The 127 South Senior Citizens met Oct. 19 with President Emil Neitzke presiding. Bingo was played with many useful gifts supplied by Buckeye Medical Supply. Prayer was given by Joyce Kappel, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag.

Jan said she has four seats open for the Nov. 14 trip to see "Legends of China" in Sevierville. Anyone interested may call her at 788-3667. Members will be leaving the center at 7 a.m. on Oct. 25 instead of 7:15, as reported earlier. She cited rules for the trip. There will be no large hats, no food, and no video cameras on the bus. Cameras are allowed. There will be a pit stop on the way there.

Jan has lists of three long trips, and the one that gets the most signatures will be the one taken. Prices are very reasonable.

Elections of officers for 2008 are coming up, so consider putting your name in for a position.

Books were left over from the big book sale that was held Oct. 13. Members were told they could pick out what they wanted.

The Thanksgiving list is on a table for those planning to attend to sign in. This dinner will cost $4 each.

Woodmen meet the third Tuesday of the month for bingo at the Community Complex. Bluegrass is played at the center every Thursday night from 6-10 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Exercise is held on Monday and Thursday mornings. Mario is collecting dues for next year. Corridor sale items can be brought in on Friday when someone is there to open the doors.

Carol Kirkland reported on the death of Robert Ginther. Dave Barker is on the sick list, as is Anne Albright. Carol said the hospital gift shop was having a sale of great gift items. She sold food coupons during the morning.

Members welcomed two visitors: Eulah Houston and Beulah Cottrell. Betty Rugh read the birthday list and there were three couples with an October anniversary: Frank and Florence Knapp, Bill and Lu Bullard, and Dave and Joan Barker. With Mrs. Knapp at the piano, everyone sang their best wishes to them.

"The Music of the Cumberlands" show at the Palace went very well with really great entertainment. Thanks to all who worked and took part in the show.

Frank Napp shared some funny tales. The speaker for the day was Shirley Wilson from Care-All. She stressed the importance of flu shots and other medical information.

Jan had prepared a great meal of chicken pot pie and there was plenty of food to share. Members thank all those who volunteer in the kitchen to cook and clean up after the meal. Dinner was enjoyed after the blessing.

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