Ellery Senior Citizens To Meet Nov. 11
Ellery Senior Citizens met on Oct. 14 at St Timothy’s Lutheran church with 25 members present and two guests.
The kitchen committee consisted of Maureen Langebartel, Mary Beth and Paul Mazzone. A potluck lunch was enjoyed by all. Marty Hunt said the blessing.
Sam Genco and Karen Livsey presented a power point program on some of the obscura history of Chautauqua County. Some of the topics included a Fredonia rosetta stone, an Hiawatha passion play performed at Jones Memorial park, a titanic survivor, Quaker school history and Forest Cheney a world famous violinist.
Jan Stowell presented the devotion. Fall is a time grace laced by remembering God will provide the supplies we need. Fall is a time for hope.
Opal Sprague was the $2 name tag winner.
The salute to the flag was led by Cindy Kircher. Becky Sheesley read the minutes. Mary Carpenter gave the financial report. Birthday’s for October included Rita Garretson, Paul Mazzone and Joan Swanson.
The guest speaker for November will be Leslie “Skip” Trumbull. He will speak about civil war era medical equipment.
Mary Carpenter and Betty Lou Cheney will be on the kitchen committee in November. The November meeting will be catered by Julie and Monty Hatch. All members are asked to bring their own table service. The next meeting of the Ellery Senior Citizens will be Friday, Nov. 11, at noon at St Timothy’s Lutheran church in Bemus Point. Marty Hunt said a closing prayer.