GLEN - The Tuesday regular meeting of the Glen-Mohawk Seniors was called to order by President Charlene Pollock, after which Alan Taylor led the group in a morning prayer, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. "My Country 'Tis of Thee" was sung with Barbara Furman at the piano.
The roll call was taken by D. Dorine Dimond, with 44 members and three guests present. It was the second meeting that Jill Young attended and after one more, she will become a member.
The secretary's report was accepted as read. The treasurer gave a report, which will be filed for audit.
Peg LaBarge reported that 25 people have signed up for the March 12 luncheon, which will consist of submarines and cupcakes.
Barbara Furman had the Office for the Aging Directory of Services and pill containers for distribution to the members.
The trip to Gavin's will be on March 19, and there are still openings for the trip to Foxwoods in April.
Brochures about scams were available from the post office.
In the near future, the seniors will have a speaker from the Montgomery County Public Health office on the prevention of falls.
Dimond donated folders for the newest members, which were distributed along with copies of the new bylaws.
The new roster for the year was passed out by Lee Kimball.
Olive Taylor did some readings. A collection was taken up for the Red Cross.
The 50-25-25 raffle winners were Linda Gray and Roland Post. Additional donations were won by Augie Augustine, Emily Hanson, Charlene Fonda, Martha Hensel and Joe Mancini.
Alan Taylor said the closing prayer which was followed by bingo.