Installation banquet at country club set
TRIBES HILL — The Tribes Hill Iroquois Seniors began their Thursday, meeting at 10 a.m. with a social hour hosted by Shirley Dado, Katherine Downing and Lu Wilmot.
Chaplain, Barbara Furman, opened the meeting with a prayer, a moment of silence for the victims of the limo crash in Schoharie, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and a reading titled, “Life Isn’t Always Easy.”
The roll was taken by Furman with 32 members present.
The minutes were read from the Oct. 4, meeting by Barb Minch, secretary, and approved.
The treasurer’s report was read by Barb Lampkin, treasurer, which will be filed for audit.
President Sherry Meyers stated that 38 people are coming to the installation banquet next Thursday at the Rolling Hills Country Club. The lunch will be served at noon so plan to get there around 11:45 a.m.
Meyers asked for volunteers for the social committee for next year.
Olive Taylor will make the changes to the bylaws and distribute a copy to each member in the near future.
The 50-25-25 winners were Ruth Lohmeyer and Bill Danelorich.
Katherine Downing volunteered to schedule the refreshment committee for next year.
Downing and Emily Scott had readings and Charlene Fonda had a Columbus Day trivia reading.
Pat Schwartz announced the Tribes Hill Presbyterian Church is having their spaghetti dinner on Nov. 2.
Meyers announced that Sacred Heart Church is selling tickets for the November daily number drawing for $5.
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 wants to meet new people, feel free to come to one of the group’s meetings. The seniors meet at 10 a.m. every Thursday at the Sacred Heart Church hall, Third Avenue, and are always looking for new members.