BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens had their regular meeting and the Office for the Aging luncheon on July 21, with 51 people in attendance.
Kay Leggett, chaplain, gave a prayer and led in "The Lord's Prayer." The Pledge of Allegiance also was recited.
President Joe McDonald presided over the meeting. The reports of Marge Gundersen, secretary, and Phil Guadagno, treasurer, were accepted.
Darleena Ball spoke of ill members and the cards she has sent out.
Pat Ryfa, trip chairwoman, noted she has cancelled the mystery trip Thursday because those who signed up did not pay in time. The payments need to be paid by the due dates of trips to avoid cancellations.
Bev Retersdorf won the basket (prepared by Ruth Lee). The profit will benefit the group's Christmas party. Phil Guadagno won the 50-50.
There were some leftover cakes from the Broadalbin-Kennyetto Historical Society's recent ice cream social, which were served with lemonade and tea by Theodora Pifko.
The group's annual picnic took place July 14 at the American Legion pavilion with 57 people in attendance. McDonald, Donna Chambers, Betty and Phil Guadagno organized the event. Leggett helped in setting up the covered dishes.
A penny sale took place with Donna Chambers and Patti Morgan doing the sale. The proceeds went for the Christmas party.
The cooked chicken was bought from Johnstown Price Chopper.
The next meeting and OFA luncheon will be Wednesday. Voting for the new constitution and bylaws will take place (postponed from July 21, meeting). Also, it will be "make your own sundae" day, due to the Broadalbin Stewart's Shop. If interested in the OFA meal, reservations must be made in advance with OFA. All those attending are asked to bring a non-perishable food item for the local food pantry.