Bannertown seniors to meet Wednesday
MAYFIELD– The Bannertown 50 Plus Seniors had their regular meeting on Jan. 15. It started out with their social hour and luncheon.
Before the meeting, Linda Kollar from the Department of Motor Vehicles was there to discuss the new laws that will take effect in October in regards to driver’s licenses. She told of the differences between three different types of licenses and which one that will be needed to travel to Mexico and Canada. It was recommended to get a passport because of the length of time it is good for and it’s price.
President Carl Edwards opened the meeting with the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Nancy Hayes, vice president, read the roll call.
Ann Mallin, sunshine chairman, who was absent, had nothing to report.
Lorrie Valk, secretary and Joan Bezio, treasurer gave their reports and were accepted.
The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, and speakers will be present from National Grid. The cookie committee for that day will be Evie Leach and Janet Betler. Bingo will be played.
The monies have been sent in for the trip to Pigeon Forge. The people that signed up for the insurance coverage will be getting their policies in the mail soon.
There were canvas grocery bags made up for shopping; some are still available.
The meeting adjourned and drawings were held. The winners were Betler, the door prize, who donated it back to the club; Leach, the 50-50. Winter trivia was played.