STRATFORD - The Stratford Senior Citizens Club recently had an executive meeting prior to the regular one to audit the records, discuss the bylaws and start planning for spring.
President Virginia Sherman led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance and Emma Baulsh led them in prayer before the covered dish luncheon. Barbara De Luca, respiratory therapist from Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville, gave a presentation on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with 31 members in attendance.
During the regular meeting, Sherman announced her appointees to publicity, trips, sunshine, setup and cleanup committees. Rose Anderson won the 50-50 raffle.
A spaghetti dinner is planned for the February meeting. Jeanne Williams Bennett, a harpist, will provide the entertainment.
On March 22, the seniors are scheduled to go to the Peaceful Valley Maple Farm, Johnstown, for a tour of the facility followed by a pancake brunch with all the trimmings.
A June bus trip to the Thousand Islands is being planned.
A "do unto others" committee was formed to help Stratford families with or without children with food and clothing.
Anyone who knows of a family who needs help can call (315) 429-9114 and leave a message.