GLEN - The Glen-Mohawk Seniors meeting April 27 was called to order by President Louise Boyer. Carolyn Whipple led the opening prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance was said. The group sang and Barb Furman played the piano.
Co-Vice President Connie Hoyer read the roll call with 48 people in attendance.
Sally VanAlstyne read the secretary's report, with no corrections; Joyce Tarshis and Barb Furman motioned to accept.
Linda Gray gave the treasurer's report and it was filed for audit.
Sis Dumar gave the communications. A collection of $60 was taken in memory of Robert J. VanAlstyne.
A special thank you was received from Madeline Brown's family and a moment of silence took place in her memory, a news release said.
A sign-up sheet was passed around for anyone wanting to participate in the covered dish.
Lu Wilmont gave the trip committee report. Sept. 26-30 will be the trip to Ocean City, Md. Ron Collins had the financial report on the Atlantic City trip last week.
There is some interest in participating in the Memorial Day parade, the release said. The list of the new coffee committee for May was read.
Barb Furman had an Office for Aging report. The county senior picnic will be Sept. 17 and will cost $8 this year. The sheriff's office will get a new dog and are retiring Bear who is 9 years old.
There will be signups for a "sub lunch" Tuesday.
The 50/25/25 raffle was put on by Mary Fox and Charlene Pollock. Addie Forsey and Dorine Dimond were the winners.
Martha Hensel and Forsey motioned to close the meeting and Whipple had a thought for the day and prayer.