Pembine Area Senior Citizens group holds meeting
PEMBINE, Wis. — The Pembine Area Senior Citizens met in October.
President Shirley Schultz called the meeting to order with 20 members and guest Katie Gipp, daughter of Kay Kieter, who visits when she comes to see her mother.
The door prize was won by Aggie Cavaiani and the 50/50 was won by Alice Kristoff.
The new address rooster was given out, along with the newest set of bylaws. Some of the new bylaw changes were discussed and explained.
The craft show at Grace Lutheran Church in Pembine, rummage sale at Our Redeemer Church in Kingsford were two of the subjects discussed. The Harvest Fest at St. Margaret Catholic Church was a big success, with a lot of members attending.
Since there will only be two meetings before the end of the year, the group discussed the Thanksgiving luncheon. It will be the only “meeting” in November and the Christmas party and December meeting will be discussed at the next gathering. They again will invite local clergy and also Beecher, Dunbar, Pembine school officials to join the Thanksgiving luncheon.
It also was suggested businesses that have donated to the spring and Christmas drawings be asked to send a representative. This will be discussed further at the next meeting.
Members needing prayers: Earl and Gerri Scheidt, Tom and Ellen Combs, Alice Mans, Charlotte Boehler, Kay Kieker, June Anderson and Marilyn Tessmann.