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Nan Cate and Betty Smith, hostesses, served twelve members and four
Sharon Gooding made the presentation. She talked of the best care in
preserving your memorabilia in creative scrapbooks and photo albums.
"Albums peserve the past, enrich the present, and encourage the future,"
Gooding said. She also stated that albums protect your investment and
that photos will degrade if not stored properly.
Gooding suggested that photographs should be documented when preparing
albums and that creative cropping can be done and enhancing color be
added. She likes to plan albums by categories, holidays, special events,
Joyce Morton, club president called the meeting to order. The Club
Collect was led by Gretchen Luna and Etta Sullivan led the pledge to the
flag of the United States of America, with members repeating both in
unison. Morton introduced and welcomed guest Bobbi Lang, Kay Allen, Iris
Reddick and Sharon Gooding. Doris Moorman, secretary pro-tem, read the
minutes of the previous meeting and Juracy McCall, treasurer presented a
statement of club finances. It was reported to Bob and Claribel
Sebesta's new address in Seguin, Tx.
Nan Cate reported that Balmorhea is forming a federated club and a
welcome note was to be sent to those ladies.
The Fall Board Meeting of the Western District of the Texas Federation
of Women's Clubs slated in Pecos on Oct. 18 at the First Baptist Church
with Barbara Saunders, of Marfa, president of WD presiding, was dicussed
as formative plans continue. The Modern Study Club members were asked to
have their $9.50 registration fee in by the close of the next meeting.
The decorating committee are preparing name tags and the Diddie Bags
will be put together prior to the next meeting.
In a Community Improvement Project report it was announced that the 6th
Grade Gifted and Talented class had volunteered to help paint a building
for "Make A Difference Day" on Oct. 25. Plans are to work on the back of
the drug store building where The Modern Study Club's art project was
completed this summer and also the back on the building to the north of
the drug store.
The next meeting will be on Oct. 8 at 2004 Hackberry with Cathy Travland, Francis Wood and Joyce Morton as hostesses.
Payne's new assignment is an example of how Navy and Marine Corps men
and women are assigned to ships, squadrons and shore commands around the
world. Whether serving in the Persian Gulf near Iraq or in the Adriatic
Sea near Bosnia, people like Payne are making a difference as they work
to improve their knowledge and skill as part of the most highly
technical naval force in history.
He joined the Marine Corps in September 1991.
Mac McKinnon, Publisher
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324 S. Cedar St., Pecos, TX 79772
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