Montgomery County picnic set for Friday

TRIBES HILL — The Tribes Hill Iroquois Seniors began their Thursday, meeting at 10 a.m. with a social hour hosted by Barbara Lampkin, Sherry Meyers and Barb Minch.

Chaplain Barb Furman opened the meeting with a prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and a reading entitled, “Every Morning.”

President Sherry Meyers introduced our guests, Heather, Elaine Hoyts granddaughter and Donna Day, a prospective member.

Meyers announced the September Birthdays: Lu Wilmont, Janice Lewek, Pat Schwartz, Anita Bush, Joel Szabo, Tony Scott and Martha Hensel.

The role was taken by Vice President Beverly Fox, with 26 members and two guests present.

The minutes were read from the Aug. 30, meeting by Barb Minch, secretary, and approved by Allan Taylor and Bill Jasewicz.

The treasurer’s report was read by Barb Lampkin, treasurer, which will be filed for audit. She also read the trip fund report.

Committee reports: Furman reported that the Montgomery County picnic is on Friday. Tickets are no longer available. She also reported that the Fort Klock craft fair is this weekend, Saturday and Sunday.

Pat Schwartz reported that the next trip is scheduled for Nov. 9, to New York City to see the Christmas show at Radio City Music Hall. Lu Wilmot from the Glen-Mohawk Seniors reported a trip to Beeches to see Buffalo Dolls on Sept. 20. The theme is songs from the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. She also has a trip scheduled to the Log Cabin on Nov. 19 to see the Branson Country Christmas and Veterans Show.

Sunshine: A thank you card to Jeff Smith. She will also send out cards to several members.

Social: Pam Jasewicz reported that we will have cake and ice cream next week and Sept. 27, is the bring a friend day with hot dogs, pickles and chips. The jar decorating for the residents at the Sandford Home was re-scheduled to Oct. 4, at 10 a.m. The installation banquet and Halloween party are being planned for October.

The Nominating Committee members are still working on the nominations of officers for next year.

The bylaws committee will hand out a copy of the changes to all members at next weeks meeting.

Judy Russo is continuing to take orders for our RADA fundraiser and will collect the money at next weeks meeting. She has over $400 in orders, of which the club will get 40 percent.

Show and Tell: Barb Furman displayed a Christmas dollie that she crocheted.

The 50-50 winner was Pam Jasewicz.

Charlene Fonda read some labor day trivia questions to the group.

Eline Hoyt shared a funny reading with the group.

The meeting adjourned.

Furman closed the meeting with a closing prayer.

If anyone is looking for something to do on a Thursday morning from 10 a.m; until noon, and want to meet new people, please feel free to come to one of our meetings. We meet every Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Sacred Heart Church hall on Third Ave in Tribes Hill and are always looking for new members.

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