LISBON — The September assembly of the Columbiana County Retired Academics Affiliation was held on the Lisbon First United Methodist Church.
Nancy Dicken welcomed the members, led the pledge and took roll name. The minutes have been supplied by Loretta Davidson and the treasurer’s report by Rosemary Bruehler.
Janet Creighton, deputy assistant to President George W. Bush and director of the Workplace of Intergovernmental Affairs, introduced “Behind the Scenes at The White Home.” She spoke in regards to the six tales, 132 rooms and 35 bogs that compose the oldest constructing in Washington, D.C. Creighton highlighted the protocols anticipated for various occasions, in addition to why the presidents all the time go on trip in August – so staff can clear and paint whereas the president is away.
The 50/50 was received by Bruehler. Colleen McCoy received the free meal for the subsequent assembly. That assembly will probably be held Thursday, Oct. 19 at midday on the similar location.