The Lynchburg Three Arts Club met at the home of Denise Kuntz on March 12.
The president, Doris Randolph, called the meeting to order by reading the club collect. It was noted that the club wrote a check for the Because He Lives Food Pantry. The April meeting of the club will be held at The Frog and Club at the Hillsboro Elks on the second Thursday instead of Tuesday because of the restaurant’s schedule.
The roll call was answered by Nancy Lippert, Nancy Shaffer, Denise Kuntz, Doris Randolph, Ellen Pennington and Becky Davidson by naming their favorite salad.
The meeting adjourned to the program which was movie night. The movie was “The 100 Foot Journey” staring Helen Murrin, which was a story of two restaurants across the road from each other. That was why it was called the 100-foot journey. The one was a gourmet restaurant and the other was operated by a family from India who had to leave India because of an uprising. It was very interesting and also was appropriate to the meeting theme of “Cake Time.”
The hostess served tasty homemade cookies and movie snacks throughout the evening.
Submitted by Nancy Shaffer, club reporter.