Congratulations to Larry Keller, former Kremlin Mayor, for being selected as the Citizen of the Year during the Kremlin Lions Club annual Valentine Sweetheart Dinner Feb. 14.
The WildHorse Gang’s February meeting featured two very special guests. Danny Vermillion, who grew up at the Enid State School, now known as NORCE, gave a brief history of his experience being a client at the age of 5, and Air Force 1st Lt. Curtis Holtman entertained the gang with his five generations of military history and his volunteer work with Chicago youth while in high school.
WildHorse Gang members Dalton McAlister and his mom Branda, Tristen Lockhart, Hunter Minnick, Taryn Rhodes, Caileigh Rodriguez and David Campbell, along with Gini Zaloudek, were guest waiters two weekends in February at the Gaslight Dinner Theatre presentation of “Becky’s New Car.” On Feb. 22, nine members, Lockhart, Minnick, Jordan Presley, Caileigh and Miguel Rodriguez, Olivia and Emily and mom Cindy Felber, Jon McGrath, Justin Lippard and Zaloudek, were waiters at Feastin’ & Fiddlin,’ an arts and humanities fundraiser.
Upcoming events for the WildHorse Gang are the monthly meeting Tuesday, the Jeff Wiggins Pancake Supper Thursday at the FWZ Community Center, and Dillard’s annual Easter Style Show on Saturday.
The Kremlin Home Culture HCE met Feb. 18 at the home of Joyce Fales. She presented the lesson, Healthy Grains, with a demonstration and tasting of couscous, quinoa, wheat crackers and whole wheat muffins.
Attending were Stefanie Franklin, Carolyn Ott, Beverly Buller, Sharon Riddle, Virginia Craig and Avis Forbes.
The club completed the 2013 program books, discussed ways to assist Kremlin Hillsdale 4-H Club, made plans to attend the NW District OHCE meeting on March 22 in Perry, started planning items for the Garfield County Fair, and made plans to honor former members who recently have passed away.
Ott reported on adopting a couple in a nursing home and Craig will chair a committee to make 26 slip covers for the Kremlin-Hillsdale kindergarten rest pads.