Friends & Family
WELLSVILLE — TOPS 1957 of Wellsville met on Jan. 28 at the Living Well Church with leader Connie Hissam opening with pledges, roll call and then Mary Schmidt led the group in prayer.
TOPS best loser was Schmidt, KOPS best loser was Mary Jarvis and Gladys Buzzard wore the officers ribbon. Peggy Imburgua won the dimes and Barb Tranter had three weeks with no weight gain. Norma Rodgers won the 50/50 drawing. Tranter, Schmidt and Jarvis turned 10 weight loss slips in for a tea towel.
Imburgua lost weight while on vacation. Jarvis had a 10-pound weight loss.
The no-nos for the week are white bread and no sweets.
Buzzard took the minutes.
Hissam closed the meeting wishing all a good week.
EAST LIVERPOOL — TOPS 2231 met on Jan. 28 at Always Best Care, 1324 St. Clair Ave. with Tonnie Slagle presiding. The meeting opened with pledges and roll call.
Pam Fouse gave the secretary report and Cassie Stephens gave the treasurer report. Both were approved as read.
Carolyn Hager was the biggest loser and the officer’s biggest loser.
Slagle and Stephens had six weeks in leeway.
Verla Betteridge won the calorie charts, Slagle won the dimes and Fouse won the 50/50. The no-no’s are cookies and no eating after dinner.
Fouse read articles on “Slim Your Liver, Turn back The Clock, Sneaky Smartphone Ager.”.
Slagle closed the meeting with prayer requests followed by The Lord’s Prayer. New and former members are always welcome on Tuesdays at 5 p.m.
NEW CUMBERLAND — Ten members and three guests were present for the Feg. 6 meeting of the Hancock County CEOS (Community Educational Outreach Service) volunteers.
President, Becky Wiegers, presided and led the pledge to the flag of the United States.
Reflections were presented by Laura Greathouse and Janet Keller reviewed the lesson, Covered bridges of WV.
It was agreed to bring yellow pencils, for elementary students and items for the homeless, to the March meeting
More than 50 pounds of items were donated this month to the Hancock County animal shelter.
The annual monetary donation was given to train a medical alert dog needed by a local student.
Door prize was won by Wendy Bacus.
Louanne Huff will present the March 5th lesson, Airfrier cooking.
Everyone is invited to the meetings on the first Thursday of each month at the Hancock County Senior Center at 11 a.m. Lunch by the center, $5 if you choose, with meeting following.
For more information, call 304-564-3805.
GLENMOOR — TOPS 1341 met Jan. 20, at the Glenmoor Presbyterian Church with leader Dorothy Garn opening with pledges. Fifteen weighed in with eight losing 13.8 pounds, eight losing 13.8 pounds, seven gaining 11.4 pounds, no one staying the same for the net loss of 2.4 pounds. The best loser was Garn, and runner-up was Janice Hutchin.
Drawing winners, 50/50, Barb Kalinoski; calorie charts, Marlene Reynolds; weight loss, Dena White; junk food, Jane Proctor; jack pot, forfeited by Darla Varney.
The no-nos are junk food, no eating after supper and cake.
Secretaries report was read and adjustment made.
No one lost three weeks in a row, three times in the losers book will be determined at the next meeting. TOPS check contest with eight remaining, and for the KOPS check contest, Janice Hutchin and Marwyne Serafy remain. In the attendance book for eight weeks was Proctor, and for 24 weeks, Barb Kalinoski; travel box #1 was lost by Varney, and new name drawn was Dee Mattern; travel box #2 was lost by Proctor, new name drawn was White. No one returned from vacation without a gain.
Serafy had the program. She read an article on “Food for Thought”.
Cards and concerns were shared. The meeting was closed with the Lord’s Prayer. Visitors are welcome from 5-6:30 p.m. every Monday if weather permits.