CROSBY -- The Crosby-Ironton Senior Citizens will hold their monthly meeting and potluck at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the Cuyuna Range Community Center in Crosby.
Those coming are reminded to bring their own dishes, silver and something to pass. Coffee will be provided. Hostesses will be Gen Mollenhauer, Pearl Nordin and Kaye Frey.
During the business meeting plans for the annual picnic will be decided and all members are urged to be present to voice their opinion.
Following the meeting and the meal, Arvilla Felter, registered nurse with the Crow Wing County Health Department, will present a program titled "Men's and Women's Cancer Issues."
All area senior citizens are welcome and invited to join the club. Annual dues are $1.
Council on Aging officers re-elected
At the May meeting of the Cass County Council on Aging the current officers were elected to another term of office. They are:
President -- Betty Waldron, Outing; vice president -- Phyllis Krueger, Walker; secretary -- Nelda Nygard, Walker; treasurer -- Pat Lahti, Backus.
The purpose of the Council on Aging is to focus on issues concerning the aging population. Older adults from the communities in the county come together for services and activities, information sharing, and problem solving reflecting their experience and skills. They respond to the needs and interests throughout the area and promote independence and well-being of older adults.
This organization provides a central link of communication among local groups and county, state, and national agencies, distributes information regarding services and programs of general interest to older adults, and provides a central source of information for publicity and public information in matters pertaining to the aging. The Council on Aging promotes wisdom, maturity, dignity and independence.
Meetings are held at 1 p.m. the third Monday of each month in locations throughout the county and they are open to the public. Call Barb at 547-7414 for more information.
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