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Wilton Day Homemakers meet

WILTON - Wilton Day Homemakers met at the home of Ann Ibarguen on Dec 12 for our Christmas Party.

Eleven members were present. Thought of the day: Each year one bad habit overcome in time will make the worst women good. Received a thank you card from the Salvation Army and the local food pantry. Lois needs volunteer papers by Jan 1.

Lois King wrote a letter on behalf of the group about the Flags on Main Street. She asked if anyone in Wilton who was not happy with the flags to please write to us. Lois also read an article about buying in China vs USA.

Cards were signed for Bev West's birthday also get well cards were sent to Lillian Miller and Jean Rand.
Old business Hazel Flag, Anne Storey, and Connie Reynolds volunteered at St. Luke's Church's Santa's workshop.

Dinner committee was Ann Ibarguen and Olive Toothaker.

New community service 2013 project will be new items for men, women for the St Luke's Church Santa's Workshop. Please leave price on items.

Bring jars, small or med size, glass or plastic, for food pantry for laundry soap. We brought in five large containers of laundry soap for the Wilton Food Pantry.

Dinner was served and gifts were exchanged.

Our next meeting will be on Jan 10th at 10 a.m. at the St. Luke's Church in Wilton. We will be doing Matter of Balance. Becky Tyler will be in charge of this. Dinner committee will be Betty Douglas and Beverly West. Craft meeting on Jan 17 at 10 a.m. at St Luke's Church we will be knitting. Be prepared to make a dish cloth. Bring size 8 knitting needles and ball of cotton yarn. Bring your own lunch.

This is in partnership with the University of Maine Co-operative Extension.

- Submitted by Becky Tyler

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