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Many of the Ada Senior Citizens who attended the Sept. 12 meeting at Community Health Professionals brought their hobbies to share with the group.
George Haver of Lima was a surprise guest. He came in the place of his sister, Phyllis Conley, who was unable to attend due to illness. George brought a collection of sleds that he had fashioned from popsicle sticks. They were painted and decorated in different themes and could be used as Christmas tree decorations.
Fran Clark brought a couple of necklaces that she had made. This was a project that she had done with friends when she spent her winters in Florida.
Betty Plummer had a hard time deciding which of her many collections to bring. She decided on a collection of thimbles and a collection of McDonalds toys.
Darlene Casper brought some china and glass shoes that she has collected over the years. She also brought a music box from her collection.
Madonna Lawrence likes to paint. She showed the group an oil painting she made of her girlhood home near LaFayette. She also had some totes that she had painted with various designs. She had place mats and coasters that were made from linoleum and painted with designs. She also had some pictures done with water colors.
Judy Magee showed a doll bed/doll table that she had made out of a clementines box. She also had a quilt that she made for an expected great grandchild. Judy also brought a plastic chair that she covered with plaster bandages. It had been painted and decopaged.
Phyllis Scott brought a post card with the likeness of member, Agnes Crates. The card was an invitation to Agnes’ upcoming 99th birthday party.
A card was passed around for members to sign and send to Naudean Amidon who has been in the hospital.
After refreshments were served by hostesses Phyllis Scott and Helen McPheren there was Bingo. Door prizes were won by four lucky people.
Helen McPheren reported that 17 people have signed up for the trip to an Amish home for lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 26. If you wish to attend there is still time to make a reservation.