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Pleasure Pals hold January meeting

On January 21, the Pleasure Pals CFEL club met at the home of Millie Gebel. The meeting was called to order by President Mary Froning with the flag pledge and club creed being recited.

On January 21, the Pleasure Pals CFEL club met at the home of Millie Gebel. The meeting was called to order by President Mary Froning with the flag pledge and club creed being recited.

The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The treasury report was given. Several thank you notes were read. Mary Froning will write our county report and send it to Louise Maeschen. The reading report sheets were handed out to each member. Everyone was reminded to start working on their cultural arts projects. They will be brought to the spring council meeting on April 4.

We have two 60-year members this year in our club. They are Virgina Easton and Marie Bettming.

Our lesson was "Getting the Most Out of Your Doctor Visits."

The meeting was adjourned and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess.

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Our next meeting will be on Feb. 11 at OverTime with Elaine Schaefers as hostess.

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