GLEN - The Glen-Mohawk Seniors had their meeting at the Fonda Reformed Church with 62 members and one guest in attendance.
President Charlene Pollock welcomed back members who had been absent and asked for a moment of silence for two people who are seriously ill. Chaplain Allan Taylor offered a prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and singing of "America" accompanied by Barb Furman.
Secretary Betty Pranys read the minutes of the previous meeting and Treasurer Olive Taylor gave the financial report. The sunshine chairwoman said a card was being sent around to be signed by the members for Nancy Smalling.
Pollock announced if Fonda-Fultonville Central School is closed due to the weather, there will be no meeting. If FFCS is running two hours late, there will be a meeting.
Addie Forsey and her table are in charge of the February social on Feb. 14, and the cost will be $6.50.
Furman gave the Office for the Aging report. Lu Wilmot said the deposit for the Atlantic City trip has to be in next week. The payment for Turning Stone Trip is also due.
A collection for cancer victims was taken.
D. Doreen Dimond asked for suggestions for speakers.
Betsy Saltsman announced that she will be a grandmother in July. Readings were given by Furman and Taylor.
The 50-25-25 raffle was won by Auggie Augustine and Esther Porcello.
After the meeting was adjourned, a catered luncheon consisted of beef stew, salad and rolls. Cake and ice cream was the dessert to honor the birthday people.
Bingo took place with Peg LaBarge calling, assisted by Lois Collins.