Glen Mohawk Seniors
FONDA — The Glen-Mohawk Seniors meeting of Oct. 20, was called to order by President Joe Mancini. Chaplain Allan Taylor gave the morning prayer. The group recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Vice President Gloria Kimball took roll call; 24 attended.
The reports given are as follows: Mancini, secretary; Olive Taylor, treasurer; Phyllis Smith, communications, sent out a get well card to Leland Kimball; Lu Wilmot, trips, is waiting for information on 2021 trips — no trips this year; Charlene Fonda, Christmas party, will have a sign up sheet at the next meeting.
Olive Taylor received the recording device for future meetings.
A discussion on new membership took place.
D. Dorine Dimond reviewed the installation banquet plans with an update on each officer’s responsibilities.
Judy Russo will do a catalog company fundraiser.
The club will collect food items in November for the Fonda-Fultonville Central School’s backpack program. There will be no meeting Tuesday; the road will be closed for construction. The Halloween party is cancelled.
Mancini read the early voting times from Oct. 24-Nov. 1, at the Old Court House.
Kimball noted the Reformed Church offers various items such as masks, batteries, scent candles.
Barbara Furman’s readings were on Mark Twain; on winter signs based on onion skins. Fonda’s reading was various cold remedies — rose hip tea, garlic, onions, horseradish, prunes and honey.
The raffle winners were Lu Wilmot, first drawing; Kimball, second drawing; 24 winners were for the grab bag raffle.
The next meeting is Nov. 3. Allan Taylor gave the closing prayer.