Lynchburg Three Arts Club

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The Feb. 11 meeting of the Lynchburg Three Arts Club met at the home of Doris Randolph.

The club president, Ellen Pennington, called the meeting to order by having Denise Kuntz read the club collect. Roll call was, “Where is your favorite place to buy books?” The secretary, Colleen Mount, read the minutes of the December meeting and treasurer Becky Davidson gave the treasurer’s report.

The club members took down the tree at the Highland County Historical Society. It is going to have its April dinner meeting at The Frog and Club. When the club last tried to have its meeting there an accident occurred and there wasn’t any electricity.

The March meeting will be at Denise Kuntz’s house. It is movie night and the hostess will pick a movie.

The meeting adjourned to the program which Nancy Shaffer conducted. It was a discussion of the club’s yearly book review and the book was “Where The Crawdads Sing,” which told of a little girl being abandoned by her family. Raising herself, becoming author, accused and acquitted of murder, and the ending will be kept secret in case to you want to read the book.

The hostess served a Black Forrest cake. Doris Randolph and Nancy Lippert took a vacation river cruise on the Rhine River and visited the Black Forrest. Randolph’s daughter found the recipe for Black Forrest cake and Doris and Nancy made it for the refreshment. It was delicious.

Submitted by Nancy Shaffer, club reporter.

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