<h1>The Women of the Henning Church of God met on Mar. 6 in the church fellowship hall for their monthly meeting.<\/h1>\r\nPresident Carole Spencer presided and Marty Burns led in prayer. Dyan Hefner gave the devotion, \u201cI\u2019m a Daddy\u2019s Girl.\u201d In this devotional this daddy\u2019s girl enjoyed hunting with her father and grandfather except for the early hours. Her father picked a sky- scraper tree for her to snuggle against the big roots to take a nap. The branches swayed and it was tall and wide. The church should be like this tree. It should be rooted deep in the love of Jesus reaching out to those who are placed in our path.\r\n\r\nShe also shared about Cohen Bramlee, a young child who has basically an undiagnosed disease and many medical issues. No matter what kind of day he has before he goes to sleep he tells his mother, \u201cBest Day Ever.\u201d She shared about Super Cohen\u2019s Best Day Ever Project. The Bramlee family are trying to get a random act of kindness and documenting it for every state. #SuperHeroCohen #BestDayEverProject\r\n\r\nJoan Vance, missionary education co-chair, shared about St. Patrick\u2019s Day. Everyone is supposed to wear green on this day. St. Patrick was born in England and at age 16, he was captured by pirates from Ireland and taken there. He was held in slavery and was a shepherd. He became a Christian and sometime later he heard a voice telling him to walk 200 miles to a ship. He did this and it took him back to England where studied with a cleric and became a missionary. He then went back to Ireland. He used the Shamrock to explain the Trinity, three in one, God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.\r\n\r\nThe financial reports were passed around and Pauline Perkins read December\u2019s Minutes. The dates were set for the Bean Dinner, June 4 and Oct. 1. The dates were also set for the Yard and Bake Sale, May 19 and Sept. 8.\r\n\r\nThe group was reminded that membership dues are due next month and Carole thanked the nominating committee, Marty Burns, Dyan Hefner, and Barb Seldomridge.\r\n\r\nElections were held and officers elected for the coming year were Carole Spencer, president; Kim Brookman, vice president; Pauline Perkins, secretary; Jamie Harvey, treasurer; Marty Burns, historian; Cindy Fleshman, literature reporter: Dyan Hefner, Spiritual Life; Donna Scott and Barb Seldomridge, co-chairs missionary education; Barb Seldomridge, correspondence; and Pauline Perkins and Patty Owens, gift buyers.\r\n\r\nThe project for this month will be preparing dinner for the Maxwelton Ruritans on Thursday, Mar. 22.\r\n\r\nThe next meeting will be held on Apr. 10.\r\n\r\nCarole Spencer dismissed in prayer and Marty Burns won the door prize.\r\n\r\nAttending were: Alice Coff, Barb Seldomridge, Betty Lou Byers, Carole Spencer, Cindy Fleshman, Carol Spencer, Donna Scott, Dyan Hefner, Joan Vance, Kim Brookman, Marty Burns, Patty Owens, Pauline Perkins, Shirley Loudermilk, and Rosie Blake.