The Hardy Timely Club met at the home of Cindy Bronson Nov. 11 with Monya Hill and Tracy Webb serving as co-hostesses. A program on the depletion of Arkansas groundwater aquifers was presented by a representative of the Arkansas Soil Conservation Department.
Following the program, the business meeting was called to order. Mae Richeson reported that the fountain in Loberg Park has been completed. Membership cards to the Sharp County Friends of the Library were passed out and it was announced that all Timely Club members had joined. A donation of memorial books honoring Maude White and A.L. Hutson will be made to the library.
Brenda Shields reported on the tree planting at the Veterans' Park in Ash Flat and the recent magic show at Cherokee Elementary School on electrical safety and conservation.
Members will decide on recommendations for candidates for the RN and teacher scholarships at the December meeting.
Jan Haney reported on the cookbooks, which will be dedicated to Maude White and available on the tour of homes Dec. 5.