March 19 trip to Gavins for lunch
TRIBES HILL — The Tribes Hill Iroquois Seniors meeting of Feb. 20, was called to order by President Cheri Meyers at 11 a.m. with a social hour prior to the meeting hosted by the February social committee.
Chaplain Barbara Furman opened the meeting with a prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance, and a reading called “God’s Healing Grace.”
The roll was taken with 19 members present plus a speaker, Montgomery County Court Judge Felix Catena, who discussed the court consolidation. A letter was sent to Assemblyman Angelo Santa Barbara and Sen. George Amedore approving the proposal.
The birthdays for February: Mary Hart was Feb. 23; and Rose Garguilo was Feb, 25.
The minutes were read by Donna Deay with two corrections and were approved.
The treasurer’s report was read by Barb Lampkin and is held for audit.
Sunshine: Cards were sent to several members.
Trips: March 19, to Gavins for lunch and a show — 18 people have already signed up; July 22, to Albany to see “Sister Act.” Pat Swartz reported a trip to Jersey Shore is being put together for June 17 to 19, where there will be the boardwalk, shopping and pinball museum. Two members attended the Brown’s Travel Show at the Riverside Manor. There were many vendors at the event. Olive Taylor from Glen-Mohawk Seniors is hosting a trip to the Log Cabin.
The 50-50 raffle was won by Deay and Bill Dandelorich.
Old business: No one attended the jazz festival due to weather.
Correspondence: Several cards were received from members.
The meeting adjourned. A prayer was read by Furman.