Merry Amaryllis: A Vacation Favored | Independence Bulletin Journal

Fourteen customers and one particular guest of the Independence Backyard Club fulfilled at the Falcon Civic Center to rejoice the Christmas time with a holiday dessert potluck, and then subsequent the enterprise conference, every single human being planted an amaryllis bulb to choose residence. Just after the pledge to the flag, and the recitation of the Conservation pledge, customers named their favored Xmas centerpiece. Rosalind Gibbs reported that she introduced a tall, pink poinsettia to Lexington Estates for the December floral. Including to the seasonal spirit, 52.7 pounds of numerous paper products and solutions were gathered for donation to the local Independence Food Pantry. A movement was manufactured through the conference and seconded to also insert $100 to the foods pantry donation.

The November minutes were being introduced by club secretary Mary Steuben, and Dorothy Decker, assistant treasurer, gave the treasurer’s report. Equally reviews ended up permitted and filed. Historian Lynda Fiester shared the club’s 2022 Ebook of Proof that she assembled. She will submit the report to the state officers for assessment.