The Kendalia Neighbors Education Extension Club met Thursday, January 14. Jane James, vice president, called the meeting to order and the members recited the TEEA Creed which is the foundation for the organization. It specifies the need for a stable home through love and trust in our individual religious faiths.
In the business session, Jane was elected president to fill the position held by Ellen Nicholls, who resigned the position due to family illness. Krissie Thomas was elected to fill the position of vice president.
Plans were made to visit the Lady Bird Johnson Wild Flower Park in Austin on April 8.
Committee heads were appointed and plans made for some exciting projects this year.
Hostesses for the day were Marguerite Bowman, Betsy Loewen and Joy Brussel. They had prepared some Food Show dishes—Rachel Ray’s Pork and Black Bean Chili, Heloise’s Coca-Cola Cake, cornbread and spinach-berry salad.
Visitors and new members are always welcome.
Friday evening, the Kendalia Community Club met with 39 present. After a delicious covered dish dinner hosted by Darlene Herrin, Frank and Joy Brussel, the business meeting was called to order by James Krueger, president. Other officers for the year are David Armstrong, vice president, Donna Jonas, secretary and Joy Brussel, treasurer. Three new directors were elected—Gerry Pfeil, Bob Schwab and Larry Robbins.
Insurance and various contracts were discussed. It was an enjoyable and very rainy evening.