Silver Creek Senior Citizens hear about fraud, identity theft

SILVER CREEK – The Silver Creek Seniors met on Tuesday, May 7 with 24 members and guests present. President Janice Snyder opened the meeting with the Pledge to the flag and all singing God Bless America. Guests Brenda and Vicki were welcomed. Chaplain Pauline Flitt read “Daily Prayer for Strength” and gave a blessing to the members, and the lunch of tacos and desserts.

The 50-50 raffle winners were Joan Militello, Joan Suski and Pauline. Door prizes were won by Jeanne Blakely, Don Hoeber and Max Church. Lucky card holders for the wheel were: Lorrie Newman (twice), Max, Janice Snyder, Harry Suski and Vicki. Lorrie called bingo and winners were: Al Wilson, Don Hoeber, Brenda (twice), Judy Hahn, Pauline (twice), Janice, Enabell Mirando, Annette Hoeber and Jan Polisoto.

Following Bingo, Jennifer Jones and her two associates from the local M&T Bank spoke on fraud and identity theft, which was very informative and well received by the group.

Next Tuesday’s lunch will be potluck. The club meets every Tuesday at 1 p.m. at 1823 Lake Road, Silver Creek and is open to the senior public. Anyone wishing information about the meetings, please call 716-934-2170.


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