Several Greenbrier County CEOS Clubs met on Muddy Creek Mountain at the Ruritan Community Center for an Old Fashioned Picnic on Tuesday, July 19.
The Blue Sulphur CEOS club was the host club for the 10 clubs that make up the Greenbrier County Council. Judy Lohmeyer, president of Blue Sulphur club, welcomed everyone “to the top of mountain.”
The group sang “Grace” and then enjoyed the wonderful lunch which included hot dogs with all the trimming grilled by Rich Lohmeyer and a wonderful host of dishes brought by everyone to share.
Following lunch, Lucy Ramey entertained the group with her guitar and singing of old favorite gospel songs. Sgt. Brad Baker from the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Office spoke to the group about domestic violence, and Kenosha Davenport, director of the Family Refuge Center, along with Lauren Hosey, spoke about what was available at the center.
The picnic ended with making s’mores, which was a huge success. Special thanks to Blue Sulphur CEOS member Judy Stacks and her husband, David, for making all the arrangements for the group to use the center.