Luck of the Irish exchange March 17
FONDA — The Glen-Mohawk Seniors regular meeting on Tuesday, was called to order by President Joe Mancini. The morning prayer was given by Chaplain Allan Taylor. After the Pledge of Allegiance, the group sang “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” as Barbara Furman played the piano.
Vice President Gloria Kimball took roll call with 31 members present.
There were two corrections to the secretary’s report with a motion made and seconded to accept the report with corrections.
Olive Taylor gave the treasurer’s report which was filed for audit.
Phyllis Smith, corresponding secretary, sent a sympathy card around for everyone to sign. She also had a flyer from HealthLink Littauer on Wellness Education and Resources.
Olive Taylor said the group is still taking signups for the March 11, St. Patrick’s dinner and show at the Log Cabin, Holyoke, Mass. For more information call Lu Wilmot at (518) 853-3906.
Old business: The Tai Chi classes with Earl O’Bryan will begin after the club meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. March 3, March 10, 17, and 31. Due to the group’s covered dish luncheon, there will be no Tai Chi class March 24.
New business: Kimball will set up another paint class with Carol Jordan. At the March 17, meeting, the seniors will have a luck of the Irish exchange. Bring a paper bag with green items in it. Mancini asked members to sign the monthly event sheet. He said if anyone finds a speaker for a presentation, he or Kimball has to OK it first.
Announcements: At Tuesday’s meeting, the group will be collecting for the food pantry grogram and in April will be giving a donation to the library. The March agenda is on the table. Sign up with Wilmot for the March 24, covered dish luncheon.
Charlene Fonda did trivia on Mardi Gras. Mary Fox conducted the 50-25-25 raffle with Furman’s help. The winners were Rosland Carron and Albert Bowdish. Two puzzles and a book were raffled off and the winners were Shirley Yermas and Kimball.
The meeting adjourned.