Stoner seniors slate activities
CAROGA LAKE - The Nick Stoner Senior Citizens Club had their regular bimonthly meeting Aug. 7 at the Caroga Town Hall with 36 members and guests in attendance. The meeting was called to order by President Grace Bevington-Eglin. Harriet Flansburg led in "Our Father," hello to neighbors, the prayer and Pledge of Allegiance. Linda Walsh gave and approved the secretary's report. Shirley Holliday gave the treasurer's report. Flansburg, chairwoman, gave the hospitality and sunshine reports. Mary Bennett, membership chairwoman, noted all members have paid their dues. A $50 donation was made for the veterans clambake at the Rockwood Tavern.
On Sept. 4, the 80-plus dinner will be held at the Arietta Hotel.
On Oct. 2, will be the annual dinner at the Holiday Inn.
On Oct. 16, the club will have an auction with Walsh as the auctioneer.
On Dec. 4, at noon will be the Christmas party at Vrooman's Hotel.
The club is inviting a sketch artist to the September meeting to do sketches of the seniors.
The refreshment committee for the Aug. 21 meeting will be Flansburg, Jack McCarthy, Louise Stock and Dona Dise.
The new name tags were ordered and upgraded. Holliday handed out brochures for the Caroga Museum.
The can goods for the food pantry will be collected at the next meeting. The 50-50 raffle was won by Maureen Phillips and George Van Allen, who donated his winnings back to the club. The meeting adjourned.
After the meeting, Marilyn Goodwin called bingo.