BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens met April 25 with 54 people in attendance.
Kay Leggett said a prayer and then "The Lord's Prayer" was said. The Pledge of Allegiance followed.
President Joe McDonald presided over the meeting. The reports of Marge Gundersen, secretary and Phil Guadagno, treasurer, were accepted.
Ruth Lee, trip chairwoman, noted the recent trip to Nashville, Tenn., was a success.
Carol Armitage gave the sunshine report about those on the sick list, a news release said.
Donna Chamberlain, program chairwoman, noted the meeting Wednesday will have representatives from the Wells House, Johnstown, who will talk about the adult daycare and the rehab and outpatient programs.
Fred Wilcox won the raffle.
Those voted in and taking office for the next two years include: Toni Hallenbeck, president; June Zea, vice president; Nancy Weiss, secretary; Guadagno, treasurer; and Mary Peck, chaplain. The installation banquet will be June 6. The committee consists of Ina Huyben, Lee and Nancy McWilliams.
The program for the day was Marie and Ramon Rodriguisz, operators and owners of Home Helpers Direct Link, an organization that provides all kinds of assistance during a person's time of problems. Many different kinds of service are available for a fee.
Those interested in the Fulton?County Office for Aging luncheon Wednesday need to make reservations in advance.
All seniors are welcome.
Bring canned goods for the local food pantry.