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I_,,c,,ea] o THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, April 22, 2010 - A3 t ] 00ation00L] Day of [ TOPS #OK 488 installed these members as officers for 2010-2011 : Ruby Kerntke, leader; Phyllis Alsip, co-leader; Margaret Coate, secretary;Lily Parson, weight-recorder; and Cathy Hunter, treasurer. Stella Hughes was the installer. TI00't ''- sill By Margaret Coate TOPS Secretary Even though our news doesn't get sent to The r Journal very often lately, TOPS #OK 488 is still meeting every Wednesday morning with weigh-in starting around 7:30 and the meeting starting at 9 a.m. and ending at 10 a.m. The new year for this chapter started on March 3rd with election of offi- cers. Ruby, the outgoing leader, is the incoming leader for 2010-2011 so we know we are still in good hands. Other officers are: Phyllis, co-.leader' Marga- ret, secretary; Cathy, trrea- surer; an d Melissa and Lily, weight recorders. Because Cindy is taking some time off, Cathy will be in charge of the weekly challenge and Get Your News Online Anytime TheJ0urnal0Lc0m In print Online Anytime 24/7 !in ttw losing game Cathy will take overthe per- number Of times she has centage game. So now we been the weekly best loser. are ready to continue doing Holly was the monthly what TOPS members, do best loser and Debra was best, Tak(ing) Off Pounds the quarterly best loser Sensibly andKeep(ing) Off with 15.50 pounds lost. Pounds Sensibly. Congratulations to both Also on 3-3, Kay was the of you! weekly best loser with 1.50 Patty Pappan, area cap- pounds lost, Debra was the tain, was a special visitor. February monthly best loser Her excellent program was with 7 pounds. Congratula- Stress: What it is and how tions to both of these ladies ! to better manageit. Among Rochelle received the Sun- other thought-provoking shine gift. ideas, probably the most Stella was the weekly outstanding thought we best loser on 3-17 with should remember is have 3.75 pounds lost. Cathy an attitude of gratitude! received the Sunshine gift. Another outstanding idea Congratulations to both of we took home with us is you! The following week, Remember to take good Debra was again the weekly care of yourself! best loser with 2.75 pounds Our chapter was saddened lost--good for YOU, Debra! by the death of one of our Ruby's program was enti- members, Mary Ellen tied How Sweet It Is! and (Jane) Cooper. members discussed foods We invite anyone who sweetened with sugar and would like to lose weight those sweetened with arti- to join us on Wednesday t Clal sweeteners, mornings to learn better neanstallationon'31: ways to do thatr-and "as, ila "ime!y"iprogra  by, coming to the TOPS meet- Stella using a puzzle of a ing is a good way to make clock. The program was new friends and meet titled Its My Time, taken up with people you may from a TOPS magazine, already know. For more That morning Holly was info, call Ruby at 372- weekly best loser with 6.50 0625 or Margaret at 547- pounds lost--WOW, what 2899--or anyone you might a wonderful loss! Cindy know who belongs to this received the Sunshine gift. chapter. Or you might be Debra was again the more modem and look on weekly best loser on 4-7 tops.org for lots and lots of with 4.50 pounds lost! A information about TOPS ' WOW goes to her for the and losing weight. 'rayer The Perkins Ministerial Alliance invites our com- munity to participate in The National Day of Prayer by seeking God's provi- sions for our city, state, and nation on Thursday, May 6th, 7:00 pm at the Perkins-Tryon Elementary Gym. As the web site for the National Day of Prayer states, "The National Day of Prayer belongs to all Americans. It is a day that transcends differences, bringing together citizens from all backgrounds." In the Constitutional Con- gress of 1787, acrimonious deliberation ensued on how states would be allowed representation in the new government. At the center between the smaller and larger states concerning how much representa- tion each would have in Congress. It was at this point the elder statesman, Benjamin Franklin, stood and moved that "prayers imploring the assistance of Heaven, and its blessing on our deliberations, be held in this Assembly every morn- ing before we proceed to business." What was the outcome of this motion? Division was overcome with the creation of the Senate and House of Rep- resentatives as a balance of power between large 'and smaller states. Plus, prayer has been offered to open both the House and the of the disagreement was Senate since that time. a grand gulf of division Prayer has been a long is May established practice of our nation from the beginning with the Continental Con- gress of 1775 up to today. We have been a country that has turned to God with the aid of prayer during times of growth, tragedies, depressions, wars, and pros- perity in an effort to seek wisdom, aid, and comfort. This historical precedent of prayer was further solidified by being made into law in 1952 as an annual National Day of Prayer. During uncertain times like these, it is imperative that our community gathers together to seek the aid and wisdom of the Ahnighty. The Ministerial Alliance looks forward to praying with our neighbors and friends on this special day. MI Club learns about Right Path The Mutual Improve- ment Club met on April 15, 2010, in the home of Cas- sandra Johnson, Betty Neal and Judy Spillars were the co-hostesses. The meeting started at 7 p.m. Members Attending: Cassandra Johnson, Joan McDaniel, Judy Bartrum, Fern Downey, Kathryn Bos- tian, Dorothy Fagan, J)arla Woody, Virginia Sasser, Linda Shurtz, Nelda Kirby, Jo Hyder, Betty Neal, Barbara Kirby, Loft Gill, Judy Spillars and Irene Nickels. Guests: Genevieve Hurst, Gayla Bates, Lorie James and Loft Gill's daughter, Ashley. A contribution was given to the Thomas Wilhite Memo- fial Library to cover the cost of two books they purchased (The Embroidery Stitch Bible and The Essential Stitch Col- lection). A pink rose was sent to Linda Shurtz, who recently had surgery, our prayers are with her. A thank you letter was sent by Linda, for think- ing of her and sending the pink rose. The May meeting is in the home of Barbara Kirby, May 6th at 6 p.m. We will have a salad supper and enjoy fun and fellowship. Our meeting adjourned at 7:25 and our guest speaker, Juanita Fitzgerald, was introduced by Judy Spillars. Juanita volunteers at "The Right Path Riding Academy" in Dnunright, OK. They are a not-for-profit organization created to help the disabled enjoy the benefits of therapeu- tic tiding. The program was founded by Leslie Kirkland a registered physical therapist. She wanted to assist handi- capped individuals to achieve their physical, emotional and cognitive potential. It takes three volunteers to assist each individual during a lesson. They encourage anyone interested to visit them and watch what takes place. Juanita handed out brochures to everyone and stated that volunteers and donations are always needed and welcomed. Juanita thanked us for being invited to share their program with us. Refreshments were served. Brownies Help C.A.T.S. Perkins 3rd Grade Brownie Troop 2353 presented a $100 check to Betty Ottaway and C.A.T.S. (Carts Are Treated Special) and Apr. 14 to help with food and medical expenses for the cats. The girls raised the money through their cookie sales. Ottaway said, "1 want to express my sincere appreciation to the girls and leaders for their compassion and thoughtfutl- ness for the rescued cats of Perkins." Pictured (I to r): Madison Chapman, Ashlynn Moore, Britney Kitchel, Kiara Whitehead, Rayanne Bowman, Monica Gregory, Betty Ottaway, Zoie Morrison, Selena Hoover, Janilee Coleman, Jasmine Sparkman, Ashton Cartmell. Journal photo by David Sasser Lost Creek United Methodist Church invitesyou to their annual Men's Bar-B-Q & Ladies' Quilt Auction Saturday, April 24, 2010, at Lost Creek United Methodist Church 8002 S. Washington, Stillwater, OK (6 miles south of Stillwater on Hwy. 177, then I mile west on 80th Street.) Bar-B-O. starts at 5:30 p.m., Quilt Auction starts at 7:00 p.m. Proceeds from the evening w II go toward various church rain stries. ; Men's Bar.-B-Q i Bar-B-Q Meal Features All-You-Can-Eat Brisket - w Pork Loin Potato Salad ] Bologna & Sausage BakedBeans Cajun Rice Relish Tray Chocolate Sheet Cake Bread Coffee, Tea, & Lemonade Bar-B-Q Tickets Adults--S8.00 Seniors (65 and up)--$6.00 Children 4-12 years--S6.00 Children under 4 years--Free For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Rod Wanger at (405} 269-3560, Email: rwpw@suddenlink.net, Lost Creek UMC at [405)377-0927, Email: tcreekumc@aol.com. A number of quilts will be auctioned, including: . Brown Antique Star--king size , Dark Green Dancing Stars--king size * Blue 9-Patch--queen size . "Mary Haley" fabric full size * Antique Embroidered Flower--twin size * 2 Baby Quilts and more!! * Many other handmade items i i q i i i i i i i