North Harmony Senior Citizens To Meet Today
STOW — The North Harmony Seniors Citizens met Feb. 17 with 38 members and two guests in attendance.
Vice president Will Ortman opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and chaplain Gordon Saulsgiver led the opening prayer.
The secretary’s minutes of the Jan. 20 meeting and treasurer’s report were read and approved, along with various committee reports.
Entertainment was provided by Melanie Smith of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History located at 311 Curtis St. in Jamestown. Through still and video projections she conveyed Roger’s love and passion for natural history of the entire world. More than 2,000 artifacts of his work are held at the institute, which is open to the public.
Birthday celebrants were Karen Brooks, Edna Brown, Anita Ferry, Candy Lyon and John Smith, and a cake in the shape of a snowman was provided by Sue Harper. Unfortunately, Brown passed away just a few days after her birthday. She was a regular card player every Wednesday night at the center and was chairman of the Memorials Committee.
The next meeting will be today at 5 p.m. in the clubhouse on Stow Road. The potluck dinner theme is “Soup, Sandwich, Dessert.”