Jet Industrious met at Nash for their August monthly meeting. President Mary Etta Campbell called the meeting to order with the United States Flag Salute and Oklahoma Flag Salute.
Campbell had the devotion, “Can the Canning.” and the lesson, “Family Meal Time.”
Family meal time has been lost in our overscheduled lives and should be considered part of our daily activities. Meals in Minutes and homemade mixes to save time were discussed. Campbell passed out recipes with mixes.
Roll call was answered by 10 members, with “Do you prefer an Instapot or a Crockpot?”
The minutes were read by Secretary Susie McAlister and the treasurer report was given by Treasurer Verla Blackledge.
The 4-H achievement banquet was discussed and Sarah Glasco made a motion to donate $45 toward awards.
Plans were made for the fair, changed theme for the education booth.
Entries were checked to make sure everyone knew what was being entered. Theresa Hutcheson will pick up fair books. The fair is Sept. 8-10. The Super Soup contest will be Thursday and at 4 p.m. the apple peeling contest will be held. The club is in charge of the contest and it will be sponsored by Jet Industrious.
Glasco made a motion to let Linda Kiser get the apples for the contest with Kiser seconding the motion. There will be three prizes of money.
The club will furnish three prizes for the soup contest. The ice cream contest will have two divisions with Campbell in charge. There is a need for four ice cream freezers from each club.
Kiser will be the hostess on Sept. 14.
The election of officers is coming up. Also the Family Fun Fair will be talked about at the next meeting.
Domes-Ti-Kates and Jet Industrious are in charge of a culture arts tour to Medicine Lodge, Kan. There will be lots of different things to do and a peace treaty pageant.
Members present were Blackledge, Campbell, Cecelia Castle, Jessie McCormick, Ann Dillion, Glasco, Theresa Hutcheson, Kiser, Peggy Mahnken and McAlister.