LIVERMORE FALLS – The Livermore Falls-Jay Senior Citizens met at Murray Hall on Nov. 7 with 33 members present. Chairwoman Shirley Couture opened the meeting.

Mary Groleau led the group as they sang “America” and, “Star Spangled Banner” in observance of Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11. The veterans in the group were honored with a round of applause. Athanase Couture was welcomed back after having been on the sick list.

Brenda Longley of Parkview invited seniors to tour the facility. She can be reached by calling 897-2800.

It was announced that from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15, Robin Shepard, veteran’s advocate, will be at Murray Hall to explain about veterans’ benefits. The visit is sponsored by the Healthy Community Coalition.

Next week the group will hold the monthly Chinese auction, which will include food items only. A Thanksgiving meal of finger rolls, salads and other items will be held Monday, Nov. 21.

SeniorsPlus will serve a Thanksgiving meal with roast turkey and gravy, stuffing and mashed potatoes, cranberries, peas and onions, dinner roll and impossible pumpkin pie on Friday, Nov. 18. There will be two sittings: 11:15 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

The Scottish Rite Masons also will be sponsoring a free Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, Nov. 24, at Mt. Blue High School cafeteria, Farmington. There will be home delivery to shut-ins.

SeniorsPlus has scheduled a trip to see Stars on Ice in Portland on April 13; price, $63. Anyone interested can call 645-3315 for a reservation.

The 50-50 was won by Alice DeMoras and a basket of apples donated to the group was won by Blanche Bilodeau and Veronica Blanchard.

After the meeting, the group played bingo and had cake and ice cream in observance of Veterans Day.

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