Club President Sherri Bond welcomed the 13 members and guests who attended. Treasurer Stacy Beard presented her report and Barbara Clevenger presented the minutes of the previous meeting, which were approved.
Jack L. Menges, representing Open Door, told the group his organization is a resource center with the intent to offer donated items to organizations and individuals in need. He emphasized that Sedalia organizations and those in the surrounding area worked together for the betterment of all citizens.
In other business, Clevenger reported that stickpins had been received to be given to women at the McKinley Days celebration and that Kris Cox had designed and printed an informational flyer about the local club to distribute with the stickpins.
Cox and Cheryl Brown attended Legislative Day in Jefferson City recently.
It was also reported that Teresa Kelly has selected books to be donated to area schools and that the club would host a voter registration drive in June.
Upcoming events reported included that Girl Scouts would hold a flag burning ceremony this month and that the May picnic would be held at the home of Stanley aned Kris Cox.
The club’s next meeting will be April 10 when Jill Noble of Concerned Women in America will discuss Common Cause.