BROADALBIN - The Broadalbin Senior Citizens met March 27 with 43 people in attendance.
An Easter reading was done by Mary Peck, chaplain, who also led in reciting "The Lord's Prayer." The Pledge of Allegiance also was recited.
The meeting was presided over by Vice President June Zea, who also read the roll call.
The reports of Nancy Weiss, secretary and Phil Guadagno, treasurer, were accepted.
Carol Armitage, sunshine chairwoman, spoke about the ill members and cards she sent out.
Dennis Jacobs, picnic chairman, gave an update on the group's annual summer picnic of July 17.
Gail Smith, Christmas party chairman, noted the party will take place Dec. 11 at the Hales Mills Country Club. More details to follow.
Donna Chambers, program chairwoman, noted those who made refreshments for the Easter hat contest party: Carol Cramer, Pat Ives, Nancy Weiss, and Ruth Lee.
Zea was the raffle winner.
On March 26, some members went to the Perthshire for a murder mystery theater and buffet.
Zea gave the trip report:
On Thursday, a trip to the Riverview Inn for a Hawaiian day is scheduled.
On June 3 to 6, a four-day, three-night trip to Wildwood, N.J., is scheduled. Seats are still available and payment is due by Wednesday. Those interested can contact Zea or Toni Hallenbeck for more information.
Chambers organized the Easter hat contest. There were 17 members who wore hats. The winners were chosen by those present.
The winners were: Betty Cuckoo, animated; Ina Huyben, beautiful; Marge Sanders, colorful; Pat Ryfa, funny; Mary Lou Wilcox, most work; Darleena Ball, best of show for female; Bob Montenaro, best of show for male.
The refreshments were served following the contest with Cuckoo serving the punch.
The next meeting will be Wednesday with a representative from the Office for the Aging.
If interested in the OFA luncheon, reservations must be made in advance.