WEIRTON – The Weirton Woman’s Club, a member of the West Virginia General Federation of Women’s Clubs, met in October for a board meeting followed by the noon general assembly at St. Nicholas Church .
Inspiration was given by Kay Kempler and titled “Beyond tomorrow’s sunrise.”
The board discussed fundraising activities and the collection of toiletries for the homeless shelter.
President Jeanne Amidon welcomes members to the general assembly. Inspiration was given by Molly Mossor, who read “Autumn memories” and Emerson’s poem to “Laugh often and a lot.”
Starch read the call to the membership convention, to be held at Ash Church in Moundsville.
Arts and crafts projects were submitted and judged by Helen Petrovich, Barbara Raynolds and Sandra Robbins. The first and second places in sewing went to Kay Mortimer; jewelry, first place, Patty Kaminski, and second place, Mortimer; and baby quilts, first, second and third at Leah Shirer.
The projects will go to the convention to be judged at the state level.
The evening’s program was “Ghosts, Goblins and Lairs: Oh my God! “ and was presented by Mossor, Helen Gibson and Barbara Raynolds.
Mossor discussed “West Virginia Urban Legends: Screaming Jenny and Ikie’s Tomb.” Gibson reported on the “Telling the lilac bush” by Ruth Musick.