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CLUB NEWS: Richland Senior Club of Aurora

Published 10:54pm Friday, April 19, 2013

The Richland Senior Club of Aurora met April 2, 2013 at 10:30.

President MarLou Reid called the meeting to order.  Club members repeated the Lord’s Prayer followed by the pledge of allegiance to the flag.

Secretary Myra Mayo called the roll with 18 members present.  Two visitors were recognized:  Flo Allen and Debbie Hall.  Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.  It was noted that Debbie Ryals, President of Ruth’s House, had sent thanks to the club for their donation last month to Ruth’s House.

Treasurer Annette Smith gave the treasurers report.  Several members paid their dues.  Member participated in the 50/50 drawing.  Alice Briley was the lucky winner.  She donated her winnings back to the club.

Ann Cayton gave her report for get well cards mailed.  Cards were sent to Margaret Roberts, Carol Stokes and Melvin Jarvis.  A card for member Barbara Rowe was passed around for members to sign.  She hasn’t been able to attend meetings lately due to her husband’s health.  Our best to both of them.

Ann Windley gave a report on the club’s serving refreshments for the bloodmobile at PotashCorp on March 27th.  She thanked members for all their support.  It was decided to do this again next March.

Several trips were discussed – Rudy Theater on May 16th and Spirit of Norfolk on June 19th.

Alice Briley introduced our guest speaker Debbie Hall.  She is with the Vidant Home Health & Hospice and had several handouts for members.  She presented a very informative program.  Members had several questions for her.

Martha Brown asked the blessing and everyone enjoyed a covered dish luncheon.

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