CMS science teacher speaks at AGC September meeting
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Tammy Magouirk, science teacher at Cleveland Middle School. Magouirk presented a program titled “Relationship Between Flowers and God.”
Tammy Magouirk, science teacher at Cleveland Middle School. Magouirk presented a program titled “Relationship Between Flowers and God.”
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The Aldersgate Garden Club held its September meeting at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. Hostess for the meeting was Edwina Robinson. There were 10 members and one guest in attendance.

Sheryl Gash gave the devotion titled, “A Small Gift to Give Yourself,” followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

Robinson introduced her guest, Tammy Magouirk, science teacher at Cleveland Middle School. Magouirk presented a program titled “Relationship Between Flowers and God.”

The three main talking points concerned:

1. Why Saint Teresa is called a “Little Flower.”

2. God gave us Jesus as an eternal life insurance policy.

3. Reaping what you sow.

After the program, Jackie Westfield, president, conducted the business meeting. Cynthia Humes gave the secretary’s report and Margenia McKissic gave the financial report.

Members were reminded of the following meetings: Oct. 3, President and District III Board Meeting; Oct. 9-10; Conservation Camp at Paris Landing State Park; and Oct. 17, District III Fall Membership Meeting at the First United Methodist Church in Dayton.

Westfield encouraged members to attend the Conservation Camp and Fall Membership Meeting. After the meeting, members enjoyed refreshments of soup and dessert. Door prizes were drawn by Hostess.

Thanks to the hostess were given by Charlotte Timberlake.

Others in attendance were Billie Blair, Kay Cox, Regenia Piersaul and Lelia Ware.