The Riata Service Organization met Feb. 23 at the home of Amy Capps with Brenda Kothmann as co-hostess. 27 members braved the snow and cold weather to attend the meeting.
The guest speaker, Rosemary Davis, gave a interesting talk entitled "Collecting Family Memories". Mrs. Davis encouraged everyone to write down or record family stories for future generations, along with photographs and memorabilia.
Pat Tucker, president, presided over the meeting.
Officers reports were given.
Committee reports were given: Civic Chairperson reports the rummage sale will be March 6th, Riata Luncheon will be May 5th at the First Baptist Church.
Cookbook Chairperson, reports there are 56 cookbooks left. After discussion it was voted to do a new cookbook.
Heritage Park Chairperson, reports that a granite marker for the Treaty Oak Tree would cost $403.88. It was voted to purchase the marker. Jodie Kingston read a letter that will be sent to the family of Arleene Gammill in her memory.
Meeting was adjourned.