The Ottumwa Courier

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April 25, 2013

Osky Women's Connection to meet May 13

Osky Women’s


to meet May 13

OSKALOOSA — Rugs, quilts and attic creations will be the theme at the Oskaloosa Women’s Connection program at 6:30 p.m. May 13 at the Peppertree Restaurant.

After the meal, Shirley Van Donsealaar will discuss her home business “Attic Creations,” and she’ll display rugs, quilts and other home comforts that she makes.

Saundra Bengston from Clinton will be the featured speaker, and she will discuss her journey and victory through crisis and heartbreak. Kathy Abrams will provide music.

The cost is $10. Make reservations for dinner and free child care by calling Kay at 641-295-6907 or Gloria at 641-670-0153 by May 9.

Cancellations are necessary no later than noon May 13.

‘Lunch and

Learn’ events

set for May

OTTUMWA — Wapello County Extension is hosting “Lunch and Learn” events in May at the extension office, 214 E. Main St.

• May 3 — noon to 1 p.m., Lunch and Learn Food Preservation 101 with ISU Extension Specialist Barb Anderson. Light lunch provided. Must pre-register by May 1.

• May 10 — noon to 1 p.m., Lunch and Learn Growing Herbs with Stacie Latham. Bring sack lunch. Must pre-register by May 8.

• May 17 — 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Lunch and Learn Good Agricultural Practices (introduction webinar). Light lunch served. Must pre-register by May 15.

To register or for more information, call 641-682-5491.

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