The Harmony Senior Citizens will meet at noon on Thursday, Feb. 2, in the Panama United Methodist Church for a tureen lunch. All in attendance should bring their own table service and a dish to pass. The food and decoration committee includes Cora and Bob Delahoy, Ellen and Melvin Lord, Sandy Whitford, Ruth Smouse, and Bonnie Anderson. Jack Keeney, mayor of Celoron, will be the speaker.
The group recently met for their monthly meeting. Pauline Edsall gave a reading, ''Accept All Things God Gives;'' she then delivered the lunch prayer and led the pledge to the flag.
Birthdays were celebrated by Livonia Damcott, Donald Garfield, Jean Hanson - eldest in attendance, Betty Johnson, Doris Rendell, Stanley Sturges and Blanche Tracy. Jean and Alvin James and Elinor and Stanley Sturges celebrated anniversaries.
Following dinner, Ellen Coffaro introduced Karl J. Sisson, director of WCA Development. He gave an interesting video presentation of the new emergency room being constructed at WCA Hospital and distributed informational folders to members. He announced that fundraisers are planned to help with expenses. Mr. Sisson stressed the need for more doctors in the area.
Rosalie Logue, president, conducted the business meeting. Lester Wevers, treasurer, reminded the group that if a member's dues are not paid in a timely fashion, the member will be notified by phone or mail. If there is no response to this notification, the member is subject to being dropped from the membership rolls.
Dottie Enlow, trips chair, presented the list of 2012 day trips. The May 23 trip to African Lion Safari in Canada requires a passport or New York state enhanced driver's license. Members were urged to sign up for the trips being offered this year. 2012 agendas, a listing of meeting dates, committees and trips were distributed. Those not in attendance should contact Bonnie Anderson for a 2012 agenda.