, Reporter
Board the domino train
Mexican train domino players numbered 11 on Tuesday, Jan. 20. High counts at the two tables were Doris Schmidt and Opal Peterson. Low counts went to Barb Larson and Dorothy Dahlman. On Thursday, Jan. 22, seven showed up to play Mexican train dominos. High count went to Opal Marshall and low count went to Karine Amundson. Won't you consider coming and learning this fun game, and teach it to your family, ages 6 to 106? Many of our players are on winter vacation. Now is a good time to come and join us. Fun, fellowship and maybe coffee and cookies, too! Play begins at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.