The May meeting of the Oklahoma Home and Community Education Woodall Club was called to order by President Fran Ridenhour Wednesday, May 8. Present were Mildred Davis, Melanie Foreman, Joyce Moss, Tara Ellison, Shirley Jones, Sharon Gifford, Sue Molloy, Meghan Monholland, Teresa Fleming, Debra Monholland, Eyvone York and Yvonne Moss.
The Cultural Enrichment committee will host a Native American workshop activity Tuesday, June 25, at the Lost City Community Building. Pam Bakke with Cherokee Nation Community Services will teach attendees how to make a patriotic wreath. The workshop is free to the public. It will be 1:30 to 3 p.m.; refreshments will be provided.
An "Apple IQ" workshop will be hosted by the club Thursday, June 27, at 10 a.m. in the Cherokee County Community Building. Information about apples will be combined in a handout with recipes containing apples. Varieties of apples and prepared recipes will be there for taste testing. The workshop is free and open to everyone.
Drive by Fruiting is the club's Healthy Living project. Fresh fruits and vegetables will be donated to Hope House so residents will have a nutritious snack or food.
The Resource Management committee added 17 pairs of eyeglasses to its collection for Tahlequah Lions Club. The public can drop off unwanted eyeglasses at the OSU Extension Office.
Everyone is invited to the next meeting Wednesday, June 12, at Hulbert City Park. Attendees should bring a sack lunch and wear walking shoes. Members will have a short meeting at 11 a.m. Afterward, they'll get their hearts pumping on the walking trail in observance of the OHCE state project on Women's Health Issues.
OHCE meetings and activities are open to the public. To become a member, contact Ridenhour at 918-207-8312, or the OSU Extension Office at 918-456-6163.