Warwick Seniors Board of Directors sworn in


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  • Photo by Roger Gavan On Wednesday, Feb. 1, Vincent Poloniak, senior liaison for all senior groups within the Town of Warwick, officiated at the swearing in of the new officers: From left, President Marie Sisti, Vice President Brenda Van Orden, Secretary Mary Lou Carbone and Treasurer Ruth Langlitz.



WARWICK — The Warwick Valley Seniors Club has a new Board of Directors.

On Wednesday, Feb. 1, Vincent Poloniak, senior liaison for all senior groups within the Town of Warwick, officiated at the swearing in of the new officers: President Marie Sisti, Vice President Brenda Van Orden, Secretary Mary Lou Carbone and Treasurer Ruth Langlitz.

Poloniak had prepared an Oath of Office, which included swearing support for the Constitutions of the United States and the State of New York as well as that of the Warwick Valley Seniors.

The current spacious and modern facility that is the Warwick Senior Center, adjacent to the Town Hall on Kings Highway, first opened in June 2005. Before that seniors met every Wednesday in the basement of the Town Hall.

Although it was formed as The Warwick Valley Senior Citizens, Inc. in 1968, the earliest records of activities are from 1970 when there were only 14 members and the group met in Christ Church.

Today there are 80 members.

The members, who must be age 60 or over, meet every Wednesday. The advantage of membership includes taking trips together and enjoying entertainment and informative guest speakers.

After March, for example, they will begin scheduling trips to casinos.

"We also have Bingo on the fourth Wednesday of every month," said Marie Sisti, the new president of the Senior Citizens, "and that is also open to the public."

Anyone interested in joining or wanting additional information can call Sisti at 986-9113.

- Roger Gavan


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