North Harmony Senior Citizens Group Set To Meet Today
STOW — Threatening weather must have kept many North Harmony Senior Citizens away from the monthly dinner meeting held Jan. 20. Attendance was down to only 30.
First order of business was the swearing-in of new officers and board members. Those who took the oaths of office were Karen Brooks, Barb Cheney, Anita Ferry, Earl Ferry, Don Hook, Will Ortman, Penny Rossey and Hal Wiggers.
Minutes from the December meeting and treasurer’s report were read, along with various committee reports.
The host committee of Brooks, Anita and Earl Ferry, Sue Harper and Myrtle Skiba did a fine job of organizing the many potluck dishes and desserts. Lower attendance didn’t mean a lack of good food. A cake was shared celebrating Joan Peacock’s birthday.
No entertainment was pre-planned just in case snowy weather would force a cancellation.
The North Harmony Senior Citizens are supporting the Chautauqua County 4-H in their February fundraiser and have reserved a table for that night.
Several members are laid-up for various medical reasons, and Pat Saulsgiver, chairman of the Sunshine Committee, remembered them with appropriate cards that had added wishes from all who attended the dinner meeting.
The next meeting will be held today at the clubhouse on Stow Road. Anyone over the age of 50 qualifies for membership and is encouraged to join the group.