The Hatfield Extension Homemakers Club recently held their first meeting of 2017 at Hatfield City Hall. Charlotte Littrell, Program Chairman, discussed ways the homemaker can prepare for the new year and daily survival needs. Suggestions included identification of areas needed such as water, food, clothing, safety, and toher needs. Littrell suggested to relax, but don’t quit evaluating your lifetime needs.
Craft and Fun Day is one of the many programs the group hosts regarding home and family needs. For fun at the meeting, the group shared their favorite snowmen, with the favorite coming from Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Club, Mena 514.
Officers from the HEHC Club also presented their yearly Benevolent Fund to Hatfield Mayor Linda Denton and City Recorder, Michael Callahan. The check was presented by HEHC Club Treasurer, Rose McLain; President, Margaret Scott; and Vice President, Frieda Romine. The fund is donated each year “for the City of Hatfield’s continued support of providing their beautiful Hatfield City Hall for the HEHC monthly meeting place,” said Club Recorder, Mollie Thomas.
The HEHC Club welcomes anyone to join. To learn more, contact the County Extension Office in Mena at 479-394-6018.
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