STOCKTON - The Sinclairville Senior Citizens recently held their annual summer picnic and program at the Stockton Fraternity Grounds.
The luncheon was opened by Elaine Palmer-Titus, Sinclairville Senior Citizens president, who also led the group in a prayer. Food was brought by members, and chef Diman Smith cooked some of the food on the grill.
Birthdays were honored for Gale Sauer, Marge McIntyre, John Sipos and Bill Wittenbrook. During the meal, music was provided by Paul Kimble playing the electronic Q-chord instrument with singing by Marna Terry Wolaver.
At the Sinclairville Senior Citizens annual summer picnic held in Stockton, Marna Terry Wolaver provided the music with her singing, and musical accompaniment by Paul Kimble on the electronic Q-chord.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Sipos and Claudia Wittenbrook gave the financial report. Following the luncheon and musical program, bingo was played by all under the leadership of Mrs. Wolaver, and with Wittenbrook being the caller.
The next meeting of the group will be held in the Sinclairville Fire Hall dining room on the second Tuesday of August at noon. New members are welcome.