BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens met Dec. 19, with 36 in attendance.
Marge Gundersen said a prayer and led in reciting "The Lord's Prayer" and the Pledge of Allegiance.
The group had the Office for the Aging Christmas luncheon.
The meeting was presided over by President Toni Hallenbeck. The reports of Nancy Weiss, secretary, and Phil Guadagno, treasurer, were accepted as read.
Carol Armitage gave the sunshine report on the sick.
Hallenbeck noted the mystery trip (last one) was a success. She also read a list of trips that other groups are having that are open to the senior group.
Hallenbeck and June Zea are doing trips at the present time. The list of the 2013 trips will come out at a later date.
Eleanor Merritt read the December birthdays and "Happy Birthday" was sung.
A large group of the club members went to the Broadalbin-Perth Middle School, where the eighth-grade National Junior Honor Society served a Christmas brunch. The eighth-grade chorus sang and the band and the jazz band ensemble provided entertainment.
Donna Chambers, program director, noted the group could have a secret pal for 2013 for those that are interested. Contact Chambers by the next meeting.
Carol Cramer won the extra prize for Christmas.
The next meeting will be Wednesday. If interested in the OFA meal, reservations must be made in advance. Voting will take place for a committee chairman for 2013. There may be a speaker at 12:30 p.m., if confirmed.
Jerry Collins was welcomed as a new member.
Bring can goods for the local food pantry. All seniors are welcome.