Bannertown seniors to meet Wednesday

MAYFIELD — The Bannertown 50 Plus Seniors met on Dec. 5, for a luncheon and meeting. Chaplain Carl Edwards opened the day with the devotion, “Jesus I can sense your nearness.”

Linda LaVada, president, opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

The speakers from St. Mary’s Hospital discussed breast and prostrate cancer.

LaVada also read the roll call.

Ann Mallin, sunshine chairman, sent out a sympathy card to a member whose husband passed away.

Lorrie Valk, secretary, and Joan Bezio, treasurer, gave their reports and they were accepted.

At the next meeting on Wednesday, cupcakes will be made by Judy Berger and Nancy Hayes.

Valk noted the information for the Gettysburg trip in April 2019, will be available at the next meeting.

LaVada read a thank you note from the Mayfield Presbyterian Church food pantry for the donation the seniors had sent for the holiday baskets.

Hayes informed everyone one of the dolls purchased for the Knit Witz was given to a child suffering from cancer. Joan Bezio also donated a shawl for the girl.

After the meeting, the drawings were held. The winners were Dick Bezio, the door prize and Joan Bezio, $1, both donated it back; and Hayes the 50-50.

A Christmas auction was held.