Pat DesJardins, PresidentLadies AuxiliaryPat Mangiapane, Vice-President April 26, 2018
We held our pot luck at 5:00 P.M. We had 13 members in attendance.
Immediately following dinner and clean up we started our meeting.
At every K of C breakfast we will have a bake sale.
Last year we made over $720 on our bake sales.
In March of this year we sent another check to Safe Place in the amount of
Our next meeting is May 24th and our hostesses are Kathy Wroblewski
and Emily Koss.
We had only 7 women in attendance at this meeting. We would like
to host a card party this year, but we need more volunteers to help us
put this together.
All K of C wives and widows are more than welcome to come to our meeting
please think of joining us.
We closed in prayer at 6:55 p.m.
Pat DesJardins, PresidentLadies AuxiliaryPat Mangiapane, Vice-President October 26, 2017 We held our pot luck at 5:00 P.M. We had 25 members in attendance. Immediately following dinner and clean up we started our meeting. Molly reported that we have $1,063.43 in our checking account. Five of our members are attending the Safe Place banquet on November 8th. This was our last meeting for the year. Our next meeting is April 26, 2018. We will start with a pot luck at 5:00 P.M. with our meeting immediately following. Kathy W. won the 50/50. Judy Peterson made a motion to adjourn seconded by Marilyn Mitchell. We closed in prayer. To all a Blessed Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year !
Respectfully Submitted Kathy Wroblewski
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Johnny—"Papa, would you be glad if I saved a dollar for you?" Papa-"Certainly, my son." Johnny-"Well, I saved it for you, all right. You said if I brought a first-class report from my teacher this week you would give me a dollar, and I didn't bring it."
Danny, along with many other little lads, went to school for the first time, and like many other little boys' fathers, Danny's father asked him how he liked his teacher. "All right," was the reply. "Is your teacher smart?" teasingly persisted the questioner. "Well, she knows more than I do," admitted Danny.
A teacher called for sentences using the word "beans." "My father grows beans," said the bright boy of the clan. "My mother cooks beans," said another pupil. Then a third popped up: "We arc all human beans."
"I'm at the head of my class, pa," proudly said Teddy. "Dear me, son, how did that happen?" cried his father. "Why the teacher asked us this morning how to pronounce Ch-ih-u-a-h-u-a, and nobody knew," said Teddy, "but when she got down to me I sneezed and she said that was right."
Teacher-"Johnny, who was Anne Boleyn?" Johnny-"Anne Boleyn was a flat iron." Teacher-"What on earth do you mean?" Johnny-"Well, it says here in the history book 'Henry, having disposed of Catherine, pressed his suit with Anne Boleyn."
A little girl presented herself for enrollment the first day of school. She looked very much like a true daughter of Italy. "You are an Italian?" asked the teacher. "No'm," was the reply. "But wasn't your father born in Italy?" "Yes'm." "And wasn't your mother born in Italy?" "Yes'm." "Well, you must be Italian." "No'm, I'm Irish," she insisted. "I was born in Boston."
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