October 2022 Meeting
PLACE : Home of Renae Patterson
DATE: October 18
TIME: 6:30 PM
GENERAL DISCUSSION STARTED AT 7:12 PM
Renae Patterson welcomed everyone and introduced herself and the members of the board. Renae asked if there were any guests in the audience. They were asked to stand up and introduce themselves and state where they lived in the neighborhood. We had six guests tonight.
The minutes are on the website for everyone to read. Renae asked for a motion for them to be approved. Angelia Spraberry motioned to approve and Phyllis Weaver seconded the motion.
Renae stated that the revised bylaws were on the website. The changes are: Angelia added Article X - Dissolution. The meetings will be held on the first Tuesday of the month unless ample notification is given. Also added was number 2 under membership.
Everyone in favor of the changes say yes. The majority said yes, so the changes to the bylaws were approved by the membership.
Sunshine committee is full. If you see something you are interested in please sign up. We would really like to have more people sign up for hospitality so that members don't have to bring food or wine more than once. We would really appreciate you signing up for that committee.
Phyllis Gilbert read the financial report.
Jackie Dye discussed having a witches ride on October 29 through the neighborhood and asked if there was anyone interested in dressing up as a witch and throwing out candy to the children in the neighborhood. Edelman had contributed $250.00 for the candy.
The next meeting will be on December 6 at Angelia Spraberry's home. Everyone is asked to bring non perishable items for the food pantry at Asbury Church. More information will be sent out later about the items that are needed. 15-20 families are fed each week from the food pantry.
Also in December, in conjunction with Chicken Salad Chick, we will be providing lunch for the fire departments that service our area. They are donating the food and we will provide tea and dessert. Pictures will be posted afterward.
Information on all other fundraisers and events will be sent out soon.
A candle was donated by Brittany Fancher, Golden Belle Candle Co. She lives in Chelsea.
A box of cookies was donated by Amy Booth , The Sweetest Booth. She lives in the neighborhood.
A gorgeous Halloween wreath was donated by Marilyn Chiaramonte, Clear Mountain Creations. Marilyn is a member of HLWC and also holds classes to teach wreath making.
Our last prize was donated by a sweet member of the club. It was a beautiful mum.
If you know of any local businesses that would be interested in being recognized at our meetings, please let Renae know.
Many thanks for all of the donations!