Carolina RCDC enjoys meeting

The Carolina RCDC met Tuesday April 7, at the Carolina Community Center. There were 20 people present.
The meeting was called to order and the welcome was given by Bud Wiygul. Curtis Hall had the opening prayer.
Patti Powell led everyone in the Pledge of allegiance to our flay. The devotional was given by Guy Pettit. The program for the evening was presented by Tony Green from the Amory Chamber of Commerce. He presented a program on Indian Artifacts. Especially concerning the Chickasaw Indians who were very prevalent in this area at one time. Green brought several of his personal artifacts which he has collected over the years. Everyone enjoyed seeing these and learning about them. It was a very informative program.
After the program Patti Powell, in the absence of the secretary, Sandra Cox, read the minutes from the last meeting in March. The minutes were approved as read. Guy Pettit gave a treasury report. Reports were also heard from the four committees. A Dulcimer Jamboree is planned for July 18; a yard sale for June 27; and a play in August. There will be more information provided on the above as final plans are completed.
The RCDC will honor the May graduates at their next meeting on May 5.
David Hill had the closing prayer and the meeting was adjourned.

 

Gaynell Jackson