Space available for trip to Maine coast

FONDA — The regular meeting of the Glen-Mohawk Seniors was called to order at 10:30 a.m. by President Joe Mancini.

Several members were on a trip sponsored by the Iroquois Seniors of Tribes Hill. In the absence of Chaplain Allan Taylor, the opening prayer was read by the secretary, followed by The Pledge of Allegiance. Vice President Gloria Kimball read the roll call which showed 20 members present.

Sunshine Secretary Phyllis Smith passed a card around to be signed for a member. A letter was received from the Frothingham Library Board of Directors, thanking the seniors for the donation to the library’s annual fund drive. A note was received from Pastor Jenni Yeske who is in Iowa.

In Lu Wilmot’s absence, Mancini read her notes. The Mystery Trip will be held on Wednesday as planned. Reservations are closed. Space is available for the Maine coast trip, September 9 to 13. For information contact Lula Wilmot at (518) 853-3906.

Upcoming events:

∫ Tuesday: In House Luncheon and popular L-C-R Game.

∫ May 20: Montgomery Co. Atty. Salmon speaking at the Raindancer.

∫ May 27: Participation in the Annual Fonda- Fultonville Memorial Day Parade

∫ June 17: Fulton Co. OFA sponsored Barn Quilt Tour with Liz Argotsinger.

∫ Sept. 9 to 13: White Star’s Tour of the Maine Coast (Kennebunk to Boothbay).

Mancini had some readings and trivia. Mary Fox conducted the prize drawings, with the help of Gloria Kimball. The winners were Fox and Sandra O’Dockerty.

Alan Buck made a motion to adjourn the meeting which was seconded by Beverly Guiffre. The meeting was adjourned. The secretary read the closing prayer. Some stayed for BINGO which was called by Peggy LaBarge.

The refreshment committee this month is Jim and Lucille Douglass, D. Dorine Dimond, Delores Dumar, and Ruth Burke helped today.

The Glen-Mohawk is open to seniors who have reached the age of 55 or over.