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Midway FCEC News
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President Dian Greene conducted the monthly meeting of the Midway FCE on Jan. 10 at the community center. Betty Whitlock and Irene Fuston were the hostesses. Greene welcomed guests Fran Farmle, Linda Fisher and new member Barbara Corun.

The FCE prayer served as the thought of the day, and Sharon Bennett led the Pledge of Allegiance. Secretary Fuston read the minutes of the previous meeting, and they were approved. Sue Adcock reported on the
Swedish weaving class held recently. Reading reports were given by Greene, Betty Grissom and Corun.

Members updated Gold Stars, scrapbook, secretary book, reading reports, perfect attendance and master club entries.

Various educational leader positions were decided:  Global, Betty Grissom and Linda Fisher; special projects, Sue Adcock and Sharon Bennett; environmental, Brenda Blocker and Mary Rubley; family life, Betty Whitlock and Irene Fuston; economics, Dian Greene and Mary Rubley; wellness, Paula Barnes and Elva Dean Bell. 

Vice president Whitlock introduced five new products as door prizes and presented them to the lucky winners. Corun makes beautiful porcelain dolls, and gave one to winner Dian Greene.

Celebrating January birthdays, along with Elvis Presley, were Linda Schlimmer and Elva Dean Bell. The hostesses provided soup and sandwiches and desserts to the group.

Everyone was excited for Rubley’s grandson, Grant Hitchcock, who was able to meet President Trump and shake his hand in Nashville. The president was speaking at the Farm Bureau Convention, and Hitchcock is the state 4-H president.