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Broadalbin group plans trip to Hawaii

November 20, 2010
Leader Herald

BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens met Nov. 10 with 53 people in attendance.

Kay Leggett, chaplain, led "The Lord's Prayer." She also said a prayer honoring veterans from the past and those currently in the military and in hospitals, lest we forget what they did and are doing to keep our country free, a news release said.

The group had the Office for the Aging meal. President Joe McDonald stated there would be no official meeting due to the program.

Pat Ryfa did speak about the trip to Hawaii in the spring 2011. Anyone interested can contact Ryfa. Flyers also were passed out on the Wells Seniors trip Canadian cruise, which the group can participate in. For more information, contact Ryfa.

Eleanor Merritt, birthday chairwoman, read the November birthdays. "Happy Birthday" was sung afterwards.

Phil Guadagno, treasurer, gave a short report.

The club's Christmas party will be Dec. 1 at the Perthshire. Bill McGrath, an Elvis Presley impersonator, will be the entertainment. Contact Donna Chambers if interested.

A penny sale followed with proceeds to benefit the Christmas party.

Alice Lowell was the 50-50 winner. The extra prizes, donated by Maggie Boltash, were won by five people.

A letter from Andrea Fettinger, the director of the Fulton County OFA, explaining the difficult time OFA is going through with all the cutbacks taking place, was read by Chambers, representative from the group to the OFA advisory council.



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