High Plains has program on Ukraine
Marvel Hopkins-Keyse hosted the March 16 meeting of High Plains Study Club with Jean Hardy the co-hostess.
Roll call was answered by 18 women telling of their “perfect day.”
A devotion on “Spring, a Time of New Beginnings” was given by Hardy.
The community affairs report was given by Dorothy Spitzer on economic development in Scott City.
The program was presented by Anya Kasselman on the Ukraine. Anya grew up in the Ukraine under communist rule and still has family living there.
Her program was heartfelt and informative.
Next meeting will be a field trip on April 6 to Heartland Mills, The Country Oven, and the Modoc City Hall.
Joy Cole will be hostess.
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