BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens met May 9 with 52 people in attendance. Toni Hallenbeck, the new president, presided over the meeting. The new chaplain, Mary Peck, read a verse and led in reciting "The Lord's Prayer" followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
The reports of Nancy Weiss, the new secretary, and Phil Guadagno, treasurer, were accepted as read.
June Zea, the new vice president, read the roll call.
A motion was made and carried to continue to give a donation to a qualifying senior high school graduate.
Ruth Lee, the trip chairman, said the recent cruise on the Hudson was a success. The next trip, on June 12, will be the Doo Wop Train ride and dinner in Utica.
Donna Chambers, the program chairwoman, noted the program scheduled for the meeting was cancelled. Robert Montenaro was the program of the day.
In old business, Burger King coupons are still available for purchase from Guadagno.
On June 6, the installation banquet will take place at the Perthshire for those with reservations and who have prepaid. The committee will consist of Ina Huyben, Lee and Nancy McWilliams.
On July 11, the annual summer club picnic will be held. The committee will include Dennis Jacobs, Maggie Boltash and Janet Austin. More details will follow soon, a news release said.
The Christmas party will be conducted Dec. 5. The committee will be Marge Sanders, Huben and Betty Rowley.
Betty Huffmire won the raffle and Sanders was the extra prize winner.
The speaker was Bob Montenaro, who recently went on a trip to Washington organized by the Honor Flight?Network.