Jet Industrious holds July meeting
Jet Industrious met at Linda Kiser’s home where Kiser and Shal Jenlink were the hostesses on July 13.
The meeting was opened with the American Flag Salute and Oklahoma Pledge Salute by President Mary Etta Campbell.
There were one of the young ladies and two of the young men who received scholarship money to help with starting college present. Will Miller, Cale Campbell and Summer Finney. Harley Phillips, who was in class could not attend.
Suzanne Johnson gave the devotion.
The new Methodist Church Minister came to the meeting. Her name was Ellen Chiwowa from Zimbabwee, South Africa. She shared with the group about her life and future plans. State convention will be in August.
Lunch Time Learning is August 13 with the lesson on “Nuts about Fudge.” The blood drive in Cherokee is coming up soon.
Dues will be due in October 20201. The County Fall OHCE Association Meeting will be October 20 and there will be an election.
The minutes were read and corrected by Susie McAlister. Verla Blackledge gave the treasurer’s report. It was approved and seconded.
Discussion was held on how to help get the Jet Museum where it could be opened again. Kiser and Blackledge agreed to work on the project. Members worked entries for the county fair and theme. Members also volunteered for entries.
Ellen, Kiser and Blackledge will work on the project booth.
Johnson closed the meeting with prayer.
Members present were Blackledge, Campbell, Cecelia Castle, Ann Dillion, Theresa Hutcheson, Jenlink, Johnson, Kiser, Peggy Mahnken, McAlister and Jessie McCormick.