TRIBES HILL — The following are for the Tribes Hill Iroquois Seniors.
At both meetings: They began at 10 a.m. with a social hour hosted by Barbara Lampkin, Sherry Meyers and Barbara Minch. Chaplain Barbara Furman opened the meeting with a prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Lampkin gave the treasurer’s report which will be followed for audit. Meyers noted a volunteer for the social committee is still needed.
Jan. 10: The reading was entitled “God Is Guiding Me.”
Meyers, president, announced the January birthdays: Elaine Hoyt, Jan. 12; Pam Jasewicz, Jan. 16; Ruth Lohmeyer, Jan. 20; and Bill Lampkin, Jan. 23.
The role was taken by Jasewicz, vice president, with 29 members present.
The Jan. 3, minutes were read by Lampkin and were approved.
Meyers read a thank you card from Marilyn and Bob Hotaling and Marie Peluso for the Christmas poinsettia plants.
Pat Schwartz reported she is working on the 2019 trips for the club and is taking suggestions from the members.
Lu Wilmot reported that the Fonda seniors have a five day, four night trip to Maine from May 20 to 24, for $479 which includes eight meals.
Sylvia Burroughs sent out get well and a sympathy cards to members.
The refreshment committee for February will be Olive and Allan Taylor and Shirley Dado. Meyers put the refreshment schedule on the bulletin board in the hall.
Jasewicz reminded members about senior movie day and named the movies being shown at the Emerald Theater.
Jasewicz suggested doing lunch on Jan. 31, at the Stars Cafe, Route 5S, more information to follow.
Another suggested activity was dinner theater. Murder at Crabby Abbey, presented by Foothills Family Productions, at 6 p.m. Feb. 9. Cost: $35 per ticket which includes dinner and show.
Meyers asked for suggestions for a Valentine party for Feb. 21. More information to follow.
After the Jan. 17, meeting, the seniors played bingo and members are asked to bring a sandwich.
The 50-25-25 winners were Delores Danelorich and Schwartz.
Lampkin did two readings.
Jan. 17: The reading was entitled “Look Up.”
The role was taken by Furman with 28 and one perspective new member, Dorothy Bush, present.
The Jan. 10, minutes were read by Barbara Lampkin and were approved.
Schwartz is still working on the 2019 trips for the club.
Olive Taylor reported on the Fonda seniors trip to Maine May 20-24.
Burroughs sent out get well, thinking of you and sympathy cards to members and their families.
Jan. 31: After the meeting, the club will do lunch at the Stars Cafe, Route 5S.
The dinner theater, Murder at Crabby Abbey is planned.
The 50-25-25 winners were Nora Olander and Doris Schafer.
Sherry Meyers and Lampkin did readings.
The meeting adjourned.
Furman closed the meeting with a closing prayer.
If anyone is looking for something to do on a Thursday morning from 10 a.m. until noon, and wants to meet new people, feel free to come to one of group’s meetings. They meet at 10 a.m. every Thursday at the Sacred Heart Church hall, Third Avenue, Tribes Hill and are always looking for new members.