GLEN - The Glen-Mohawk Seniors had their first meeting of the year recently with 49 people in attendance.
The Pledge of Allegiance was said and singing took place.
The routine business was conducted.
Cards were sent to John Mancini and Marion Lusso.
Barbara Furman announced that since Dial-a-Ride will be discontinued, there will be other alternatives.
Lu Wilmot is taking signups for the Feb. 21 trip to Turning Stone and the April 27 to 29 Atlantic City trip. Anyone who is not a member of the group who is interested in these trips can call 853-3906.
Wilmot also proposed a clambake for July 20. Future information will be forthcoming, a news release said.
An afghan donated by Linda Grey will be raffled for $2 a chance in February. New members Eleanor Chatterton and Carolyn Whipple were added to the membership committee. The meeting will be called by Lee Kimball, chairman.
The meeting was adjourned by Louise Boyer and seconded by Martha Hensel.
At the Jan. 11 meeting, the speaker was Edgar Morey, who spoke about health care. He suggested seniors know their doctor, take someone with them and ask questions about any problem they are having, the release said.
A letter was read from the Shrine of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha asking if the group had anyone to be put on the prayer list.
A card was sent to Sarah Woodcock, the granddaughter of Lois and Richard Collins.
The meeting was adjourned by Debbie Nelson and seconded by David Stone.