WEIRTON - The Literary Department of the Weirton Woman's Club, a General Federation of Women's Clubs of West Virginia member, met Oct. 15 at Undo's for dinner and meeting.
Chair Diana Durst welcomed members and guests; Barbara Raynolds gave the inspiration; and Molly Mossor led the Pledge of Allegiance and "God Bless America."
Jeanne Amidon and Carol Village gave the Literary Light. Amidon reviewed "Private Games" by James Patterson and "Angel Face" by Nora Roberts. Village reviewed "Kisses from Katie" by Katie Davis, "Then Came Heaven" by La Vyrle Spencer and "Saving Graces" by Elizabeth Edwards. Mossor gave the program, discussing Edgar Allan Poe's life and reading excerpts from the "Tell-Tale Heart" and the poem "Alone."
PROGRAM — Molly Mossor presented a program on Edgar Allan Poe’s life and works during a Literary Department meeting Oct. 15. -- Contributed
Courtesy Chair Minnie Pazich reported 27 members and two guests were in attendance. Membership Chair Helen Gibson reported five new members were in attendance.
Program Chair Enid Williams, Publicity Chair Mossor, Scrapbook Chair Village, Telephone Chair Teresa McGowan and Book Review Chair Sandra Robbins gave reports.
Robbins presented a check to Rik Rekowski, Mary H. Weir Public Library executive director. The check was the proceeds from the group's May fundraiser, a book review luncheon.