in Moving On
Moving On, a group of widows and widowers, met July 14 for their luncheon and meeting at Undo's in Weirton with Norma Boni, president, presiding.
Jack Davis gave the blessing, and Nancy Smurda provided information on how military taps originated. Christine Brown gave a reading about an American. July birthdays and anniversaries were acknowledged.
Newest members to join are Anita Spadafora, Carolyn Hill, Ed Bedorini, Jim Barrett, Carol Boyer and Jayme Browning. Guests attending were Claire French and Cathy Konpareo Zeiler.
Entertainment was provided with guitar and singing by Jack Grimm and David Hunt, who performed music from the 1950s and 1960s. Tables were decorated with mirrors, candles, petals and gift cards donated by Janet Saner, Pat Prosperi, Julie Coughlin, Astrid Bricker, Cecelia Arrico and Ingrid Koenig.
Madelina Michael Boulson and Lucretia "Toots" Ross conducted the 50-50 drawing won by Boni. Undo gift certificates went to Jim Barrett and Herb Simms. A Gio dinner gift card was won by Anita Spadafora and a rose candle by Herb Simms. Table prizes went to John Fields, Jack Davis, Betty Mazur, Joe Povich and Burlane Hoagland.
Carol Zagula discussed possible trips to Seven Springs, Hartville, Myrtle Breen, Greenbrier and casinos.
Reports were given by Lucretia "Toots" Ross, secretary, and Margaret Chapman, treasurer. The next meeting will be held Aug. 11 at Undo's in Weirton. The cost is $12 for dinner and $10 for dues, which are due in August. Anyone interested in joining can contact Janet Saner at (740) 537-4487.
Winners in bridge
Tri-State Duplicate winners in open pairs play on July 12 were: Donna Hill and Carl Hamill, first, and Donna LaPrete and Shirley Roush, second.
Ohio Valley Duplicate winners in open pairs play on July 9 were: Julia Glodowski and Jan Glaub Rainbolt, first; David Tronsgard and Jim Drexler, second; and Donna Hill and Mary Alice Brandt, third.
Never Alone rally
scheduled for Aug. 17
The fourth-annual Never Alone West Virginia rally, themed "Stand Up, Change It," will be held at 4 p.m. Aug. 17 at the Weirton Events Center.
The event will feature 6-year-old drumming prodigy Avery Molek and former University of Pittsburgh football wide receiver Joe DelSardo. The event will include basket drawings, balloon art, food, a 50/50 drawing, mime, balloon launch, face painting, candlelight vigil walk and music by disc jockey NIN.
The rally supports a drug-free community. For information, contact Patti Barnabei at (304) 797-1579.
Club to meet
The Weirton Steel Managment Club will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Monday at Giovanni's Family Restaurant in the banquet room.
All members and former members are invited to attend the dinner and social time.