Molino Homemakers News

October 31, 2010

The Molino Homemakers Club is moving to a new meeting location, and the club recently made Angel Cards for hospice patients.

The club will meet at 10 a.m. on November 3 at Aldersgate United Methodist Church, located on Highway 29 in Molino, just south of Highway 97. After several new ladies joined the group, a larger meeting location was needed. Membership is just $5 per year.

The Molino Homemakers Club’s Terri Brown reports on recent club activities:

At a recent Molino Homemaker meeting Nancy Holland had club members pair up and make Angel Cards for Hospice. The Angels seem to come alive as they were put together with crocheted dresses, bells, ribbons and marbles. Club members pasted a verse on a piece of cardstock then the Angel was attached to the card and placed in an envelope. Elizabeth Barlow delivered the Angel cards to Hospice who will give them to their patients.

Several ladies bring projects each month that they have been working on and display them during show and tell. Pictured below, Frances Cheney and Becky Dorch show some of their work.

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Pictured top: Member of the Molino Homemakers Club make cards for hospice patients. Pictured inset: Frances Cheney displays some of her work during the club’s “show and tell”. Submitted photo by Terri Brown for, click to enlarge.

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2 Responses to “Molino Homemakers News”

  1. Terri Sanders on October 31st, 2010 7:24 pm

    Horrific; it’s never too ;ate to join them!loads of fun and educational also!

  2. Horrific! on October 31st, 2010 7:12 am

    Sounds like a very nice club…wish I had found it when I first came here.

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