Fog

Club news

Published: Friday, June 21, 2013 11:49 a.m. CST

Kent Dinner Club

Kent Dinner Club met June 13 with nine attending.

The next meeting will be 5:30 p.m. July 11 at Creston Family Restaurant.

Alpha Sigma Masters

Alpha Sigma Masters met June 13 at the Olive Branch in Greenfield. There were seven members in attendance. Tables were decorated in red, white and blue.

A short business meeting was conducted by President Marilyn Larimore.

Some stuffed animals for the emergency room at Greater Regional were donated by a member.

Members reported taking food to some members who had been in the hospital.

Members repeated the closing ritual.

Kiwanis

The weekly Kiwanis meeting was held 12:05 p.m. Tuesday at The Windrow with 23 members and one guest. Brad Lorenzen, president, presided. Chris Frederickson did the prayer, and Bob Christensen was finemaster.

The program was Steve Tomlinson, plant manager of CHS, who discussed all of the changes and upgrades going on at the old soybean processing plant to make food-grade soy flour.

TOPS 1338

TOPS 1338 met 5 p.m. June 3 at the United Methodist Church. Nine members answered roll call. The best loser for the week was Lola Baucom. Diana Loomis was runner-up.

The leader, Anna Thompson, led the group in the TOPS pledge. Minutes were read by the secretary, and the treasurer’s report was given by Alice Brown. Baucom won both fines and squares.

The “Jazz” contest continues. The “Red Can Challenge” is to exercise 15 minutes three days this week.

Marisue Lewis gave the program reporting on her time spent at the state recognition days held May 31 and June 1 in Ames.

Dianna Loomis is to have the program next week.

The closing TOPS pledge was given, and the meeting adjourned.

TOPS 1338 met June 10 for its weekly meeting with eight members attending. Anna Thompson was the best loser for the week, with an anonymous member as second place.

Thompson opened the business meeting, leading all in reciting the TOPS pledge.

Minutes were not available from the previous meeting. Diana Loomis filled in as secretary for the day.

Alice Brown gave the treasurer’s report.

Once again, fines went to Lola Baucom. Darlene Rohrig won “Squares.”  The “Jazz” contest is ongoing. To exercise three days for 15 minutes continues to be the “Red Can Challenge” this week.

The program was given by Loomis on “How Are Oysters, Fish Fillets and TOPS Members Alike?”

Rohrig is to have the program next week.

The meeting adjourned with the TOPS closing pledge.

Ladies Lakeshore Auxiliary

Ladies Lakeshore Auxiliary met June 12.

Canasta winners were Loretta Kelly, first; Janet Kessler, second; and Beulah McDonald, third.

Maxine May won the door prize.

The auxiliary had a salad luncheon Wednesday.

More News

Reader Poll

Thanksgiving is Thursday, Nov. 27. What's your favorite holiday pie?
Pumpkin
Pecan
Apple
Cherry
Other (Place your answer on the CNA Facebook page)