by Lana Sue Jones
Our 2018-2019 year started off on Aug. 13, with our brunch hosted by Luella Phipps, co-hosted by Sharyl Henry, Doris Norval, Kay Sewell, Jean Wernel and Sherry Wiseman.
On Sept. 10, we had our first meeting hosted by Sharyl Henry, co-hosted by Su Jones. The committees gave their reports. The old and unfinished business was further discussed about the diaper pantry which we have contributed to.
The opinion, given by Jean Wernel, was a discussion about the City library. Entertainment, presented by Pauline Simone, was notes written by Robert Fulghum on his ideas on life such as these; laughter is the only cure for grief and love is stronger than death.
Evelyn Boyles presented the program on the book “Tea Time for the Traditionally Built.” It was published in 2009 and is the tenth book in the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series of novels by Alexander McCall Smith. The book is set in Botswana and Ramotswe is investing and trying to solve the mystery for the owner of the town’s football team on the unexpected losing streak of the club called the Swoopers.