PERTH — The following are meetings of the Perth Seniors.
Oct. 24: The seniors had their regular meeting at 10:45 a.m. by President Anita Bush, who opened the meeting.
Dottie Richeson read a poem, “A Powerful Tool” and “The Lord’s Prayer” and the Pledge of Allegiance.
There were 27 members in attendance.
The 50-50 winner was Anita Dabiere.
Rose Matthews gave the secretary’s report and Diane Rozdalski gave the treasurer’s report. Both were accepted. Wanda Crosbie gave the kitchen report and Fran Smith gave the sunshine report.
Special events: Audey Flint noted the Halloween party was set for Oct. 31, with cider and doughnuts.
There are no trips planned for the rest of the year.
Grace Bevington Eglin gave the correspondence report. A dining to donate will be from 4 to 9 p.m. Nov. 8, at the Recovery Sports Bar, Route 30, Amsterdam.
Old business: The women’s auxiliary wreath sale will be Nov. 9. See Elaine Gasner at the senior center.
For the Dec. 12, Christmas party, the menu will be announced.
The Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services school salon for a full service cosmetology, call (518) 736-4681, Ext. 4912 for an appointment.
Lynn Lasher, the granddaughter of Carole Jackowski, sold Halloween candy.
Peter Betz, the Perth town liaison, gave the town and the code enforcer reports.
The meeting adjourned.
Oct. 31: A Halloween costume parade took place at the senior center.
Bush led in “The Lord’s Prayer” and the Pledge of Allegiance.
There were 28 in attendance.
October town assessors report:
The Environment Department said the asbestos has to be removed from the old Grange building before it can be town down.
The Perth Fire Department needs a new bucket truck and is looking for donations.
Smith sent out sympathy and birthday cards.
The costumes were presented. The winners included Carl Haff, most original; Bill Jasewicz, weirdest; Richeson, most Halloween.