MAYVILLE - Forty people met on May 15 for a buffet lunch and a program for the Mayville Seniors. Joyce Ayers welcomed all and Diane Goodrich gave the invocation. Everyone sang "Happy Birthday" to Nancy Tornstrom as she blew out candles on a huge birthday cake.
The secretary and treasurer's reports were read and accepted.
Janet Loomis and Jeff Wagner reported that the second trip of the year is scheduled for Tuesday, June 24 to ride the Victorian Princess Ship out of Erie Harbor with lunch to follow at Smugglers Wharf. The third trip, open to the public, is planned for Tuesday, Aug. 12 to the Genesee Country Museum Village, the LeRoy House and the Jell-o Gallery. Payment must be made by July 17. The price for the day trips, which includes lunch, is $74 for members and $76 for non-members.
A six-day trip to Nashville and Memphis in September is in jeopardy unless more people sign up to go. Call Janet Loomis (761-6687) or Jeff Wagner (753-6832) for information.
Doug Marshall spoke about the Historical Society being responsible for the old train station museum, new members are welcome and volunteers are needed on weekends to greet people who visit the museum. You can join for $5 a year and be placed on their mailing list for meeting notices.
Program Chairman, Bill Tornstrom, said the speaker for the next meeting on June 5 will be Patricia Pihl, from Mayville, who just released her new book "Lost Places of Chautauqua County." Come and learn more about the history of Chautauqua County.