The Feb. 13 meeting of the Lynchburg Three Arts Club was held at the home of Ellen Pennington.

In the absence of our president, vice president Doris Randolph conducted the meeting and opened it by reading the club collect. Our color of the month is green, and we answered the roll call by naming our favorite way to relax. Secretary Colleen Mount read the minutes of the last meeting.

The club had chosen the book “Little Fires Everywhere” by Celeste Ng for our book discussion for February. It was a very interesting book set in the planned community of Shaker Heights. A controversy was started over an adoption. The book chronicles the lives of the families in this community and how they affected each other.

Our hostess served a surprisingly tasty dessert of kale cake and other vegan snacks to Wendy Johnson, Nancy Lippert, Pennington, Mount, Randolph and Nancy Shaffer.