East Liverpool Area Seniors

EAST LIVERPOOL – A meeting of The East Liverpool Area Seniors was held on Aug. 21 with 16 seniors present. President June Mullen brought the meeting to order by asking for a scripture reading by Martha Baxter. Members recited The Lord’s Prayer; saluted the flag and sang “America”.

The roll call of officers and the reading of the Aug 14 meeting were presented by Secretary JoAnn Fickes. Treasurer Gail Grimm made her weekly report and stated one new bill was submitted this week. President Mullen called for motions to pay bills. The first motion was made by Martha Baxter, and it was seconded by Diane Carnegie.

President Mullen reminded everyone of the annual picnic coming on Sept. 4, and to sign up to bring a covered dish. The meat will be provided by our club. Next week no sack lunch will be needed. Sandwiches will be provided at noon by the club funds.

A beautiful bouquet of purple carnations and statice was won by JoAnn Fickes, and the lucky recipient of the 50/50 was Jean Tomlison.

Our resident poet Lois Kidd read a story about spring cleaning in by gone years. Grimm read a story called My Inheritance. Mullen finished story time with a couple of short stories.

Motions to close were made by Ralph Samberson and Beverly Bolton. Grimm led us in singing The Evening Prayer, and Martha Baxter made a lovely closing prayer. The meeting adjourned for lunch and games.

East Liverpool Area Seniors

EAST LIVERPOOL – On July 31, a meeting of The East Liverpool Area Seniors was held with June Mullen presiding. President Mullen opened the meeting and asked for a scripture reading from Minnie Zubay. Gail Grimm led members in reciting “The Lord’s Prayer”, The Pledge Of Allegiance, and the singing of America.

The meeting continued with the roll call of officers, and the reading of the minutes of July 24 meeting by Secretary JoAnn Fickes. Treasurer Grimm brought members up to date on club funds, and stated 2 new bills were submitted to her this week. Mullen called for motions to pay bills. Ruth Wynn made the first motion and it was seconded by Dorothy Poole.

In the absence of Club Supervisor Mary Lou Arcuragi, Mullen reminded members of the auction to be held Aug.7 which will be the next meeting. Please bring wrapped items in good condition to be auctioned. Mullen also reminded members of The Farmers Market Style Resource Fair at The Salvation Army on Tues. Aug.5 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. If you miss that one, Catholic Charities will be holding one on Thurs. Aug. 28 from 2-3 p.m.

Hospitality Chairman Betty Davis informed us 17 members attending today’s meeting. Ruth Wynn was today’s lucky winner of a lovely light yellow bouquet of pale yellow carnations, and also the winner of the 50/50.

Story time started with a story about skiing in a blizzard by Wynn. Fickes read a story about a twist on a Bible story. Concluding story time Mullen read a funny story about resumes.

Members all sang “The Evening Prayer”, and the closing prayer was made by Minnie Zubay. The meeting closed for lunch and games.