BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens met March 14 for the Fulton?County Office for Aging luncheon and meeting with 42 people in attendance.
"The Lord's Prayer" and the Pledge of Allegiance were recited.
Marge Gundersen, secretary, was welcomed back. Gundersen read the notes for the Feb. 29 gathering, which were written and submitted by Donna Chambers, secretary pro-tem for the day. The report was accepted.
The report of Phil Guadagno, treasurer, was accepted.
Eleanor Merritt, chairman, read the birthdays for the month. "Happy Birthday" was sung.
Carol Armitage, sunshine, spoke of sick members and cards she sent out.
In absence of the trip chairman, Merritt filled in with a report.
Chambers, program chairman, had members who were interested share a St. Patrick's Day remembrance from their past; there were quite a few who spoke, a news release said.
The extra prizes were given to the following for wearing the most green: Mary Peck, Janet Howard, Nancy Jackson, Marge Sanders and Merritt.
Betty Guadagno was the raffle winner.
The three new members welcomed were Betty Rowley, Jackie Beck and Janice Winney.
Bob and Janet Howard were welcomed back.
Chambers had some humorous readings. She also reminded members to prepare an Easter hat for the April 11 hat contest.
The next meeting will be Wednesday. The program will be the Betty Green Chorus from Gloversville, who will sing for the group. The refreshments will be served after. If interested in the OFA luncheon, reservations must be made in advance. All ages are welcome to attend the music at 12:45 p.m.
All seniors are welcome to join the group. Attendees should remember to bring can goods for the local food pantry.