LIVERMORE FALLS – The Livermore Falls-Jay Senior Citizens met at Murray Hall on Jan. 16 with 27 members present. Chairwoman Shirley Couture opened the meeting with a prayer, salute to the flag and a moment of silence for the group’s departed members and the men and women in the Armed Forces.

Mary Groleau led the group as they sang “Let There be Peace on Earth.” Several members are on the sick list, including Shirley Toncer, Joan Lauzier, Dora Slovak, Dick Bryant, Cecile Hathaway and Emile Richards. Cards were sent to them.

A former member, Cecile Poisson, died last week, and the group extended their sympathy.

The meeting was sign-up day for the group’s monthly meal from SeniorsPlus, which will be served Monday, Jan. 23, and will consist of pork cutlet with gravy, parsley potato, zucchini and tomatoes, dinner roll and applesauce.

Couture informed the group that thank-you cards had been received from Laurette Chabot and one that had been sent to Lois Gordon from Edith Gay, who is in Florida.

The group will hold the monthly bingo game on Monday, Jan. 30, and a Chinese auction on Monday, Feb. 6. The auction will consist of food items.

The 50-50 was won by Ellie Mitchell. The meeting was adjourned and card and games were played.

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