Elizabethtown Woman’s Club has March meeting

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The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown met March 4 at the Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown.
Melanie Hibbard introduced the guest speaker, Attorney John Scott, who gave the program “Aunt Martha’s Dilemma” about estate planning.
Becky Bishop was introduced as a guest and possible new member. New members joining in Feb-ruary were Gail Hinton, Shelly Gardner and Diane McCamish.
Members were encouraged to buy tickets to the Hosparus Tea. Betty French announced that the club would be participating in another Belk Charity Sale on April 16.
Kay Barrett, student art chair, announced that the winning entries from the club fared well at the District Winter Conference with entries from the club receiving two first-place, two third-place and three second-place ribbons. All students participating were from Central Hardin High School under Mr. Menendez, art teacher.
President Mengel announced that the state convention would be April 14-16 at Crown Plaza Hotel in Louisville. Members were encouraged to volunteer to be delegates.
Members working at both Krogers were thanked for helping with the Shop ‘n’ Share program. The proceeds were donated to SpringHaven.
The meeting was adjourned, and members were encouraged to attend the World Day of Prayer at College Heights Methodist Church.