MAYFIELD - The Mayfield Banertown 50 Plus Club meeting took place March 23 with 19 members in attendance. The devotions were led by Patrick Keane. The Pledge of Allegiance opened the meeting, led by President Carl Edwards. The officers' reports were accepted as given.
Joan Bezio, trip chairwoman, announced the Washington, D.C. trip is scheduled for May 13-16. The money will be due Wednesday. She listed five day trips for signing; the four most popular will be scheduled.
Nila Edwards and Ginnie Hall presented their findings for places to celebrate the club's anniversary. It was noted to go to Lanzi's on the Lake at 5 p.m. April 15. The money for the dinner is due by Thursday, along with the choice of entree.
Carl Edwards reminded those present of two upcoming programs by the Fulton?County Office for Aging: one to improve balance and the other to answer Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage questions.
After a discussion, it was voted to purchase another banner to be used for parades and such.
Carl Edwards announced upcoming events, including: On Wednesday, there will be the regular meeting. A doctor will speak about hearing loss and free hearing tests. On April 20, there will be the regular meeting with an Easter theme. Carol Cownie will discuss the crop walk to benefit the food pantry. The volunteers for the cookie committee will be Bev Burton and Pat Carroll.
Drawings were held, and winners were: Catherine Horenstein, door prize; 50-50, Anne Mallin, who returned it to the club; Pat Keane, $1. To have lunch, call the OFA for a reservation before 8:45 a.m. Wednesday. All are welcome.