Progressive CEOS Christmas Lunch at Food & Friends

The Progressive CEOS met for their Christmas meeting at Food & Friends in Lewisburg for a Dutch treat meal.

Patty Gray greeted everyone with her history note from the past. She said on this day, Dec. 8 in 1765, the cotton gin was invented by Eli Whitney. She thanked Thelma Berkley for making all of the arrangements for our meeting. She also had the meditations, which was taken from the last paragraph of Polar Express.

She reported on the workshop in Rupert. Barbara Shiley gave a cookie demonstration. Patty, Barbara and Betty Jo McNeel attended. Everyone made a donation to Penny Pitch. $208 was given.

There won’t be a meeting in January. Our next meeting will be in February at the Extension Office.

Everyone enjoyed a time of fellowship and delicious food.

Those attending the meeting this month were: Mary Liz Richmond, Thelma Berkley, Linda Schmidt, Kitty Loudermilk, Dot Feamster, Ginny Arthur, Betty Rutherford, Betty Jo McNeel, Barbara Shiley, Faye Honaker, Colleen Walton, Patty Gray and Jean Foley.

 

Progressive 2015 CEOS Christmas Lunch: Front Row: Mary Liz Richmond (left), Dot Feamster, Thelma Berkley, Kitty Loudermilk and Colleen Walton; Back Row: Barbara Shiley (hidden), Faye Honaker and Patty Gray. (Not pictured: Jean Foley, Betty Rutherford, Linda Schmidt, Ginny Arthur and Betty Jo McNeel)
Progressive 2015 CEOS Christmas Lunch: Front Row: Mary Liz Richmond (left), Dot Feamster, Thelma Berkley, Kitty Loudermilk and Colleen Walton; Back Row: Barbara Shiley (hidden), Faye Honaker and Patty Gray. (Not pictured: Jean Foley, Betty Rutherford, Linda Schmidt, Ginny Arthur and Betty Jo McNeel)

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