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Fisherman's Quartet performed beautiful gospel songs at the last meeting at the 127 Senior Center.

On Friday, Nov. 16, the seniors met for their usual Friday fun with games, conversation and coffee.  Arlene Simmons called the bingo numbers, and Buckeye Home Health furnished the prizes. Blood pressures were also taken.

Jan Neitzke, president, opened the meeting, with Bob Jones giving the prayer and Phyllis Jones leading the Pledge of Allegiance.

Nancy Fincher, sunshine lady, gave her updates on those needing prayers and asked everyone to keep the victims of the wildfires in California, the military, first responders and firefighters in their prayers.

The December trip to Callaway Gardens, GA is sold out. The bus will leave the center at 8 a.m., stopping in Warm Springs before going to Callaway Gardens. Dinner that night will be at 5:30 p.m. There will be no bluegrass music Nov. 22, and the center will be closed Nov. 23. Annie needs the tree helpers at First National Bank by 8 a.m. on Nov. 27. The senior center’s election for new officers will be Nov. 30.

Keep checking those Kroger receipts for credit for the center and remember to bring in items for the next year’s corridor sale. Dues for next year can be paid now.

The guests at last week’s meeting were Suzanne Schriener, Sandra and Ericka Tapanana and Phil Adcox. 

Doug Locke told the ditty for the day.

Phil Adcox spoke about Cumberland County Cardiac Pulmonary Rehab Alumni, Inc. for a few minutes.   

Fisherman's Quartet provided the entertainment for the meeting with their beautiful gospel songs.

After the dinner prayer by Bob Jones, members were served Thanksgiving dinner catered by Beef and Barrel, and it was delicious. When they meet the Friday, which is the fifth Friday of the month, they will have soup, sandwiches, salads and desserts only.

Until next week, be good to one another.