The New Horizons Extension Homemakers Membership met July 12 at St. Andrew Missionary Baptist Church. Members heard about wholesome consuming and character traits in addition to celebrated the membership’s anniversary.
Newly put in President Sabrina Self-Gwin presided over the assembly. Different new officers have been Vice President Diana Maxwell, Inspiration Chief Sharon Johnson, Secretary Gail Gross sales, and Treasurer Gail Saffold, in response to a information launch.
A presentation was made by Nicole Bates, director of schooling for the College of Arkansas for Medical Sciences South Central Middle on Getting older, in response to UAMS’ web site.
Bates gave every member a summer season pasta salad recipe with all elements wanted for preparation as a part of the Wholesome Consuming and Tasting meals distribution program. Every member was requested to organize the salad and full offered surveys for the Central Middle on Getting older.
Dot Hart offered this system on True Colours — Understanding Personalities. She gave exercise sheets to find out what every member’s character class was and how you can talk with different character classes, in response to the discharge.
To have a good time the third birthday of the New Horizons membership, members exchanged presents and ate cupcakes. New Horizons meets on the second Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m.