Manor Church Senior Citizens hold October meeting

November 19, 2007

The Manor Church Senior Citizens Club met Oct. 10, in the regular meeting room at Manor Church of the Brethren.

Due to the absence of the recording secretary, the sign-in method was used. This showed a total of 32 members present, which matched the head count taken by Ialene Cass.

Members who brought goodies for the bake sale arrived early. A covered- dish dinner was served.

The business meeting came to order at 1 p.m. with all reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Secretary minutes were discussed and approved, as was the treasurer's report, given by treasurer Ruth Shank.

The baby blanket project was discussed. Blankets will be ready to present to Project Linus at the Christmas program. If any member would like to help, please contact Mary Hamilton or Dorothy Jamison.


The prayer shawl service was conducted by Charlotte Dixon, Ialene Cass and Naomi Thomas. Those receiving shawls were Earl Hamilton and the Rev. William Stoner. Members were reminded to keep those ill in their in prayers.

The club enjoyed a hymn sing from a book of favorite hymns, made for the club by Ruth Shank.

Birthday gifts were given to those having birthdays in October, and door prizes were awarded.

The meeting came to a close with a prayer by club president Ruth South.

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