EL Area Seniors
EAST LIVERPOOL – Thurs. Sept. 11, a meeting of The East Liverpool Area Seniors was held with 19 members attending. No meeting was held on Sept. 4, as our annual picnic was held. President June Mullen brought the meeting to order by asking for a Bible reading from June McCoy, and this led to the reciting of “The Lord’s Prayer, salute to our flag, and the singing of “America”.
The roll call of officers and the reading of the minutes of the last meeting, was held on Aug. 28, was read by Secretary JoAnn Fickes. It was approved and will stand as read. Treasurer Gail Grimm brought us up to date on club funds and stated one new bill, for our new microphone, was submitted this week. President Mullen called for motions to pay bill, and the first motion was made by Ruth Wynn and it was seconded by Vi Valentine. It was passed unanimously. A collection and donation was taken up for “The Fish Organization”, as it is the second meeting of every month.
Club Supervisor Mary Lou Arcuragi gave members an early reminder of the Thanksgiving Dinner that will be at noon Nov. 20. The club will pay half and members will pay half. More details will be printed later.
A rusty red and white bouquet of Carnations and Baby’s Breath was won by Mary Lou Arcuragi., and she was escorted around the room by Trustee Dale Valentine, while everyone sang “Oh You Beautiful Doll”. This weeks lucky recipient of the 50-50 was Dorothy Poole.
President Mullen read a story about confessions. Mullen then called for motions to close. The first motion was made by Ralph Samberson and it was seconded by Lois Burris. Members all sang “The Evening Prayer, and the closing prayer was made by June McCoy. The next meeting will be on Sept.18, and a sack lunch will be needed. The meeting closed for lunch and bingo.
EL Area Seniors
EAST?LIVERPOOL-Thurs. Aug. 28 The East Liverpool Area Seniors held their weekly meeting with 26 members present. President June Mullen brought the meeting to order by asking Margaret Brown for a bible verse. The usual opening of “The Lord’s Prayer, Pledge of Allegiance to the flag, and the singing of “America ” followed.
The meeting continued with the roll call of officers and the reading of the minutes from the Aug. 21. meeting by Secretary JoAnn Fickes. It was approved and will stand as read. Treasurer Gail Grimm brought members up to date on club funds. Grimm stated she paid one bill, but 3 new ones were submitted this week. Motions to pay bills were made by Margaret Brown, and Harriet Slagle.
Grimm read a note of thanks from The “Fish Organization”. President Mullen reminded everyone they are still in need of paper products. We will have an on going contribution box for this.We also want to thank Cindy Mitchell of The Salem Visiting Nurses for taking blood pressures of all seniors.
Club Supervisor Mary Lou Arcuragi reminded everyone next week Sept. 4th. at noon will be our annual picnic, and please bring the cover dishes that we signed to bring.
Ruth Wynn, Beverly Bolton, and Margaret Wolfe celebrated birthdays this week. Members all sang “Everybody Has A Birthday”, and wished them many more. A lovely snow white bouquet of white carnations was won by Dale Valentine, and he promptly handed them to Vi Valentine. Everyone sang “Oh You Beautiful Doll”, while he escorted his wife around the room. This week’s lucky recipient of the 50/50 was Margaret Wolfe.
Arcuragi started story time with a story called “As Good As It Gets”.Lois Kidd read a story about yesterday’s. Mullen closed story time with a story about a receptionist.
Motions to close were made by Diane Carnegie and Dorothy Poole. Members all sang “The Evening Prayer”, and the closing prayer was made by Margaret Brown.