BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens met Aug. 29, with 46 in attendance and one guest, the speaker.
Chaplain Mary Peck read a prayer. "The Lord's Prayer" and the Pledge of Allegiance were recited.
Vice President June Zea read the attendance.
The reports of Nancy Weiss, secretary, and Phil Guadagno, treasurer, were accepted as read.
Carol Armitage, sunshine, spoke of the members who are ill.
In the absence of the trip chairman, Gail Smith, co-chairman, spoke of the Vermont trip. Since only eight people paid, it is not known if the trip will take place.
Donna Chambers, program director, noted the halloween party will be Oct. 24; and the last penny sale of the year to benefit the Christmas party will be held Nov. 7.
A discussion took place on term limits for comittees; more on this topic will be finalized at the next meeting.
Belinda Gundersen won the raffle.
The program for the day was David Cornelius, who spoke about "Local Indian Lore." He spoke of Indian costumes, customs, history of various tribes, and various hunting equipment. What he displayed was all articles he had made himself, including most of the clothing he was wearing.
The next meeting will be Wednesday. The program is unavailable at this time. If interested in the Office for the Aging luncheon, reservations must be made in advance. All seniors are welcome.
Participants may bring can goods for the local food pantry, the group's ongoing project.