CAROGA LAKE - The Nick Stoner Seniors meeting was opened by Vice President Harriet Flansburg in the absence of Grace Bevington-Eglin, president.
There was a moment of silence for deceased members Dottie Fletcher, Kay Schmutz and Ada Hoagboon.
It was noted that Lucy Loux is a patient at Mountain Valley Hospice.
The Pledge of Allegiance and "The Lord's Prayer" were said.
The reports were given as follows: Flansburg, the hospitality and sunshine; Mary Bennett, the membership; Alice Loux, the secretary; and Shirley Holliday, the treasurer.
In old business, Dottie Blowers and Flansburg attended the Brown's Travel Show in Albany.
The Nick Stoner Seniors delivered dictionaries to the third grade students at the Wheelerville Union Free School.
Under new business, letters were received from the third grade students at Wheelerville school thanking the group for the dictionaries.
Thank-you notes also were received from the Kidney Foundation in memory of Dottie Fletcher, and from Hospice in memory of Kay Schmutz.
A letter was received from Francis Kwiatkowski, a retired teacher from Wheelerville Union Free School, who took a vacation trip to Puerto Rico.
The refreshment committee for Tuesday is Marion Snell, Lorraine Bleyl and Janice McLaughlin.
Members who have not paid for two years are removed from the list of members, however, they can rejoin, a news release said.
The audit report has been done and all books are up to date.
Annamarie Hansel and Barbara Macfee won the 50-50 raffle.
Catherine Bowman won the raffle, an Easter rabbit.