On Feb. 28, Winifred Fritz of Brighton was visited by Carol Robinson, a friend from St. Joseph church in East Pleasant Plain. She was also visited by her daughter, Lucy Dietzman, along with Malcolm and Brenden of Keosauqua on March 2. They provided the noon meal and enjoyed the afternoon playing games.
Fritz received news that her brother, Herb Moeller of Wever, had suffered a heart attack. He is recuperating at home.
Pat Remington of Brighton kept her daughter, Angela Goarmoe with Christopher of Mt. Pleasant company while she participated at the Flea Market on Brighton on March 2. They enjoyed dining at the Frontier Cafe in Washington before they returned home.
Providing the noon meal of March 3 at the home of Winifred Fritz were her children: Tony, and Lynn as well as Mary Boatright and Jane and Virgil Symmonds of Fairfield.
Eighteen people gathered to play 10 point pitch at the Brighton Community Building at 6 p.m.
Gerald Pacha and Jerry Cline were the male winners. The female winners were Ann Snyder and Janet Fritz.
Chapter AQ P.E.O. met March 5 at the home of Joyce Wilson in Washington. The Installation of Officers will be held at the home of Judy Bloom on March 26. Shirley Schooley will co-host.
The meeting dates are now the second and fourth Tuesday of the month.
Ten people (from the Brighton, Wayland and Fairfield areas) attended the weekly Celebrate Recovery meeting at the Brighton Church of God, Thursday, March 7. Attendees enjoyed a lesson on how the discovery of self helps in overcoming hurts, habits and hangups. The next meeting, open to the public, will be held Thursday, March 14, beginning at 6 p.m. with a free meal.