55-PLUS CLUBMINERAL RIDGE
X55-Plus Club of Mineral Ridge will meet at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Mary Church for its annual picnic. Members should take a casserole. Hosts will be Steve and Helen Rushan. Bingo will be played; members should take small bingo prizes. New members are welcome. Call (330) 544-0963.
XCanfield Chapter 3104, AARP, will have a summer luncheon at 1 p.m. Monday at A La Cart Catering in Canfield. Lou Speece from the Canfield War Museum will be the speaker. Members are asked to carpool.
The bus for the July 18-21 trip to Lancaster, Pa., will leave the Canfield Presbyterian Church at 6:15 a.m. Reservations with deposit will be taken at the luncheon for the following trips: AARP overnight mystery trip, Sept. 22-23; Waikiki and Maui, Hawaii, Oct. 24 to Nov. 1; and New York City Rockettes in Pittsburgh, Nov. 16. Contact Lucille Bernard at (330) 533-6071 for further information. No board meeting will be held this month.
XStruthers Chapter 3105, AARP, will meet at 11 a.m. July 20 at The Embassy with Harold Milligan presiding. Reservations should be made by Wednesday; mail a check for $9 to LaVerne Cox, 241 E. Manor Ave., Struthers, OH 44471. New members are welcome.
XBrownlee Woods Senior Citizens will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Faith Community United Church of Christ, corner of Sheridan Road and Midlothian Boulevard, for crafts and cards. Members should take a sack lunch; tea and coffee will be furnished. New members are welcome.
XGirard Senior Citizens will meet at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the senior center. Following the business meeting, Girard Police Chief Frank Bigowsky will be the speaker. Reservations will be taken for a luau to be held July 27. Cost for the catered lunch is $6. To make a reservation call Aleta Peck at (330) 545-6435 by July 18. Everyone is encouraged to wear colorful clothing.
XMembers of the Golden Pillars of St. Mary Church will meet Tuesday in the social center on Belle Vista Avenue. The liturgy will be held at 11 a.m., and lunch will be served at noon. Eleanor Hnat will preside for business, and a social with cards and bingo will follow.
XJ.C. Penney Retirees will meet for an annual picnic at noon Tuesday at the Ex-servicemen's Pavilion in Boardman Park. Those attending should take their own table setting and a casserole or dessert.
XLiberty Senior Citizens will meet Wednesday at the Church Hill United Methodist Church. Liberty firefighters will conduct a blood pressure screening at 10:30 a.m., and the meeting will begin at 11. The Liberty Senior Citizen Line Dancers, led by Lola McFarland, will perform after lunch. Members are reminded to take a sack lunch; beverage will be provided. Hostesses for the month are Peg Eckelberger, Magda Roth and Becky McCauley.
XBridge, 500, chess and checkers will be played when Martha Lupse 50-Plus Card and Game Club meets from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 106 at Poland United Methodist Church. Janet Pusser will lead devotions, and the annual covered dish luncheon will be held at noon. Coffee and tea will be provided. No affiliation with the church is required for participation. For information call (330) 757-1980.
XREAC 3298 will meet at 1 p.m. July 18 at the aerie on Raccoon Road. A picnic will follow; members are asked to take a casserole. Roselle Stickel will preside, and birthdays and anniversaries will be honored.
Members should report illness or death to Toni Ricciardulli at (330) 793-1178.
Officers installed at last month's meeting were Roselle Stickel, president; Toni Ricciardulli, secretary; Elsie Moretti, treasurer; Irene Brown, sergeant-at-arms; and Mary Murphy, publicity.
XMembers of Royal Seniors will have their annual picnic at 11 a.m. Monday at Boardman Park Community Center. Members must have a reservation to attend. There will be a catered lunch and small supper at no charge. Games with cash prizes will be played. Casual dress is recommended.
SERO CHAPTER 19
XThe SERO Chapter 19 picnic that was scheduled for July 27 at Lake Milton has been canceled.
XSt. Anthony Senior Club will hold its annual picnic Tuesday at Tod Park in Girard . Coffee and donuts will be available at 10 a.m., and the luncheon starts at noon. The winning tickets will be drawn for the annual raffle, followed by cards and games.
XSt. Brendan Senior Citizens will meet at noon Monday in Maxwell Hall with Ann Smith presiding and Ann Banyots and Verna Dues giving reports. Dues is also taking reservations and cancellations for the Aug. 8 picnic; call her at (330) 782-5754.
Members are asked to report illness or death to Theresa Vevaqua at (330) 793-2792.
XSt. Casey Seniors will hold their annual indoor picnic lunch at noon Tuesday at the church social hall. Members are asked to take a casserole. Birthdays will be acknowledged, games and bingo will be played, and a 50/50 raffle will be held. For more information, call (330) 759-2295 or (330) 792-2644.
XSt. Christine Senior Citizens will meet for a picnic at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Gutman Hall. There will be birthday and 50-50 drawings and door prizes.
XMembers of St. Cyril Seniors will have their annual picnic Thursday following the 11:30 a.m. Mass. The event will be held in the church, where a catered lunch will be served at noon. Reservations are due Monday. Birthdays and anniversary will be acknowledged, and there will be a money raffle and bingo. Raffle donations would be appreciated. Dues of $5 will be collected.
XA meeting of Saxon Retirees will be held at noon Thursday at the club ballroom on Meridian Road. Cost of the city chicken dinner is $7. Reservations or cancellations are due Sunday evening by calling Peg Germanowski at (330) 629-6430 or Romaine Carr at (330) 758-8554.
XSears Friendship Club will meet for lunch at noon Monday at the West Glen Eatery on Glenwood Avenue. Cards and bingo will be played.
XSears Men Retirees will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Yankee Kitchen in Boardman.
XUpcoming activities for senior citizens organizations are published Sunday. Please submit information to the Society Department by noon Thursday.