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Larned Briefs
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Pawnee Republicans
will meet tonight

LARNED — Pawnee County Republican reorganizational meeting is scheduled at 6 p.m. Thursday at Larned Nazarene Church, 11th and Broadway.
All precinct committee members are encouraged to attend. The meeting is open to all Republicans and prospective Republicans.
Call 620-285-5110 or 285-525-1500 for additional information.

Nursing director will
be featured Monday

LARNED — Pawnee Valley Community Hospital Foundation  will be hosting “Ask The Expert” during Coffee Chat on Monday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Pawnee Valley Community Hospital.  
Kendra Barker, nursing director at Pawnee Valley Community Hospital, will be the featured speaker. Barker oversees acute care and the emergency department. She will talk about influenza and flu vaccinations and wintertime precautions.  
Coffee Chat is held every Monday and is an opportunity for community members to gather together over free coffee and treats while sharing great fellowship and conversation.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

Sacred Heart Altar
Society’s sale set

LARNED — Sacred Heart Altar Society will sponsor the Attic, Basement, Closet sale from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday and from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday in the school auditorium.
Winter coats, stocking hats, mittens, scarves and snow boots are the only clothing available at the sale.  

Quilting Bees meet

LARNED — The guild met Tuesday in the fellowship hall of the First Presbyterian Church.  President Colleen Wolf read thank you notes from Joyce Henderson and Darlene Miorandi for prayer quilts.  
Announcements included the orange fat quarter drawing at the next meeting on Oct. 21 and a workday scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Discussion was held regarding the Christmas Party which is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 2 beginning at 6:30 p.m. with a potluck supper followed by a gift exchange.
Ann Hicks announced the upcoming quilt block demonstration of “Disappearing Pinwheel” at the Jordaan Library at noon.  The public is invited on Oct. 13 and should bring their own lunch.
The short workshop will be held on the second Mondays of the month.  In addition, Hicks announced baby receiving blankets are being constructed for a hospital and orphanage in Nigeria.  Anyone wishing to help may contact Hicks at the church, 620-285-6033.
Diane Schultz displayed the November quilt block with pattern to be demonstrated and distributed at the next meeting.  Those guild members who constructed the October quilt block displayed them.  
Show and Tell participants were: Merlene Baird, “Japanese Lady” wall hanging with panel and scraps donated by Alice Clapsaddle; Opal Macy, “Dresden Plate” block appliqued by hand; and Alice Clapsaddle, three wall hangings for Christmas.