SINCLAIRVILLE - On May 14, the Sinclairville Seniors met for a tureen dinner at the Sinclairville Firehall.
They were entertained by the Writing Group from the Sinclairville Library led by Beth Hadley, head librarian.
They heard a humorous story from "Ralph," titled "Buck Naked," which recounted his adventures caring for his sister's horse named "Buck" during a thunder storm.
Tracy read a story about the trials of dealing with "nature" while fishing.
Ivory read her poem to her children titled, "Love, Mother." She also passed out copies of some of her views on life.
Jesse recounted her blog writings about our late unofficial "mayor" of Sinclairville, Phyllis Klein, who always had a greeting for anyone crossing her path. Jesse also is the author of a published book, titled "At What Cost." Lastly Beth read her piece "Sleeping with Peepers," which brought back memories of camping out with our own youngsters.
Anyone interested in honing their writing skills is invited to join the group which meets at 9 a.m. on Fridays at the library. She especially encourages the older generations to share their life stories for the younger generations.
The next meeting of the Senior Group will be the annual picnic on July 9 at the Briggs Pavilion in the Stockton Firemen's grounds. All seniors are encouraged to join. Bring a dish to pass; hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided as well as water.