BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens Club met Aug. 18 with 60 members in attendance, plus some guests who came for the program.
"The Lord's Prayer" was recited and led by Kay Legget, chaplain. The Pledge of Allegiance also was recited before the Office for the Aging luncheon.
There was no meeting, but Betty Guadagno, vice president, led in a couple of discussions.
Ruth Lee put together a basket raffle; Carol Cramer was the winner. The proceeds went toward the club's Christmas party.
Pat Crispin was the 50-50 winner.
Donna Chambers, program chairman, noted Wednesday will be the next meeting and OFA luncheon. The OFA luncheon with reservations will be at noon; the meeting will be at 12:30 p.m.; and bingo will follow.
Canned goods can be brought in for the local food pantry. All seniors are welcome.
The program for the day was "Cousin Rolly and his Bigwig Puppets" with Roland Minch, who gave a presentation of magic and comedy ventriloquism. Then cookies, made by some of the seniors, and punch were served. A time of intermixing with young children and seniors followed. Gail Mackinson served the punch and Jean Wilkinson helped with cleanup.
Chambers organized the event.