Willing Workers get tips on learning to think positive

The Willing Workers of White Hall’s Extension Homemakers Club met recently in the meeting room of the White Hall Library for its regular monthly meeting.

President Cheri Aronowitz welcomed everyone and the meeting was called to order. Mary Wall read the welcome thought, Karen Needler led the Homemaker’s Creed, Dee Kindrick read the handy hint, and Karen Needler read the inspiration from Luke 6:37.

Members answered the roll call by telling how they think positively. Members present were Aronowitz, Jo Ann Carr, Sara Hester, Kindrick, Needler, Sarah Payton, Elizabeth Wall and Mary Wall.

Kindrick presented the program How to Get Rid of “Stinking Thinkin”. Attendees learned how to avoid common ways that people think negatively and learned how to be thankful for the good things in their lives. Participants were also given a Personal Journey booklet that included reminders and thoughts to promote positive thinking in daily life. The program ended with everyone sharing something that they’re thankful for.

News of recent community service projects were also shared at the meeting. These included donations of money to the White Hall Food Pantry, cancer caps to the Children’s Hospital, and door decorations and ornaments donated to the White Hall Nursing Home.

Refreshments were provided by Aronowitz and Carr and included chicken noodle soup, crackers and cheese, Stollen bread, egg salad sandwiches, and red velvet cake.

The club meets at 7 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Guests are always welcome. To learn more about Extension Homemakers, call any member or Mary Ann Kizer at 870-534-1033.