The Ada Prime Timers met on Aug. 20 at J.D.’s Cafeteria. After a meet-and-greet time, a buffet dinner was enjoyed by all.

President Tony Pippin called the meeting to order. The invocation was given by Dale Pflaum. The American flag salute was led by J. W. Brown.

Our visitors were Shirley Henson, Jenny Mercer, Crystal Lamb, and Loyd and Mary Gurley. We had four people join Prime Timers: Barbara Debeck, Lois Burris, Loyd Gurley and Mary Gurley.

Celebrating August birthdays were Mary Ann Briggs, Bonnie Shields, Floyd Gurley and Loyd Gurley. Mary and Loyd Gurley celebrated an August anniversary. A share and care card was sent to M.E. Carr on behalf of his illness.

Secretary Pat Jarrett-Briley read the July meeting minutes. Treasurer Bette Cole reported dispersing a $20 meal ticket and took in a membership fee of $10, leaving a balance in treasury of $498.03.

Humor for the day was presented by Ruth Ann Taylor and enjoyed by all.

The program was presented by Crystal Lamb, director of Mama T’s. She explained and gave much information as to what Mama T’s is all about. We were excited to find out information about this great organization.

The next Prime Timers meeting will be Sept. 16 at J.D.’s Cafeteria. The program will be presented by Ernie Staggs on “Beekeeping.” Activities begin at 5:30 p.m. For inquiries. call 580-320-0454 or 580-436-1116.

Those in attendance: Tony Pippin, Ruth Ann Taylor, Myrtie Clarke, Linda Hebert, Andy Hood, Joann Hood, Elmer Brown, Bettye Brown, Bette Cole, Vestal Cole, Rita Roberts, Bonnie Shields, Mary Ann Briggs, Patsy Beasley, Lavita Berry, Anita Ardiana, Pat Jarrett-Briley, Wendell Gurley, Treva Gurley, Jackie Savage, Dale Pflaum, Floyd Gurley, Pat Gurley, Mary Gurley, Loyd Gurley, G.W. Tracy, J.W. Brown, Shirley Henson, Barbara DeBeck, Joyce Simpson, Jenny Mercer, Lois Burris, Ollie Roberts, Bryna Lane, Brenda Clark, Don Clark, Bonnie Flowers.

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Eric Swanson is the City Hall and general assignment reporter for The Ada News. He spent 15 years working at the Dodge City Daily Globe in Dodge City, Kansas, before joining The Ada News’ staff in 2012.

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