The San Saba Ladies Golf Association met February 2, 2012 for the monthly business meeting with the following members present: Janet Hoyt, Jo Ann Snow, Sandee Hartley, Jo Anne Hardy, Hattie Rogers, Peggy Jones, and Anita Miles. The President, Anita Miles, called the meeting to order and Hattie Rogers opened the meeting with prayer. The Secretary, Jo Anne Hardy, read the minutes and they were approved as read. The Treasurer, Hattie Rogers, gave the financial report. The president presented the minutes from the Central Texas Traveling 4-Ball Association and the schedule for 2012. The San Saba ladies had recommended to the Association that perhaps they would like for San Saba to drop out as we are so small in numbers and have health issues and do not attend on a regular basis. The Association voted for San Saba to remain a member, which was very gracious and the ladies were appreciative. San Saba loves to host the group but find it difficult to attend the tournaments at other courses. The president presented some costs and a report on the memorial bench for Bobbie Churchill. After a discussion and approval from Frank Churchill, the club will proceed with this memorial. The president brought the calendar to post at the club house with all information for the coming year in lieu of a yearbook. The meeting adjourned with the ladies playing the game “Best at Something”, where you receive one point for being in the fairway, having a one putt, and being on the green in regulation and subtracting a point for a three putt, being in a sand trap or water hazard, or losing your ball. First Place went to Jo Anne Hardy who was also Low Net for the day, second to Hattie Rogers, and third to Anita Miles. Sandee Hartley chipped in to win the chip in pot and won the low putt pot and scored the Low Gross for the day. The ladies were thrilled to have Janet Hoyt back and to report she is doing well since her recent accident. She wasn’t able to play yet but she rode with the girls for nine holes and enjoyed the fellowship. The City is still trimming trees and the course is more beautiful every day. I can't hardly wait till spring to behold this magnificant retreat. I highly recommend golf. I repeat myself, it’s good for your health and good for your soul and it’s just plain fun to be “swinging”!