Glen-Mohawk Seniors hold regular meeting
FONDA — The Glen-Mohawk Seniors regular meeting of Nov. 26, was called to order at 10:32 a.m. by President Joe Mancini. The morning prayer was given by Chaplain Allan Taylor. After the Pledge of Allegiace, the group sang “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” as Barbara Furman played the piano. The roll call was taken by Vice President Gloria Kimball with 22 members present.
The motion to accept the secretary’s report as read was made by Phyllis Smith and seconded by Joan Daley. All were in agreement. Olive Taylor gave the treasurer’s report which was filed for audit.
Phyllis Smith, corresponding secretary, passed out get well cards for everyone to sign for Peg Labarge, Betsy Saltsman and Rieffa Russell; and a thinking of you card for Lucille Douglass.
Trip: Lu Wilmot, has a trip for Dec.10, when a bus will leave Park Street at 4:30 p.m. and take attendees to the Cracker Barrel for a dinner on one’s own. After dinner those attending will go to Washington Park to see the Christmas lights. The trip to Gavin’s was canceled.
The Christmas party will be held at noon Dec. 17, at Nicolinos, Amsterdam. The meal choices are chicken parmigiana, open roast beef, fried or broiled fish.
Old business: The group received a letter about insurance which was passed to Joe Guiffre. At 1 p.m. Dec. 12, is the next senior movie day. The cost is $6 for movie, popcorn and a soda.
New business: Dec. 10, will be a 90th birthday celebration for Pat Putman.
The Baptist Church of Northville will be hosting a trip to Washington, D.C. and the Sight and Sound Theatres for “Queen Esther” on April 13-17, 2020. For more information, call (518) 863-8001 or Cathy Hopper at (518) 883-4515.
A veteran was the guest speaker.
Beverly Guiffre talked about a relative, Victor Putman, who was in the Revolution.
Charlene Fonda did a Veterans Day trivia.
Mancini did a reading
The 50-25-25 raffle was won by Wilmot and Lois Collins.
The meeting adjourned.