The Durham Willing Workers met at the Baptist Fellowship Hall for their September club meeting. It sure seemed like a short but busy summer. Visiting before club started was about vacations, gardens, but mostly kids, grand kids, and great grand kids because most of us have become seasoned Senior citizens with lots of advice and the time for family gatherings. The club meeting was plans for the Second Annual Rib Cookoff to raise funds for the community building.Refreshments were served to those in attendance: Pat Collins, Lucille Porter, Judi Walser, Stephanie Bachmann, Janna Montgomery and Karen Harman. Next meeting in…

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