The Dream Makers Homemakers Club met Jan. 8 for a potluck dinner and s'mores at the Clark County Extension Office where Sharon Dunn shared the thought of the day, "We live as long as we are remembered," and the lesson for the day "Adding a limb to the family tree." Kitty Bennett gave the inspiration.
The potluck dinner table was decorated by Sheila Howard. She handcrafted a snowman centerpiece, and the s'mores added to the winter theme. Members enjoying the s'mores were Kitty Bennett, Kari Bennett, Sharon Dunn, Connie Carie, Kitty Faulkner, Lisa Kudak, Sandy Conn, Sheila Howard, Gloria Patrick, and Amy Neal was welcomed as a new member.
Jennifer Howard, family and consumer services agent, showed the mini egg basket, which is a project planned for Feb. 15 with a $5 fee. She also reminded the homemakers of the W.O.W. workshop, which will be Wednesday and will discuss grains. The workshop is free, and registration can made by calling the extension office.