The Woman’s Club of Harrison County met Friday, Feb. 14 at the Hospice of the Bluegrass community room. Anna Ruth McLoney welcomed members and led in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Layne Tussey catered the luncheon and Bonnie Teater offered the blessing.
Spiritual values were presented by McLoney. She shared quotes from “Getting Older, Growing Wiser.” Some of the topics she shared from the book were look for something new, harvest the fruit of your years, use the wisdom of your years to be a blessing to others and learn to notice and enjoy the ordinary wonders around us.
Teater introduced musical guests Beverly Pierce and Anastasia Raines. This mother/daughter duo sang We Are Wonderfully and Carefully Made, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, A Bicycle Built For Two and You Are My Sunshine.
Cheryl Case introduced guest speaker Karen Angelucci. Angelucci is an avid gardener and has written four books on the subject. Her book titles are Secrets of a Kentucky Gardener, Secrets of a Tennessee Gardener, Across Grandma’s Garden and Grimy, Grubby Gardening. She gave a powerpoint presentation on planting, pruning, fertilizing and mulching a variety of plants, trees and flowers. Following her presentation, there was a question and answer session. Angelucci is a native of Harrison County. She now lives in Lexington with her two daughters where she is employed as a Realtor with Prudential De Movellan.
Following the program, Kaye McCauley read the minutes from the Jan. 10 meeting. Virgie Wells gave the treasurer’s report.
The Woman’s club will meet again on Friday, March 14. Sue Lake will be the featured speaker.