Trail Stitchers set to meet Sept. 24
The National Trail Stitchers Chapter of the Embroidery Guild of America will hold their regular meeting at 7 p.m. Sept. 24 at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall located at 1414 Chapline St., Wheeling.
The evening class will be Karen Phillips-Swallon's flowers basket.
Those interested in needle arts are welcome to attend.
For information, call (304) 312-1566 or (304) 242-2340.
Games party at
The Liberty Grange 1749 of New Alexandria will hold its games party on Saturday at the Grange Hall located on country Road 19, New Alexandria, beginning at 7 p.m.
There will be a $4 donation at the door. The event will include refreshments and prizes.
Doris Matyas presided at the Toronto Senior Citizens meeting on Sept. 12 where Bob Makofsky, Joyce Dye and Bonnie Vance were welcomed as guests.
Mary Alice Meyer gave the blessing for the covered-dish dinner and led in opening exercises.
Toronto Police Chief Randy Henry was guest speaker.
Birthdays and one anniversary were announced.
Reports were given by Joyce Dobbs and Rosemary Bonofine.
Flu shots will be given on Oct. 9 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Roosevelt Building for members.
Lola Swanagan updated members on trips, including the Riverboat on Oct 19.
Bingo winners were Joyce Dye, Emma Haught, Pat Ferrell, Nancy Taggart and Irene Miller. Door prize winners were Jack Doran, Laura Mamula, Emma Haught and Arlene Zahniser. The 50/50 winner was Arlene Zahniser. Scat winners were Rose Dials, Irma Straka, Irene Miller, Dee Fouts, Robbie France, Rich and Joyce Dobbs, Arlene Zahniser and Terry Mamula. The next meeting will be held Sept. 26 at the Roosevelt Building
Richmond Legion to hear delegates
The Richmond American Legion Post 740 Honored Seven will welcome Buckeye Boys State delegates Dallas Tlucholske and Michael Markert to its 7 p.m. Thursday meeting at the post home on Legion Drive.
The two who were sponsored by the Legion will discuss their experiences at the summer event held at Bowling Green State University.
The presentation is open to the public. Members are reminded that dues are due, according to post Commander Dan Vojvodich.