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Wonder Workers CFEL hold February meeting

The Wonder Workers CFEL met on Feb. 9 at Wesley Acres with Alice C. as hostess. Eight members recited the flag pledge and CFEL creed. February is Heart Month so roll-call was answered with a tip for good heart health.

The Wonder Workers CFEL met on Feb. 9 at Wesley Acres with Alice C. as hostess. Eight members recited the flag pledge and CFEL creed. February is Heart Month so roll-call was answered with a tip for good heart health.

A letter from the Mitchell Safehouse thanking us for our donation was read and the LifeQuest newsletter was shared.

Old business: Ruby P. read the list of possible entries for our Cultural Arts exhibits that will be shown at the spring council meeting on April 4 at the 4-H grounds. All members are encouraged to enter.

Members attending the county lesson, held Feb. 4, on closed chest compressions and using AEDs explained the procedure. The Lucas device and the new monitors used by the EMTs in the ambulances were impressive. South Dakota has improved our care with these new machines and the education provided to the emergency help.

New business: Suggestions for the June Skip Day were discussed. Several members will check into these places and we will decide at the next meeting. The next county lesson will be on bullying and will be held March 7 at at the Mitchell Public Library. The next Wonder Workers meeting will be held March 8 at Sheila L.'s.

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Alice C., hostess, gave an interesting demonstration on making old-time stacked sandwiches and then served them with fruit and dips for lunch.

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