LIVERMORE FALLS — The Jay-Livermore Falls Senior Citizens met on Nov. 9 at Murray Hall, with 28 members present.

Chairwoman Shirley Couture opened the meeting with prayer, a salute to the flag and a moment of silence for deceased members and for the men and women in the armed forces.

The secretary’s report was read and accepted.

In honor of Veterans Day, Couture read a prayer for veterans and George Doiron led the group in singing “God Bless America.”

It was reported that, at a ceremony in Farmington, Marilyn Desoto received a silver medal for her husband, who was a prisoner of war during World War II and George Doiron received a silver medal for his brother, Cam, for his service during World War II.

Reported on the sick list were Gerry Richards and Charlie Lapointe, who are both at d’Youville and Lorraine Cote, who is at Pine Haven. Lois Goding returned home on Nov. 10.

A note from Androscoggin Home Health was read thanking the group for past donations. Also, a note was read from Pinewood thanking the group for a donation in memory of Gabrielle Labine.

George Doiron was presented a card and the group sang “Happy Birthday” in honor of his birthday.

The Thanksgiving meal will be on Nov. 16. Volunteering to bring something were Shirley Couture, Diane Getz, Carmen Moreau, Jeannine Williams, Gloria Dallesandro, Shirley Toncer, Gloria Bickford, Jeanette Buck, Theresa Bilodeau, Patty Couture, Fern Doiron, Alvina Miller and Georgia Hersey. The meal will be served at noon.

The 50-50 was won by Aurelien Couture.

Refreshments were brought in by Fern Doiron. A successful Chinese auction was held.

The meeting was adjourned and cards and games were played.

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