The Wallace Creek EE Club and the Live Oak EE Club met together at the Wallace Creek clubhouse on Thursday, October 16, 2008 at 2:00 p.m.
Lynn Blankenship called the meeting to order. The group said the TEEA Creed. Roll call was answered to "What was your favorite Halloween Costume." Doris Cates read the minutes of the September meeting. Imogene Hawkins gave the treasurer's report.
The yearbook was discussed. Each club is to check for corrections and turn them into the office, and have dues paid by October 21, 2008. The programs for the 2009 year will be health care with each club responsible for one specialist to give the programs.
The Pecan Food Show will be Friday, December 5th at the courthouse. The rules are the same and can be obtained from the Extension office. It will be open to San Saba County club members, any youth, and non member men and women. To add more interest in entries this year will be cash prizes for the champions and reserve champions. Prize money will be $100 to champions and $50 to the reserve champions. All first place entries compete for the champion and reserve champion. Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m.and end at 9:00 a.m. The bake sale starts at 1 p.m. The winners will be announced Saturday morning at the Pecan Trade Days and ride in the Christmas Parade on Saturday evening. Any item not sold by 2:00 p.m. on Friday will be put in a safe place and sold on Saturday on the square.
The San Saba County TEEA council will have a garage sale on November 1 at the Pecan Trade Days. Each member is asked to bring or send an item, pre-priced by 7:30 a.m.
Please no clothing. The money from the garage sale will go to the council. We will sell raffle tickets for our quilt at a different table. The quilt money will go to the Wallace Creek Club for up-keep on the historical clubhouse building. The quilt will be awarded at the Pecan Food Show on December 5th, to the lucky winner.
The annual Thanksgiving Supper will be November 10 at 6 p.m. at the Wallace Creek clubhouse. Everyone is invited to enjoy the good food and fellowship.
The Wallace Creek Club will sell raffle tickets for the quilt at the Health Fair at the Civic Center on November 4th from 11-2.
Josephine Becker from the Flower Garden on South Highway 16 gave the program on flower arranging. She made a beautiful flower arrangement.
Marilyn Miller served the members and guest refreshments. Those from Wallace Creek club were Lynn Blankenship, Marilyn Miller, Frances Herrington, Lucy Wilson, Imogene Hawkins, and Doris Cates; those from Live Oak club were Dorothy Gage, Connie Ballinger, Amanda Jackson, Bertha Griffay, Faye Currie and Myrna Najar.