Thirty-four members of the Mayville Senior Citizens met for lunch and to hear an interesting speaker recently.
President Joyce Ayers greeted the group and Chaplain Dianne Goodrich asked a blessing for the meal before the numbers were called by Mary Carlson. A large variety of casseroles, salads and desserts were enjoyed by all. Louise Richer, Bonnie Johnson, Nancy Navarro and Nancy Peters were the kitchen committee.
Chaplain Goodrich read, "Irate Woman," "No Money" and "The Meaning of The Flag Folding" and led the group in prayer. Secretary Izetta Ayling read the minutes and correspondences and treasurer Edna Brown gave her report. Goodwill chair Mary Carlson reported she had sent several cards. Trip co-chairs Sandy Anderson and Jean Kelsey reported that the trips were filling up fast for Vidlers and Cambridge Springs.
Program chair Bill Tornstrom introduced Shane Jacobson from New York Public Service on Energy Conservation. Jacobson explained how we can conserve our natural resources and what savings are available to help. The new fluorescent bulbs alone could save about 40 percent. Fans can help cool and assist the air conditioners. Our dryers, refrigerators and TVs use the most electricity. He had many helpful booklets for the group, and he answered several questions. For more information, visit NYSERDA.NY.gov
Sandy Anderson won the lottery. Wanda Gustafson and Edna Brown won the door prizes donated by Laura Jean Parment.
There will only be one meeting in July. Fred Anderson and Emerson Chandler will cook hot dogs for the picnic on July 19. Bring picnic fare for this fun time. Bingo will follow the meal which will be at noon in the VFW picnic pavilion, weather permitting. The event will be held inside if necessary.