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Kendalia Education Extension Club Meets
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 • Posted June 24, 2011

The site of the Kendalia EE Club meeting on June 9 was Lanette Edmondson’s home. Co-hostess was Maggie Winborn.

Ten members and two visitors, Kirsten Thomson and Angela Fiedler, agent, were present. Jane James, Chairman, called the meeting to order.

The club has purchased two books, “Kneadlessly Simple, Fabulous Stress Free” and “Underground Railroad” in memory of Ruby Jones and Margaret Elliott. These books were donated to the Kendalia Library.

The club will have a booth at the Kendalia Homecoming on June 26 featuring home-baked, homegrown, and homemade items as well as other items. All members are urged to donate two items, if possible.

Kendalia will host the district training meeting on November 17 for thirty-five or forty people. The meal will be served by the Kendalia Club.

After delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses, Tucker Edmondson exhibited his collection of Texas Indian artifacts. This well-informed young man explained the use and approximate age of many of these items.

There will be no meeting in July.

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