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Enterprise Woman's Club

By Staff
November 10, 2004
Report submitted by Pat Smith
The Enterprise Woman's Club met Nov. 4 in the home of Rande Brown. The meeting opened with Rachel Kamper presenting a program about the Students Against Destructive Decisions, or "SADD," organization from Enterprise High School.
Wesley Lee, student representative, and Christina Moore, SADD president, explained the purpose of the organization and outlined their fund-raising projects.
Lula Mae Priester gave the devotional. New member, Pam Himebrook, was welcomed.
Members listened to a progress report on money for the carousel horse sponsored by the Woman's Club, and were asked to submit possible names for the horse. Two members, Pam Himebrook and Jonie Kidd, will paint the horse, if approved by the carousel horse committee.
Brenda Lord reported that the "Make a Difference Day" Clean-Up was very successful.
Three clubs Future Business Leaders Association, Students Against Destructive Decisions and the Beta Club from the Enterprise School system sent volunteers to help with the clean-up. Lord also reported that the First Saturday Flea Market has become successful and there are several vendors reserving spaces. Pat Smith reported the Enterprise May Festival is beginning to come together and should be a great success.
Jonnie Kidd asked members to sign a pledge to go to the Enterprise Library and check out a book by a Mississippi author.
Betty Purvis, president of Enterprise Woman's Club, invited the members to her home for the annual Christmas Party on Dec. 2. State GFWC/MFWC president, Deborah Dickens of Prentiss, will be present.
Members present at the November meeting were: Faith Brown, Rande Brown, Margaret Buckley, Gwen Burt, Winifred Davis, Carol Fortin, Pam Hineberg, Rachel Kamper, Dorothy Kersh, Jonie Kidd, Brenda Lord, Mary Margaret Mallard, Lula Mae Priester, Betty Purvis, Kay Risher and Pat Smith.

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