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Seated, from left, are Club President Tom Croce and guest speaker Bob Cudmore. Standing in back is Activities Chair Barbara Crose.

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Cudmore speaks to Senior Citizen Saints

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - Updated: 10:34 PM

ST. JOHNSVILLE -- Bob Cudmore, author, radio personality and newspaper columnist was guest speaker at the St. Johnsville Senior Citizen Saints meeting on Wednesday, April 16. 

His "Focus on History" articles appear weekly in the Schenectady Gazette, the "Bob Cudmore Show" broadcasts daily on WVTL and he has authored several books.

Cudmore's writings are based largely on people and events in Fulton and Montgomery counties. Among the topics discussed were the Amsterdam carpet mills, Sandler family and horse racing, and the Mohawk Mills Chorus.

The meeting, led by President Tom Croce and attended by 50 members and three guests, followed a luncheon. Easter favors were presented to everyone in attendance.

The 50/50 raffle prize was awarded to Ernie Gee.

There was a final sign up for the Wednesday, April 30 pizza party at Lombardos.

Activities Chair Barbara Croce displayed the club's completed theme basket, which will be donated to the Margaret Reaney Memorial Library fundraiser "Flapjacks and Fairy Tales" to be held Sunday, May 4 at the H.C. Smith Benefit Club.

The next meeting of the St. Johnsville Senior Citizen Saints will be held at Lombardos on Wed., April 30, at 1 p.m.

     

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