Three Arts holds October meeting


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The October meeting of the Lynchburg Three Arts Club was held at the home of Wendy Johnson. Vice president Doris Randolph brought the meeting to order by the reading of the club collect.

The color this month is blue and the roll call for this month was – tell an act of kindness that someone performed.

Secretary Colleen Mount read the minutes and treasurer Becky Davidson gave the treasurer’s report. It was decided to give all the money received at the birthday auction to the Because He Lives Food Pantry.

It is the time of year for the club to decorate a tree at the Highland County Historical Society Highland House Museum and Doric Randolph, Wendy Johnson and Nancy Lippert volunteered to decorate the tree.

The club also enjoyed its September meeting held at the General Denver Hotel in Wilmington. It was the annual meeting when the programs were given out and the club had dessert. The theme this year is different colors for each month.

The club adjourned the business meeting to a program conducted by Cathy Farkus, which consisted of the painting and decorating of glass jars with a holiday motif. The members enjoyed the activity and came up with some very pretty and innovative jars which could be decorations on their own or could hold other things.

The hostess, Wendy Johnson, served a delicious course with a very special coffee.

Submitted by club reporter Nancy Shaffer.

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