Avalanche CEOS Club news


The Avalanche CEOS Club recently met for the regular monthly at Letart Country Corner Cafe.

After placing lunch orders, President Patty Johnson called the meeting to order at 12:10 p.m. Patty led members in the flag salute. Anne Byus gave meditations by reading Irish Blessings and all prayed The Lord’s Prayer. Helen Smithson read a story on the pine tree.

Lesson Leader Marilyn Clark gave the lesson on Sleep A-Z. She talked on the basics of sleep as well as the benefits of sleep, common sleep issues, and gave tips for a better sleep. Patsy Keathley gave the secretary’s report. Eleanor Hoffman gave treasurer’s report. Purposeful Reading report was given by Clark and members read a total of 79 books and 28 papers. In family reports, Yvonne Fetty, said that Avalanche Club will be in charge of the April visit at PVNH on April 10 at 1:30 p.m.

In Continuing Education, Karen Randolph reported that the Youth Expo will be April 12-13. Letart Sand and Gravel is providing the rocks to be painted. Eleanor Hoffman reported in Marketing and Membership that the plant exchange will be May 25 at the Point Pleasant Youth Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rodney Walbroun will be the speaker. The theme will be “Spring has Sprung.” Health Motivator Helen Smithson gave a lesson on the brain.

In old business the CEOS County Council meeting was discussed. New Business was the upcoming PVNH visit. Avalanche Club is in charge of games, songs and prizes. The county spring meeting is April 27, at New Hope Church, lunch is being served by New Have Luthern Church ladies. The area committee meeting is April 29, at Cabel County 4H Camp.

Meeting adjourned at 2:08 p.m., auction was led by Helen Smithson.

Attending the meeting were: Marge Blake, Anne Byus, Audrey Clark, Marilyn Clark, Sue Darst, Yvonne Fetty, Regina Goodnite, Eleanor Hoffman, Patty Johnson, Patsy Keathley, Karen Randolph, Jane Roush, Bettie Roush, Helen Smithson, Catherine Wandling, Susan Paulson, and Florence Leach.

Submitted by Club Secretary Patsy Keathley.