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JCK MEETINGS
First Wednesday of Every Month from 7:00-9:00pm
SPARR HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CENTER
1613 Glencoe Way, Glendale 91208 (view map)
818-548-2188


JCK Meeting Agendas and Minutes
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DECEMBER 6, 2006 HOLIDAY POTLUCK

JCK Holiday Potluck Party
Wednesday, December 6, 6:30-9:00pm

Sparr Heights Community Center, 1613 Glencoe Way, Glendale 91208
Agenda:   
Evelyn Van Orden, President
    6:00pm: Meet and Greet, Set Up Food, etc.
    6:30pmDelicious POTLUCK Buffet DINNER!
    Holiday Greetings
[Evelyn Van Orden; Officers]
    White Elephant Gift Exchange [Janice Ogata; Members]
    9:00pm:
Adjourn

Minutes:    Marsha Stoddard, Secretary   17 members were present plus 1 guest.
    6:30pm    Dinner
    7:30pm
    Holiday Greetings    Evelyn Van Orden, President 
    A. Announcements     Members
        1.
Thea Orozco from That Yarn Store announced a Charity Knit-Along on Saturday, December 9, from 9-11. They will be knitting for Stitches from the Heart and Knitzilla.
        2. Evelyn announced the Holiday Cookie Party being held by JCK to thank
Sparr Heights Community Center for their generosity in allowing us the use of their facility for our meetings. The party will be Monday, December 11, from 11:00-1:00. We will provide cookies for those who come to have lunch at the Center that day. Some of the cookies will be put in baggies to give to those who have to leave immediately after the lunch. JCK members willing to bake cookies can sign up with Marsha.
    B. Philanthropy   
Judy Gregory, VP Philanthropy
        1.
Judy reported that Afghans for Afghans sent a shipment last month of a final total of 4,050 warm items (their original goal had been 900)!! Several of our members contributed wool items for that shipment.
        2.
Michelle Tang thanked those who had made/bought mittens for her friend’s project of sending mittens to a church mission in New York City for the children there for the holidays. She received 11 pairs of mittens from our group.  She now reports that, as of 12/10, her friend in New York has collected/received at least 472 pairs of mittens – in one month!!
        3. Several members of our group contributed hats and scarves to the Love Scarf Project, sponsored by That Yarn Shop. These items go to cancer patients at City of
Hope.  As of December 10, the project had collected 75 scarves and 21 hats!
    7:45pm    White Elephant Gift Exchange
    8:50pm    Meeting Adjourned