Senior Citizens Club News - Dec. 4, 2013

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The Nov. 20 Senior Citizens Club meeting was called to order by President Wanda Moreland.
Marlene Mason, chaplain, did the pledge to the flag. Devotion was taken from John 15, subject about new life.
The poem “Turkey Complaint” was read.
“They fatten me up, they sharpen the axe. I’m getting so nervous I just can’t relax. I know what I’ll do, I’ll hide in the hay and then they can’t find me on Thanksgiving Day.
A pleasant aroma is filling the air, why must they have turkey? I don’t think it’s fair. But I’ve got my rights, I’ll start a campaign and encourage all turkeys to help me complain. I’ll go on a diet, get skinny and thin and I’ll even lose my double chin with Diet Rite Cola.
If at first I don’t succeed I’ll try it again. There may be no hope, but I think it’s worth trying. I’ll do anything to keep me from dying.
In case my plan fails and action gets rash, just look for me soon in some leftover hash.”
 – Author Unknown

Roll call was then given from secretary from last month’s meeting, as well as the treasure’s report.
Discussion from old business about donation to a family in need. Canned goods were brought. Decided to table it until December meeting.