The Lower Johnson Homemakers met Jan. 20. Hostesses were Kay Berry, president, and Carol Luenebrink.

Berry called the meeting to order with the recitation of the Club Creed and Pledge of Allegiance.

Roll call was answered by members with what do you do on snow days. Seven members were present.

The meeting minutes for December were not read due to the absence of Marilyn Halter, secretary.

Sharon Ellerman presented the treasurer's report.

A sympathy card was requested for Darlene Decker, a get-well card for Carol Farrell and a thinking-of-you card for Wanda Vonderlieth and Helen Finke.

The health and safety report was presented by Pat Doades. Discussed were the bacteria found on dry hand machines. The fire department will be contacting members to install smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors for members.

The council meeting was held Jan. 27.

First timer applications are due to the extension office on Feb. 15, along with nominations for district representative.

The thought for the month was “Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless” by Mother Teresa.

Door prize winners were Velma Westphal, Sue Mahrenholz and Pat Doades.

Hostesses for February will be Mahrenholz and Peggy Adams. Hostesses for March will be Doades and Westphal.

The meeting was closed by Berry with the Homemakers Prayer.

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