Radcliff Woman’s Club members gather for February meeting

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Members of the Radcliff Woman’s Club were seeing red at the February meeting as members wore red in recognition of heart month, Valentine’s Day and love.


Red permeated the meeting including refreshments of strawberry punch, cherry cobbler and other treats.

The spiritual reading portion was presented by Arveeda Gordon, the story of the elderly couple who defied criticism to keep their much loved, aged horse. Sometime later it was the old equine that was able to lead the other animals from the barn to safety during an unexpected barn fire.

Gordon’s story was followed by more information as Emma Day of Home Life introduced guest speaker Robin Hildesheim of Tender Touch. Tender Touch is an in-home care agency.

Hildesheim explained that Tender Touch was started 10 years ago with one caregiver, but now has 125 caregivers in 13 counties. The agency primarily provides companion care, personal care, light laundry, transportation and respite care. It also provides state certified adult daycare services with a trained staff.

The business portion of the meeting ensued with more heart-inspired focus, which included: sending 70 Valentine cards to the veterans at the Robley-Rex Medical Center in Louisville, taking up contributions for the American Heart Association; collecting canned goods for the less fortunate to be distributed at the Fourth District conference; and agreeing to remember each member’s birthday by sending her a card.

Area women who are interested in learning more about the Radcliff Woman’s Club may attend the next meeting at 6:30 p.m. April 8 at Colvin Community Center.