The Harmony Senior Citizens will meet at noon on Thursday in the Panama United Methodist Church for a Thanksgiving luncheon. The lunch is free to all who have signed up in advance. Officers will serve as the food committee. A ''Love'' donation, to be split between the Panama and Ashville food pantries, will be collected from anyone who wishes to contribute.
Recently the group met for its monthly dinner meeting. Pauline Edsall welcomed members, read a poem entitled ''Kaleidoscope,'' delivered the dinner prayer and led the flag salute.
Birthdays were celebrated by Doris Carr, Norma Catanese, Delores Ellis, Bob Johnston, Everett King, Pearl Lewis, Sue McCallough, Betty Sweeney, Evelyn Sweeney; eldest in attendance, and Jean Wagner. Anniversaries were celebrated by Cora and Bob Delahoy, and Ellen and Melvin Lord.
Following dinner, Jim Roselle, a local radio personality for 58 years, and well-recognized announcer for WJTN, spoke of his career experiences in radio. Rosalie Logue, president, opened the business meeting with a Halloween parade. Costume winners were Pauline Edsall, first place; Sally Hagg, second place; and Tom Smith, honorable mention. Bonnie Anderson announced that names for the Salvation Army Angel Tree would be available at the November lunch for those interested in participating. Dottie Enlow gave a trip report and reminded members that payment is due at the November meeting for those going to Hartwood Acres on Dec. 5.
The Christmas luncheon will be held on Dec. 1 at the Rowdy Rooster in Panama. Those interested in lunch should plan to pay $7 at the November meeting.