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Meeting Agendas:

Special Meeting

Senior Citizen’s Board Meeting

Tuesday, August 8th, 2006

2:00 p.m.

The Spencer Senior Citizen’s Board will convene a Special Meeting at 2:00 p.m.

Tuesday, August 8th 2006

at Spencer City Hall at 8200 N.E. 36th Street, Spencer, Oklahoma.

PLEASE NOTIFY SPENCER CITY HALL AT (405) 771-3226 no later than 2:00 p.m., Monday, August 7th, 2006 IF YOU DESIRE A SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER AT THIS MEETING.

AGENDA

Item No.

  1. Call to Order.
  2. Roll call and declaration that a quorum is present.
  3. Flag Salute and Invocation.
  4. Discussion and action on the appointment of new members to the Senior Citizen’s Board.  
  5. Remarks and Comments by the Members.
  6. Adjournment.

Posted Spencer City Hall August 4, 2006

Spencer City Manager, Nicole Mukes.

 

 

 



 
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Meeting Minutes:

City of Spencer

Special Meeting

Senior Citizen’s Board Meeting

Tuesday, August 8th, 2006

2:00 p.m.

 

Pursuant to legal notice required by the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act, including posting of an agenda as required by the terms, thereof, the Spencer City Council met in regular session at Spencer City Hall, located at 8200 NE 36th Street, Spencer, Oklahoma on August 8, 2006.

 

Minutes

 

Item No.

  1. Call to Order.

            The meeting was called to order at 2:06 P.M. by Earl Syth.

 

  1. Roll call and declaration that a quorum is present.

            Hazel Sherman         Present

            Earline Jones             Present

            Earl Syth                    Present

            Roy Brown                Absent

 

  1. Flag Salute and Invocation.

            Invocation and flag salute was led by Earl Syth.

           

  1. Discussion and action on the appointment of new members to the Senior Citizen’s Board.  

            There is only 1 opening with 2 prospective candidates:  Rufus Biggs and

            Geraldine Nichols, both were present. 

            Hazel Sherman made the suggestion that a man hold the position and

            recommended Rufus Biggs. 

            Motion made by Hazel Sherman, no second

            Ayes:  Hazel Sherman, Earline Jones, Earl Syth

            Nays:  None

            Motion passed

           

  1. Remarks and Comments by the Members.

            Tonni Canaday requested a list of repairs needing to be made at the center.  Earl Syth reported that Antwine (who does the repair work   at the center) does not charge.

            Gravel and picnic table were donated, but need more gravel.

            Eating attendance has dropped, more adults are needed.

 

            Tonni asked why was meeting held at City Hall instead of at the Senior Center?  Has the center given authority over to City Hall?  The board

            stated they would rather have meetings at the center, it is more convenient.

           

            They will possibly seek advice from City Attorney on the City’s  involvement.

           

  1. Adjournment.

            Meeting adjourned at 2:45 P.M.

 

Respectfully submitted,

Tonya Lancaster

City Clerk

 


 
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What the Senior Center Has to Offer:
 

Senior Center Activities and Meals

The Spencer Senior Citizen's Center is a community facility that is dedicated to the enjoyment of the senior population of the City of Spencer. The Senior Center currently offers activities including: Hot Meals, Games, Health Checks, Good Conversation and Transportation. Hot meals are provided in a social setting, through the Senior Nutrition Program. For those who are unable to join at the center for a meal, homebound delivery is also available. Coffee and snacks are offered during the morning hours when games such as dominoes and bingo are played. FREE blood pressure/blood sugar checks are offered on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. In addition the Center offers a Ride Program to assist in transportation to and from the Center. On Tuesdays and Thursdays transportation is available to local shopping centers including Wal-Mart, Crest and the Dollar Store. The Nutrition Program is available to anyone 60+ years of age. No income criteria or Membership Fees required. An “Older Americans Act Assessment Form” is necessary to determine nutritional health. Donations of $1.50 are accepted and appreciated. For more information please contact the Senior Center at 771-5354 Monday—Friday before 1 p.m.

 


 
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