Cindy Barnett, the guest speaker, spoke to the group on technology. She stated that any new technology is out- dated as soon as it is released. She spoke on Cell phones, I-pods, and computers. Cell phones are for communication: oral and texting. I-pods are for downloading music. Computers are for instant messaging and Internet. With computers we have Face Book, My Space, Skype, Twittering, You Tube and Blogging. There are many computer classes available at the extension office and computers are available for the public to use.
Betty Mink reported on the December 17th trip to Bear Creek Farms. The cost is $37.00 and the deadline for your reservation is December 8th. You can contact her at 723-6044.
Judith Hicks reported the Senate hasn’t signed the Health Care Bill. November 15 through December 31 is the time you can change your Medicare part D enrollment.
Henrietta Lefkowicz reminded everyone to get their flu shots. There is an over-the- counter ointment you can get called Albolene to use for dry skin patches. Also you are not loosing it if you can’t remember “What am I doing here?” You just have too many things on your mind. Just keep telling yourself what you are going after over and over, so you won’t forget.
The next meeting will be December 1. It will be a catered luncheon by Jill Daniels. If you have not reserved your lunch, you can do so by contacting Jeanette Zumbrun at 244-3435. The price is $8.50.
The program for December is still undecided.
Ruth Warman won $18.00 in the 50/50 drawing and Mary Lou Zuber won the door prize.
A REMINDER TO ALL MEMBERS: BRING YOUR DONATIONS FOR THE LOCAL FOOD BANK TO THE NEXT MEETING ON DECEMBER 1.
There being no further business, the meeting was closed.