Emily Berry, left, of M C Bank informed St. Mary AARP members at the organizations March meeting about an “ABA Safe Banking for Seniors — Avoiding Scams” seminar set by the bank for March 25. With her is St. Mary AARP President Faye Smith.
—Gordon Smith photos
Urgent Care of Morgan City was the St. Mary AARP meeting and meal sponsor for March. From left are Urgent Care’s Gabe Beadle, PA-C, MMS, and St. Mary AARP President Faye Smith.
Birthday and anniversary celebrants were recognized at the March 11 St. Mary AARP meeting. The next meeting is April 1.
St. Mary AARP holds March meeting
St. Mary Parish AARP Chapter 4435 held its monthly meeting on March 11 at the St. Mary Senior Citizens Center, home of St. Mary AARP, in Morgan City. Prior to the meeting, members and guests were entertained with dance music from 4-5:30 p.m. followed by bingo.
The meeting and meal sponsor was Urgent Care of Morgan City. Attendees were served a meal of white beans, smoked sausage, salad, bread and birthday cake. The meal was prepared by Pat Fryer and Mary Lee Gaudet.
Gabe Beadle, PA-C, MMS, from Urgent Care of Morgan City, discussed the special health precautions necessary during the current flu and virus season. He also thanked the community for its overwhelming support of Urgent Care of Morgan City, helping the business grow during the six years it has been in existence.
Emily Berry of M C Bank spoke to the membership about the upcoming “ABA Safe Banking for Seniors —Avoiding Scams” seminar, which is being conducted by the bank on March 25.
St. Mary AARP President Faye Smith introduced the 2019 St. Mary AARP Mardi Gras King and Queen XXXI, Harry “Put” Rebardie and Lillian Rebardie, who were crowned at the Feb. 23 Mardi Gras ball.
Birthday and anniversary celebrants were recognized at the meeting. The birthday cake was donated by M C Bank.
The next St. Mary AARP monthly meeting and meal will be held on April 1.