Teter CEOS host meeting, plan for Christmas outing

Members are pictured with lap blankets made by Debbie Hinkle. Front row: Sandy Miller, Justine Woody, Patty McComas, Jerry Stankus and Nancy Ward. Second row: Cindy Raffety, Millie Hornbeck, Kathy Black, Betty Oldaker, Cheryl Gaunt, Janet Smith, Kay Wayts, Iris Mae Swecker, Nancy Hackett, Cathy Chipps, Lynn Frum, Penny Haymond.

TENNERTON — On Thursday, November 17, Tennerton CEOS met at Tennerton United Methodist Church for lunch that the last regular meeting of the year.

President Cindy Raffety called the meeting to order followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Kathy Black then led devotions with a reading for Thanksgiving. Minutes for the October meeting were then read and approved. The Treasurer’s report was then given and both were placed on file for audit.

A motion was made and approved to donate $50 to the Tennerton United Methodist Church in memory of Wayne Frum, who was a member. Fifty sets of hats and gloves were collected by Teter members for HeadStart children. Several Teter members also helped to distribute Thanksgiving baskets at the Parish House.

Teter Club donated twenty snuggle and read blankets to HeadStart in October. Teter Club also voted to donate $100 to Project Graduation 2023.

Debbie Hinkle has crocheted sixteen lap blankets to be taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital NCF in December for the residents when Bingo is played.

A motion was made and passed to donate $1,000 dollars to the 180 Project as the Teter Project of the Year. The 180 Project is a faith-based organizations whose goal is to help people overcome substance abuse disorders.

 The Teter Club will hold its annual Christmas outing at the Links Restaurant. Teter members will go free and guests will pay $25 each. A gift exchange will also be held and is optional.

Lynn Frum presented the Lesson for the Day titled, “Advanced Care Planning in West Virginia.” This is a very important lesson and is recommended for everyone over the age of 18.


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