Janet Cauthern entertained the Keenagers with music from their “earlier days.” She accompanied at the piano with the group singing.
Some of the favorite songs were, “Sentimental Journey,” “Look for the Silver Lining,” “Side by Side,” “Cruising Down the River,” “Michael, Row the Boat Ashore,” “May The Good Lord Bless and Keep You” and “God Bless America.” This seemed to bring back memories to the seniors. Dorothy Spruill and Norma Jean Martin played a duet on the piano, also.
Willette Pearson presided over the meeting and Loren Hildebrant gave the devotion. His topic was “Storm Watching,” which seemed appropriate as Isaac was nearing.
Edith Farmer read the minutes from the last meeting. Pearson updated the group on a trip to Bluffton on Thursday, Sept. 20, to White Oak Farms. She also reminded the group about the Three Church meeting in Valdosta on Nov. 15. The three churches are First Baptist Valdosta, First Baptist Bainbridge and First Baptist Moultrie. The Rev. Wayne Woods enlightened the members about the Soup Kitchen ministry, which is Pathway to Heaven Outreach, and invited everyone to help serve the meals at the old Calvary Church on Wednesday nights.
Birthdays for the month of August were Eva Clayton, Betty Hildebrant, Shirley Mims, Jim Pearson, Willette Pearson, Iris Tillman and Grover Estep. Door Prizes went to Marilyn Demott and Jim Pearson.
The covered dish luncheon was hosted by the Keenager officers.
Frank Farmer greeted the members and guests as they arrived and assisted them with their covered dishes.
Special guests were Klaus and Ingrid Feuerschuetz from Germany.
Hildebrant dismissed the meeting and remembered the ones on the Prayer List.