The Modern Homettes CEOS Club conducted its April meeting at the home of Ethel Andrews, with Eleanor Harris serving as co-hostess.
The meeting was called to order by President Lucy Mullins. The pledge was recited by all in attendance. Vice President Sheila Thomason gave the meditation titled "Be Amazed."
The minutes were given out, and Andrews made a motion to accept the minutes. Cindy Phillips seconded the motion. The treasurer's report was presented and accepted.
Modern Homettes CEOS?members attend a meeting in April at the home of Ethel Andrews.
In old business, the March 1 CEOS of the Year nomination forms were due March 9. There was a Spring Achievement committee meeting at the West Virginia University Extension Office. Mullins, Donna Bennett, Jean Hollen and Debbie Quick attended.
In new business, donating food to the Parish House was discussed. A decision will be made later about collecting food or just donating money. April 2 was the Achievement Banquet. The forms for the County Belle and Strawberry Belle were due. The club planned to nominate a 2013 county project. They also were set to vote for the 2012 County Belle and Strawberry Belle.
Quick, health motivator, spoke about different types of exercise. Strength training helps maintain muscle mass. Flexibility training helps muscles maintain their elasticity. Aerobic exercise is the best exercise for the heart.
Shirley Spreaker gave a lesson titled "Ramps: A Spring Tonic." Ramps are best known as part of the Appalachian cultural tradition. Ramps are one of the first greens of the spring season.