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Wednesday, October 10, 2012 9:01 PM

Hidden Valley Homemakers met on Sept. 6, 2012, at the HVL Community Building.

After saying the Pledge to the Flag and the Homemakers Creed, the meeting was opened. Roll call was taken with the month’s question, “Did you or your mother pick out your clothes for the first day of school?”

The treasurers report was given.

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Wednesday, October 10, 2012 9:01 PM

Hidden Valley Neighbors
The Aug. 2, 2012 meeting opened by reciting the Pledge to the Flag, and Homemakers Creed.
Roll call was taken, with eight members present. The roll call question, your favorite thing that is green, was mostly answered about green in nature.

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Written by Sally Branham   
Wednesday, August 01, 2012 8:13 PM

HVL Homemakers met on July 5, 2012 at the HVL Community Center. This meeting was the occasion of our “pitch-in- picnic,” so after the pledge and the Homemakers Creed, we “pitched In” and had a delicious lunch. Homemakers are very good cooks!

The treasurers report was given by Judy, and a devotion by Joan.

Ollie gave a Health and Safety report on “It’s a cold. It’s the flu. It’s a food borne illnes,”, comparing symptoms of each, and  lots of hints how to avoid food borne illness.

Ollie made a report on the Council meeting. The sewing project has had one machine donated, with the promise of two more.

Plans are being made for the Holiday Program, held in October.

Our “Host a Hoosier “ exchange county is Monroe County, which includes Bloomington.

Betty said it is a great program, and gives each county good ideas that they have found other counties have had success with.

The 100th Anniversary of IEHA celebration is being worked on.

Betty has a list of ideas that each club could work on in the next year.

The state organization will be publishing a book about the IEHA, but there are going to be a limited number of copies.

Judy made a motion, Pat seconded, that we put in a reservation for one of these books. Motion passed.

The Fall District Meeting will be Aug. 22 in Vevay.

We will take reservations and money at the August meeting.

Sally gave the lesson: “Life Made Simple.”

The main theme was to remove things that distract us; possessions and commitments that are no longer meaningful, household duties that are not necessary.

This include recycling, composting, clutter control, simplify your cooking, and household chores. Stress management is also very important.

Terri made a motion to close the meeting, with Lois seconded, and the meeting was adjourned.