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Agape House reviews policies, rules

Posted on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 12:31 pm

In their June 16 meeting, Agape House of Vandalia board members reviewed the house policies and rules.
A minor clarification was made in a policy. In other business, members voted to replace floor registers throughout the facility.
An air conditioner has failed to cool and is under observation by a professional.
Kay Robnett and Veanna Snodgrass represented Agape House in United Way of Audrain County interviews June 9.
House manager Doris Donoho has returned to work following a medical procedure. She reports there were 55 guests, including 10 children, at the house in May. These persons had visited family members at the correctional centers in Bowling Green and Vandalia.
Board members in attendance were Alberta Cropp, Carlene Galloway, Janet Heim, Karen Holbrook, Sterling Holbrook, Floy Oliver, Kay Robnett, and Veanna Snodgrass.
The next meeting will be held July 21.
Monetary gifts received in May include the following: Edgewood Baptist Church and National Crime Victim Rights organization (Northeast Correctional Center) of Bowling Green; Ramsey Creek Baptist Church, of Clarksville; Bethlehem Baptist Church, of Centralia; Curryville Baptist Church, and Elm Grove Baptist Church, of Curryville; Darrell and Judy Moger, of Eldorado Springs; Farber Baptist Church and Gladys Williams, of Farber; Jay and Bamby Miller, of Farmington; Grand Crossings Baptist Association, of Fulton; Frederick Neubert, of Ridge Farm, Illinois; Paul Burnett, of Waterloo, Iowa; Laddonia Christian Church; St. Peter’s Lutheran Ladies’ Aid of LaGrange; Nancy White, of Roeland Park, Kansas; Lockewood Park Baptist Church and Friendship Baptist Church, of Mexico; New York Life Insurance Company (Beth Schnitker, Middletown); Nora Smith, of Peace Valley; Mary Scheffler of Leander, Texas; Hopewell Baptist Church and John Yost, of Thompson; Southside Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, First Baptist Church, and First Christian Church, all of Vandalia; and Hopewell Baptist Church, of Wellsville.
Non-monetary gifts included  printer cartridges for recycling by Teresa Cunningham, of Middletown.