Hollis Seniors





Hollis Seniors Newsletter

52 Nevins Road

Hollis, NH  03049


President: Honi Glover


Email: Honiglover at TDS dot net

Vice President: Donna Wardlow 


Email: donnamlfrd at yahoo dot com

Secretary: Bob Fiero 


Email: Bob_fiero55 at yahoo dot com

Treasurer: Basil Mason 



Editor/Photographer: Andy Seremeth


Email: Aseremeth at aol dot com

Programs:  Pam Arpin 465-7857 Email: happyhollis3 at gmail dot com

Hollis Seniors meet every Thursday at the Lawrence Barn Community Center.  Gathering starts at 11 AM and Meals on Wheels is usually brought in at noon.  A program usually follows the meal or members stay and socialize, playing games of their choice. 

Hollis Seniors web site: www.Hollisseniors.org

Email group: Hollisseniors@yahoogroups.com


May 2013


Say Hello to our new members:  Richard and Jane Nichols, and Paul and Peggy Van Blarigan.  Welcome!


We have decided to publish the minutes of our monthly meetings. In the essence of brevity, we will publish a synopsis of the monthly meetings. Detailed minutes can be obtained from our Secretary, Bob Fiero. 


Minutes of 25 April. 

Meeting opened at 12:50PM with invocation and Pledge of Allegiance.  Minutes of March meeting read and approved. Treasurer’s report read and approved.  Activities Chair Pam Arpin reviewed several programs for future use.  Participation in the upcoming Hollis Old Home Day was discussed.  Approval to hold our Seniors Picnic, here at the Barn on 27 June 2013, was approved.  Watch for additional information.  Attendees were reminded that the expired drug return program would be held at the Hollis Police Station on 27 Apr 2013.  Additional discussion was held concerning paving the Barn parking lots.  Members discussed the possibility of expanding new activities.  Meeting adjourned at 1:20PM


We opened our April program with a presentation by Dr. Dagianis from Nashua Eye.  Dr. Dagianis discussed various eye diseases that seniors may exhibit, ranging from wet and dry macular degeneration to the latest in cataract surgery.   Dr. Dagianis also answered various written questions that the members had prepared beforehand.  This was a most informative program.  


At our next meeting, Honi Glover talked about her experiences as a young girl growing up in Hollis.  A wonderful history lesson.  And in between our Thursday meetings, a group of seniors were invited to a tour of our state house, courtesy of Jim Belanger, our State Representative. 


At our 3rd meeting, we were serenaded by the HBMS jazz group, the Knight Jazz.  What a wonderful group of young musicians, all directed by Bill Hinkle the HBMS music director.  Music ranged from the big band era to modern jazz.  It was so lively; several members got up and danced. 


Activities for the month of May:


-          2 May:  Joe Caufield Esq., Magician and magical tricks

-          9 May:  Clowning around with Cherrie and Corkey

-          16 May: Sandy, from the Hollis Fire and Rescue to show CPR and using the AED.

-          23 May:  Basil Mason and the History of Hollis

-          30 May:  Business meeting AND the Hollis-Brookline Chorus


May Birthdays: Rita DiClemente, Phyllis Houle, and John Ogrodowczyk. If we forgot someone, it is because you didn’t provide your birth month to our database.  See Bob Fiero.



1.      We have a business meeting the last Thursday of every month (except Thanksgiving).  Be sure to attend. 

2.      The SVTC bus service has gotten better.  If you have any questions, call Nashua transportation at 880-0100 Ext 1.  And you can visit the SVTC web site at www.SouheganRides.org.  And if you have not registered with the “blue bus”, please do so by calling the above number.

3.      Senior notification.  The Hollis communication center has a procedure in place by which seniors can be registered for Health and Welfare phone calls.  Forms to register for this service are available from the Communications Center.


Future Senior Activities of interest.

1.      How about having a TV weather person come and speak to us?

2.      We are working on a trip to the Apple store at Pheasant Lane mall to get some “hands on experience” of the latest technology?  No cost.  And then maybe lunch at some of the new restaurants located there? 


Let me know your suggestions,



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