by Lana Sue Jones
The Twentieth Century Club met on Monday, Sept. 12, in the home of Sharyl Henry. Lana Sue Jones served as co-hostess.
Twelve members were in attendance with Jean Wernel serving as president in the absence of Sandi Eaves. Following the reading of the minutes and treasurer’s report, the opinion was given by Georgia Detwiler, which was the attitude of the country on the anniversary of 9-11. What has happened to the respect for our country and the American flag. Several thoughts, ideas and opinions were presented on this topic.
Glenda Ware provided the entertainment in which she read three poems from the book “Where The Sidewalk Ends.” They were “Hector The Collector,” “Sick” ad “No Differences.”
The program was presented by Glenda Baker. Her topic was the El Dorado Springs City-Wide Clean Up Day on Saturday, Sept. 24. She passed out flyers to the members and encouraged us to get involved in this project to clean up our community. More volunteers are needed on that Saturday. For more information, contact the Chamber of Commerce office.
The meeting was adjourned for refreshments.