Karen Cambre, Langley, Layne
2: LVFC Scholarship to go out to schools
13: LVFC Soup Day, Extension Office, 10 AM
31: Parish Reports Due to State Chairmen
20-22: LVFC Board Meeting & Convention, Houma
20-24: AgMagic, Parker Coliseum
TBD: LVFC Appreciation Luncheon
At the November VFC Council Meeting, it was voted on to keep the current VFC Council Officers.
Three families were adopted by Albany VFC.Members purchased items to make their Christmas a little brighter.
Lady Bugs worked 144 hours on the plastic mats for the homeless.They constructed 10 fidget quilts, 41 prayer blankets, and two bibs.
88 pillowcases were constructed and donated to OLOL Hospital.The club also displayed their quilts at the Creole Festival.
You are invited to join us for Soup Day! Mark your calendar for January 13 at 10am at the LSU AgCenter Office. All reports will be collected at Soup Day. Please make every effort to submit your reports to your club chair before January 13. Jinx Berthelot doesn’t need pictures for her report. Just send in pages 24 & 39 (individually) to your Family Life Club Chair who will total the numbers. From the volunteer hours you submit to Jinx, I’ll pull the hours for the volunteer awards from the Lt. Governor’s Office. Other reports due at Soup Day from All clubs include: International Program of Work, Environment Program of Work, Literacy Program of Work, Individual Literacy, and Form 18. Special thanks to Jinx Berthelot for volunteering to make chicken vegetable soup and to Sharyn Lobell for volunteering to make the corn and potato soup. If you plan to join us on Soup Day, feel free to bring crackers, dips, or any other refreshment.
Thank you to the Port Vincent VFC Club for hosting a very memorable Annual VFC Christmas Program.Christmas on the Bayou was a hit!All the clubs enjoyed the entertainment, music, and food.I’m pleased to report that the Cancer Services Donations totaled $2072.And, from the picture of the pirogue, your giving hearts will help the Foster Village with pajamas and toys.
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May your holidays be Merry & Bright! See you in 2020! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.
All the best for the New Year!
Area Nutrition Agent
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