The Washington Times-Herald


September 28, 2013

Women's group meets at Free Methodist

The WMI met in the Washington Free Methodist Church Fellowship hall Sept. 19. President Mary McCall welcomed everyone and led in reciting Acts 18 followed by the Doxology.

Emily Fair led the group in singing accompanied by Geraine Cagle on the piano. Amy Best gave a report on the “Women of Faith” meeting at Indianapolis in August. Plans were made to attend again next year. McCall reported on the WMI sponsored child in Kenya.

The theme this year is Recipe for Relationships. Betty Wilz gave a reading that led into the program of the evening, “a demonstration of mixing a good relationship.” It stated the main ingredients are compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, patience and most of all love.

The Lord’s Prayer was prayed in unison. Refreshments were served by the new officers. The next meeting will be Oct. 17, same time, same place.

Others attending were Martha J. Indahl, Charlotte May, Betty Kelley, Della Shelton, Joyce Martin, Marcella Pruiett, Sue Fox, Barbara Riker, Beth Milton, Bobbie Byrer, Keagan Byrer, Melissa Hooten, Lily Hooten, Alice Baker, Nancy Myers, Ferbie Nolley, Martha Hand, Esther Fleetwood, Olive Evans, Sue Hopkins, Diane McClure, Nina Lytle, Margaret Grow, Sherry Neely, Carli Best, Sandy Traylor and Amy Graber.

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