Maria E. Johnson of Falconer will share pointers on methods to obtain photo results we desire when the Community Senior Fellowship meets at 2 p.m. Tuesday, in the First Lutheran Church parlors, corner of Chandler and Center streets.
From the age of 10, with her first Kodak 126 Camera, she became fascinated with still photography, including magnification and nature. A graduate of Falconer High School, she has worked for 24 years with various pharmacies, including CVS, where she is employed as a photo lab supervisor in the Falconer store. Ms. Johnson has had numerous showings and classes during the past nine years. Several of these events include Falconer, Warren, Ellington, Lakewood and various libraries. Recently she created ''Memories Just for You'' for transferring old negatives or VHS to DVD.
Devotions at the meeting will be offered by Sandy Ahlgren, Heritage Ministries, senior housing consultant. This is her seventh year with Heritage Ministries. She was previously employed with The Salvation Army where she continues an active membership and involvement on the board.
Refreshments will be served under the leadership of Virginia Guinnane, assisted by Coralyn Boehler, George and Violet Johnson, Alberta Johnson, Anita McDonald and James Walrod.
Meetings are open to all area seniors and the church is handicapped accessible by using the Center Street entrance. For more information, call 664-4601 or 665-5969.