On Thursday, February 11, 2010, the Logan County Homemakers held their annual International Night. The country of focus this year was the Republic of Georgia. Guest speakers were Barry and Carolyn Corder and their children, Andrew, Anna Marie, Abigail, James, Elizabeth, and Rachel. The Corder’s were missionaries to the Republic of Georgia for several years before coming back to the United States. The Homemakers had a potluck meal including a couple dishes native to the Republic of Georgia and were able to watch a video during dinner of Georgian dancers performing common dances of the country. Following dinner, the Corder family spoke on various aspects of life in the Republic of Georgia including food, politics, education, family life, religion and more. The family also spoke the native language of Georgia during parts of the presentation. The Corder family also provided many items and souvenirs from the Republic of Georgia that the Homemakers were able to see and hear about. Logan County Homemaker International Night was a very informative, enjoyable experience as we learned about a different country in our world and were able to compare life in the Republic of Georgia to our lives in the United States.