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Club Notes

Published: Monday, April 28, 2014 11:20 a.m. CDT

Kellogg Garden Club

Members made final plans for the High Tea fundraising event on Saturday, April 26, at Cornerstone Church in Newton.

Laura Hanawalt and Jo Haynes reported on the presidents’ meeting they attended recently. The club will participate in the district meeting on June 2 by leading the pledge of allegiance.

Mildred Rawlins demonstrated a spring centerpiece. Louise Meakins gave a program on the types of tea, where it is grown and how the various types are processed.

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