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December 6, 2013

INFBPW/Knightstown November meeting

INFBPW(Indiana Federation of Business & Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc.) Knightstown had the November meeting at Sugarbakers in Knightstown on Nov. 18 with Jackie Woolard, PSP as hostesses.

Tina Williams, president, presided at the meeting. INFBPW/Knightstown participated in Trunk or Treat and it went well. Members are still working on having a dinner theatre. Next year a committee will be selected for Working Women’s Week. Tina Williams, president, Barbara Mofield, District 2 director and INFBPW executive director, and Jackie Woolard, PSP, District 2 treasurer attended the INFBPW/District 2 Fall Meeting held at Elmhurst in Connersville on Nov. 16.

Cinda Howell and Cathy Stevenson presented an interesting and educational program on MediKins teaching aids by Legacy Products, Inc. Cinda talked about how the MediKins medical teaching aids are sold in the United States and all over the world to hospitals, clinics, and medical facilities to explain cancer, asthma, infectious diseases, heart problems and more. She brought with her two MediKins and showed how they teach people about diseases. She also brought the MediKins books to teach children thru books. MediKins are sold from Cambridge City and made in Richmond. For more information about MediKins teaching aids, their website is www.legacyproductsinc.com.

The next meeting will be Dec. 16 at Sugarbakers in Knightstown with Barbara Mofield as hostess. Members are to bring food donations for the Cheer Guild baskets for Knightstown. Anyone interested in attending a meeting can contact any INFBPW member or Barbara Mofield, INFBPW Executive Director at infbpw@centurylink.net or 765-345-9812.

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