Club notes – June 3


ENMEA met at 10:30 a.m. May 7. Lou Sikes called the meeting to order. Club members present from Bethel, Causey, Friendship, Pep and home economist Connie Moyers.

Mozelle Hamlet introduced Keith Wattenbarger, Roosevelt County Emergency Manager "Code Red." Keith gave all members present a program about emergency awareness services his office has available to the public. There is a mass commutation that will access your phone or computer in case of an emergency and also closed roads. You may call his office at 356-4404 extension 2005 to enroll.

Reports given by Judy Terry on the booth at Women's Day Out.

District IV meeting held at Ruidoso by Lou Sikes.

District IV Culture Arts report by Wilma Wilhoit. Lou Sikes received "Judges Choice" on her African Quilt. Lila Bryant received "People's Choice" on her Embroider Quilt. There were 217 entries, 157 from Roosevelt County.

There will be a garage sale to help fund the council June 1 and 2 at the Jake Lopez Building in Portales.

Bethel Extension Club

Bethel Extension Club met 9 a.m. May 8 at the McAlister Room. Nine members were present. They worked getting ready for their Fair Booth for August 20-25.

Bethel will host the annual Roosevelt County Extension Clubs Christmas party Monday, December 3.

Members present spend the day working on the fair booth and things for the Christmas party. The day passed fast while they worked and visited. Breaking for lunch of sandwiches and a delicious Butterfinger cake made by Joyce Welch to finish the meal.

Next meeting will be at Mary Ann Danforth's home, 308 South Roosevelt Road Y at 2 p.m.

Clovis BPO Does

Clovis BPO Does held an informal meeting on May 24. Following the meeting we celebrated the drove's birthday with refreshments and a Chinese gift exchange. This was a lot of fun and good fellowship.

Recent House High School graduate Jennifer Holland did a power point presentation on her recent trip to Europe as a people to people ambassador. The drove made a donation to her to help with expenses for this trip and she wanted everyone to see what she experienced as a way to thank the drove for the help. It was very informative and interesting to hear about all of the wonderful places she was able to visit along with the historical and cultural knowledge she gained by visiting several different countries.

The drove will not be meeting during the summer months. The next meeting will be in September.

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