GLEN - The meeting of the Glen-Mohawk Seniors was opened by President Charlene Pollock. Allan Taylor said a prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and singing "My Country 'Tis of Thee," accompanied by Barb Furman.
Vice President D. Dorine Dimond introduced Brett Collins, who is running for the town of Mohawk judge.
Dimond read the roll call with 47 responding.
Cindy Edwards was a guest.
Furman read the secretary's report, and Olive Tayor gave the treasurer's report.
Mary Fox said the plans for the Halloween party have not been finalized.
Furman gave the Office for the Aging report.
The financial report for the Maine trip was given by Ron Collins and Linda Gray read the day-to-day events of the trip. Lu Wilmot read the list of names of those going to the Stone Arabia Church this Sunday with a banquet at Saltsman's following the program.
Next week: The final payment for the Turning Stone Casino trip is due. It's the last time to sign up for the installation banquet, which will take place at the Rolling Hills Country Club; Peg LaBarge and Lois Collins are in charge. Greg Rajatowski will be the speaker.
Roger Hoyer said a secretary still is needed for next year.
Mary Fox and Jean Angus ran the 50-25-25 raffle. The winners were Deb Nelson and Helene VanAlstyne. A donated calendar for 2013 was won by Norma Egelston. The meeting adjourned. Bingo followed with LaBarge calling and Lois Collins assisting.