The Harmony Senior Citizens will meet at noon on Thursday, March 1, in the Panama United Methodist Church for a tureen lunch. All in attendance are asked to bring their own table service and a dish to pass. The food and decoration committee includes Dee and Chuck Ellis, Al Moran, June Federko, and Bev Lindstrom.
Recently, the group met for its monthly meeting. Pauline Edsall welcomed members and guests. She gave a reading entitled ''God's Valentine Gift'' by Joanne Fuchs, delivered the lunch prayer and led the pledge to the flag.
Birthdays were celebrated by Kay Anderson, Carole Bergman, Cora Delahoy, Sally Hagg, Kathryn Harper, Kay Hoover, Clyde James, Marian Palmer, Maynard Wagner and Linda Whitely, as well as Jerry Bergman and Wyona Wevers, who shared the title of eldest in attendance. Carol and Dick Williams celebrated their anniversary.
Following dinner, Rosalie Logue, president, introduced Jack Keeney, mayor of Celoron, who gave a slide presentation on the history of Celoron from its beginnings as a village until the present day. He gave additional information on future projects and ideas for improvements in the village.
A business meeting followed the presentation. Pauline Edsall announced that the Panama Central School swimming pool is available for water aerobics each morning before classes begin. She invited all interested members to attend the morning swim program. Those interested in going on trips this year were reminded to sign up as soon as possible. Ellen Coffaro gave a United Senior Council report.