Broadalbin seniors will not meet Nov. 27
BROADALBIN — The Broadalbin Senior Citizens Club met on Oct. 30, with 68 members present. The club celebrated Halloween with its annual Halloween party, featuring costumes and baked goods.
The prayer was offered by Chaplain Marsha Prokop and followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Lunch was served.
The meeting was called to order by President Toni Hallenbeck at 12:15 p.m. Vice President Pat Buell called the roll call for the meeting.
Nancy Weiss, secretary, read the minutes from the last meeting. The motion to accept the minutes was made and accepted.
Jennifer Gilston, treasurer, gave the treasurer’s report. At this time, there are 166 members in the Broadalbin Senior Citizen’s Club
Carol Cramer of the birthday committee announced the October birthdays. “Happy Birthday” was sung by all the members.
Marsha Prokop, the Christmas party chairman, announced all seats are filled for the Christmas party. The attendees were reminded to pay for their place at the party and to bring an unwrapped present for a child.
Karen Marion asked if there was any interest in playing cards after the club’s meetings. A signup sheet was passed around.
The 50-50 raffle of $36 was won by Pat Prokop.
Hallenbeck, trip committee chairman, reported the day trip to Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown was a success. Hallenbeck reviewed the bus departure times and due dates for future trips.
Gilston and Marion attended and reported on the Fulton County Senior Council meeting.
The club voted and agreed that there will not be meetings on Nov. 27, and Dec. 25, due to the holidays.
The meeting adjourned and the club’s Halloween party started. Some members were dressed in costumes. Candy, punch and baked goods were served.