Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the whiteboard in the Keyboard World Classroom. We made the decision to cancel class on Wednesday, July 1. We will meet, however on July 8th, and the Suggested Song will be Sleeping Beauty Waltz, which was distributed in class on June 24th.
Ellie called attention to the Dates to Remember as shown on the Program for the June 17th Summer Quarterly (Picnic) at Midland. Also, she noted that the Health Dates were also published in the Quarterly Program. Ellie related that Carol Harr was absent this day because her Mother is in the hospital at WMHS. Her condition was being evaluated and a family meeting with the medical personnel was to be held on June 17th to determine what care arrangements might be made for Emma. We do not know the outcome of the meeting as of this printing. Mike Gallaher had a bout in the VA Medical Hospital at Martinsburg, West Virginia, when he suffered a scary incident of rectal bleeding. Medical tests performed indicated that he has Diverticulosis; he is to follow up with the VA doctor at the Cumberland Clinic.
Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and in the newsletter that was distributed in today’s class. Ellie explained to the class about the activities scheduled for Wednesday, June 10th—Graduation for Diane’s organ students, recital by students, concert by Chuck Wright (Lowrey artist) and a barbecue dinner. We are invited to attend and participate in all of the above. She pointed out the sign-up sheets on the round table in the back of the classroom for people to indicate if they wish to attend and/or participate. One sign-up sheet was for those who would like to play a song during the recital; the other was to get a head-count for those who wish to attend the barbecue. It appeared to Ellie that if our group is interested in any of the activities, it would be the concert by Chuck Wright at 3:30.
Ellie went over the Dates to Remember above and on the white board in the Keyboard World Classroom. She reminded folks to pay Rosie Morgan, treasurer, for their meals at the upcoming Summer Quarterly (Picnic). The weather was ugly, but we needed the rain, and it didn’t keep people away from class, which was well attended…
Ellie went over the Dates to Remember and welcomed our guest Linda Winebrenner. She announced to the class that Craig Robertson, Sheriff, will not be available to address the Notables at their Summer Quarterly Picnic, as he and his wife will be on vacation in Mexico. He said he’d do it, though, for our September meeting if that date is clear. We have not yet voted on the date for the Fall meeting.
Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the whiteboard in the Keyboard World Classroom. She reminded the group of next week’s Executive Committee Meeting, and the group decided to hold the brief meeting at the end of class on the 13th of May. Then we’ll go to lunch at Pizza Hut. People were also reminded to pay Rosie for the June 17th Quarterly picnic meal—$11. Everybody seems to be holding themselves together. John Lynch is amazingly better. Dialysis is just what he needed to feel well again! Mike Gallaher is representing the Notables at the Dawnview Volunteer Social on May 12.
Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the white board in the Keyboard World Classroom. She announced a Social for Volunteers at Dawnview Nursing Home in May. Mike Gallaher has the paper with the contact information, date, and time information. He plans to represent the Notables Organ Club.
Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the Keyboard World whiteboard in the classroom. We welcomed a guest visitor, Linda Winebrenner, who joined us today for the class and accompanied us to Traditions/Whispering Pines/Springs Country Store after class. We learned that John Lynch is doing much better now that he’s on dialysis; that Diane and Rosie are also feeling much better after their recent health issues, as is Frank Batchelor. Mike Gallaher has had an upper respiratory infection in the past week, which necessitated going to the clinic and taking an antibiotic. He did make class this week, however, though he’s not feeling 100% well just yet. Ellie now has “the pip” or whatever it is. Also, Betty Twigg is having problems health-wise, as well.
Ellie went over the Dates to Remember as shown above and on the whiteboard in the Keyboard World Classroom. We discussed the ailing people in our group. John Lynch seems to be doing better on Dialysis. He has energy enough to walk over to Rosie’s house and he even drove himself to the Dialysis procedure on Wednesday. That’s good news. Both Rosie and Diane are feeling much better. Elaine Twigg is also doing better now, too. Emma Harr, however, has been in the hospital because of a minor heart attack. She’s back home now. A card for Emma was circulated around the class, but it didn’t get back to Ellie so she could mail it. Who knows where it is? Ellie announced that the National Christian Choir will be returning to St. Luke’s Church for a performance in August of this year. The exact date and time will be announced as soon as that information is available. Ellie announced that Golden Living Center is having their Volunteer Banquet at the Outdoor Sports Club on April 16th at 6 p.m. Six Notables plan to attend.