Oakfield Seniors hold January meeting

Charlotte Marley, correspondent, Special to The County
4 years ago

OAKFIELD, Maine — After several snowstorms, the Oakfield Seniors Club  were able to gather at the Smoki-Haulers clubhouse for the only meeting in January.

After a delicious potluck luncheon. President Alberta McDonald called the business meeting to order. All reports were read and accepted. The Life Skills class at Southern Aroostook will be hosting a free dinner at the Oakfield Snowsled Clubhouse Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 11 a.m. for Senior Citizens. Come and support these students and enjoy a delicious meal.

New officers were elected for 2020. Elected were president Alberta McDonald, vice president Jann Votaw, secretary Charlotte Marley and treasurer Donald Marley. Jann Votaw was the 50/50 winner this week.

For the next meeting please bring a Valentine’s Day card and we will enjoy pizza for the luncheon. 

Attending were: Marie Gillotti and guest Carissa Silvestri, Mildred Gagnon, Don and Charlotte Marley, Bernice Campbell, Earl and Lottie Doughty, Judy Williams, Jann Votaw, George Barrow, Wannetta Townsend, Alberta McDonald, Frank Schramm.

The Oakfield Seniors meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month at the Smoki-Haulers Clubhouse in Oakfield at 11 a.m. for a potluck luncheon followed by a business meeting and entertainment.