The Washington Times-Herald

October 3, 2013

Eagles Ladies Aux holds meeting


The Washington Times-Herald

---- — The Eagles Ladies Auxiliary met on Sept. 18 and Sept. 25 in order to have the two required meetings a month. President Brenda Nesler presided over both meetings. Four candidates were elected to membership.

Get well cards were sent to Patty Spangle, Ermel Wonder, Debby Gilley, and Pauline Lagle.

Plans were finalized for the Auxiliary bake sale at the Relay For Life Drive-A-Ford on Sept. 21. It was announced there will be a Child Advocacy Day on Oct. 2 at Eastside Park starting at 5 p.m.

The Auxiliary received a plaque from the district director for meeting the 2012-2013 membership quota. The Auxiliary had the zone and district traveling trophies the most months and received the permanent trophies for the 2012-2013 year.

Sandy Stader was not present to claim the membership prize on Sept. 18. Kayla Richter was not present to claim the membership prize on Sept. 25.

The next meeting will be 7 p.m. Oct.