The Port William-Lumberton Seniors Citizens met on June 7 at the Center in Port William. The meeting was opened with President Jim Armstrong leading the Pledge of Allegiance followed by prayer by Jim Ewing.
The committee for this month was Shirley and Everett Hughes, Bob Hurley, and Pearl Garvic who had beautifully decorated in the theme of Father’s day. On the dessert table was a colorful cloth, the tables had men’s caps and ties, also blue cups of yellow flowers in the middle There were blue placemats, colorful napkins and a small bar of candy at each setting.
The birthday of Jim Armstrong was recognized before the delicious carry-in meal with the Autumn Years Nursing Home in Sabina furnishing the entrée fried chicken.
During the business meeting Susan Smith reported for the kitchen committee and Shirley Hughes reported for the Sunshine committee in which she also announced thanks to Jim and Diane Ewing for their planting and taking care of the flowers around the building. Mary Ellen Rector reported for the membership committee and the fact that membership is opened for anyone who would like to join was mentioned. Jim Ewing reported income for rental of the building, and from craft sales for the month. Jim Armstrong announced that cards are being played each Monday at 1:30 and is opened to the public as all are welcome. Shirley and Everett Hughes distributed several door prizes before the group played chair volleyball.
Those present were Everett and Shirley Hughes, Bob Hurley, Mary Ellen Rector, Ben and Doodle Hargrave, Jim and Diane Ewing, Leta Thordsen, Dick and Shirley Bogan, James R. Thompson, Donna Borst, Ron Whitacre, Pearl and Richard Garvic, Ruth Brandenburg, Marian and Sally Orihood, Sue Smith, Jeanne Gifford, Donna Rider, Virginia Siders, Barbara Fowler, Bernita Hollingsworth, Eva Botts, Bud and Mary McConnell, Jim Armstrong, Sandy Wiseman and Ruby Darding.