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Woman’s club sponsors LCHS art work at Kentucky Federation convention

LOUISA — The GFWC-KFWC/Louisa Woman’s Club sponsored the art work of Lawrence County High School students at the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs Convention in Louisville April 3-6. L.W.C. Secretary Bessie Lee Moore represented the club.

First-place winners were James Cook for a print; Jessica Carter for her sculpture; and Heather Morehead for her cross stitch. They each received a $25 check with their ribbons. Terry Burchett won second place in weaving and Andrea Fluty won third place in pottery. Brenda Thornbury is their teacher.

The Louisa Woman’s Club received certificates from CARE, HOBY and Cardinal Treatment Center.

The club held their regular meeting Monday, April 7, at the Lawrence County Public Library.

President Claudette Johnson called the meeting to order. The pledge to the flag was given by spiritual leader Phyllis Waller, who also read the poem “Old Glory” and presented each member with a copy of “The Alphabetical Assurance,” a poem explaining thanks, gratitude and love to God.

Officers elected for 2003 include Barbara Greer, president; Patricia Lee, vice president; Bessie Lee Moore, secretary; and Jeanine Jett, treasurer.

Ruth Ann Johnson will install new officers at the installation banquet Monday, May 5, at Lisa’s Front Porch Restaurant.

Moore attended the KFWC Convention in Louisville April 3-6.

Francis Cain and Alva Hale served refreshments to members Johnson, Moore, Jett, Elaine Butler, Waller, Virginia Salmons and Greer.

Moore won the door prize.

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