FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
OF WOODBURY HEIGHTS
Fellowship



April Prime Timers Meeting
Prime Timers Visit the "MONARCH"
     Thirteen Prime Timers enjoyed visiting the Monarch Diner in Glassboro for lunch on April 8. Several had previously eaten there and reported to the group that the diner was under new ownership and seemed well-managed, offering good service, good food and fair pricing. All who attended felt they were treated royally. 
     Conversation at the table was pleasant and many commented on the wonderful celebration held to honor the pending retirement of Rev. John Shedwick. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Carolyn Ronketty and a "Belated Birthday" sung to Jesse Butler. Next month the group will have a pizza party in the Lounge. June will see the group traveling to Ephrata, Pa. to visit The Cloisters. More details about this trip will be decided at the May meeting in the Lounge. As always, any member who has retired is welcome to join this group. Paul and Judy Milio are the leaders of the group currently.

                                                                                    Submitted by Janet Koehler



Primetimers Enjoy Pizza Party
The Prime Timers held their May meeting in the Lounge on Monday, May 13. They enjoyed delicious pizza from La Sicilia, ordered and delivered by Carol Martino.
The table was appropriately covered with a red checked cover and adorned with a grapevine runner. Beverage and a variety of desserts rounded out the mid day meal. Paul Milio said grace, and lunch was enjoyed. 
Judy Milio opened the meeting and the Minutes were read by Esther Culbert. The visit to the Cloisters in Ephrata has been cancelled. It was decided that the group will go to the Riverwinds for their June meeting. Three members had birthdays this month: Barbara Daugherty, Richard Daugherty, and Pat McDonnell. Pat was the only honoree present, so the group sang to her. The members thanked all who help make these times of fellowship so pleasant - the callers, the hosts, the officers and the good will of each participant. 
The Prime Timers currently has 22 members who meet every month on the second Monday at noon for informal Christian fellowship. While many are physically limited, every one of them is faithful to their church and spiritually strong. They care about each other and for each other. If you are retired and wish to become a part of this dedicated group, speak to Judy Milio, Jesse Butler, or Esther Culbert.     
                                                                Submitted by Janet Koehler