80-plus luncheon at noon on Sept. 18

CAROGA LAKE — President Grace Eglin opened the Tuesday, meeting of the Nick Stoner Seniors with “The Lord’s Prayer,” Pledge of Allegiance and Hello to your Neighbors.

Marion Snell gave the secretary’s report and it was accepted as read. The treasury report was read by Shirley Holliday and it was accepted. It was noted all members are paid and up to date.

Jean Griffen gave the hospitality report. The refreshment committee for the Sept. 4, meeting will be Kathy Powell, Janice McLaughlin and Louise Stock.

The Sunshine report was given by Judy Elmendorf. She has sent out several cards this month. She also asked if someone would take over the sunshine as she leaves in the fall. Jean Griffen will see if Barbara McFee will take it over.

McLaughlin gave the trip report — 40 people have signed up for the trip to Vermont Country Store on Oct. 9. Those attending will leave Johnstown McDonald’s at 7:15 a.m. and Caroga Town Hall at 7:45 a.m. and return to Johnstown at 6 p.m. The money for the trip needs to be handed in by the Sept. 18, meeting

The 80 plus luncheon will be at noon Sept. 18, at the Saltsman’s Hotel. Sign up by Sept. 4.

The anniversary luncheon will be at noon Oct. 16, at Vrooman’s Hotel. The signup sheets will be passed out at the Sept. 4, meeting with cost and menu.

Jeannine Schwartz made a motion to have a social hour on the days the group doesn’t have meetings in the months of January and February. Everyone was interested by the show of hands and the motion was passed. The seniors will discuss this further at a later date.

Sharon Fenstermacher took attendance and sold raffle tickets. There were 21 members and four guests present.

The meeting adjourned.

Myrtle Dermott and Bev Briggs won the raffle. Briggs donated the winnings to the Sunshine club.

The refreshments were served by Martha Mongato, Briggs and Dermott.

The club held their blind auction after the meeting. John Schwartz was the auctioneer and Barb Hought and Bonnie Yaro were the runners. Eglin collected the money.

The next meeting will be Sept. 4.

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