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From burnt biscuits to a variety of shoes, the Radcliff Woman’s Club Oct. 9 meeting was interesting.
Information on how to retain members was shared. Along side the information, the hostess committes provided refreshments.
Arveeda Gordon served up some virtual burnt biscuits — the topic of her devotional. A little burnt biscuita, she explained, is not a big deal for we learn to accept the good and the bad in one another.
Becky Brecht introduced Joyce Bell, Fourth District membership chairman. Bell gave a presentation, serving up a sampling of shoes. She said membership is the sole of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs and displayed different shoes representiong different roles of members. She presented a black shoe, describing a versatile person; a tennis shoe, representing a hardworking member; a white shoe denoting a limited person, but one ready to serve when needed; and a multi-colored shoe, representative of a member capable of doing almost anything.
There were new faces at the meeting, Dea McCrory of La Crescenta Woman’s Club in California was in attendance, in addition to Moira Meyer and Dee Bicek, local residents, who recently joined the club.
During the business portion of the meeting, three issues were discussed, the need to continue saving card fronts, the club’s support of the Sister City Program and participation in Relay for Life.
All area women are invited to the next meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 8 at Colvin Community Center, not the usual second Monday of the month.