Amity Club Meeting Update: Amity Club enjoys tour of miniature houses
“Remembering Our Childhood” the theme for Amity’s October program, planned by First Vice President, Rita Choat. Members met in the home of Jane McNatt in Graham. Mrs. McNatt graciously conducted a tour of her beautifully decorated home. The focus of the tour featured many of the miniature doll houses she has created. Members were awed by the delicate size and details applied to each individual piece. Mrs. McNatt demonstrated single French knots resulting in the creation of a hooked rug for one her current projects. She related how she became fascinated with her hobbies; shared stories, and answered questions from members.
Attending: Evelyn Altmiller, Ann Lundy, Phyllis Whitsitt, Lucretia Taylor, Jan Gauger, Judy Averett, Judi Winslow, Marilyn Norris, Gail Spears, Rita Choat, Carolyn Penn, and JoAn Key. Peggy Choat of Graham, mother-inlaw of Rita Choat was our guest. Four members were excused: Louise Estridge, Betty O’Dell, Jeanie Spivery, and Bobby Wright.
President Whitsitt conducted the business session, with the reading of the Collect, followed by roll call and reading of the minutes by Recording Secretary Judi Winslow. Treasurer report given by Lucretia Taylor, followed by Corresponding Secretary Gail Spears reading of the correspondence. Prior to adjourning the meeting President Whitsitt reminded members to bring donations for the Volunteer Firemen’s Children’s Christmas fund to the November meeting.