The Keenagers, Pryor First Baptist Church’s Senior Adult group, met Dec. 18, for their regular meeting. Vice President Mary Ann Strawhun called the group to order and Chaplain Nelson Devers asked the blessing. Forty-five people shared a potluck meal.
Following the meal, the group enjoyed music from Adair’s Dan Willcutt, accompanied by FBC’s Beverly Fitch. They did several standard Christmas songs like “Frosty,” “Rudolph,” “Silver Bells,” “Silent Night,” as well as a more recent ‘classic,’ “Mary, Did You Know?”
After the program, there was a brief business meeting. New officers were selected. The 2013 officers of the Keenager group are President Annette Statham, Vice President Mary Ann Strawhun, Secretary-Treasurer Betty Bergman, Reporter-Publicity Betty Devers, Historian Judy Davis, Decorating Committee Deloris Devers and Betty Devers, Pianist Gail Ince, and Chaplain Nelson Devers.
The group leaders again are Joy and Paul Mobley, Frances and Bob Clapper, and Bonnie and Gerry Ritter. The staff liaison is Jim Bryant who is the Minister of Worship and of Senior Adult Ministries.
On Dec. 8, 40 Keenagers and their guests traveled to Miami. They dined at Montana Mike’s and then enjoyed a presentation of “Big Band Christmas” at the Coleman Theatre. Pryor FBC’s Judy Lester participated in the program which was given by the Tulsa Praise Orchestra and Chorus.
The group will meet Jan. 15, 2013, for the regular potluck meal.
Keenagers and their guests enjoying the December meeting included Joy and Paul Mobley, Sigrid and LeRoy Charles, Cecil Jackson, Candy and Terry McBride, Annette and Paul Statham, Lois Stevens, Esther Ward, Frances and Bob Clapper, Charlene and Joe Arric, Betty Bergman, Dr. Mike Cox, Betty Devers, Deloris and Nelson Devers, Beverly Fitch, Jim Hawkins, Gail Ince, Linda Jaggars, Eva Koscheski, Wanda Long, Mary Strawhun, Bonnie and Gerry Ritter, Duane Anderson, Inez Cowan, Freeda and Raymond Jarboe, Diane Mason, Sue and Glenn Trimble, Bucky Nave, Barbara and Kirby Carpenter, Paulette Silkey, Janice Barbour, Rosa Bozard, George Tipton, and Dannie and Dan Willcutt.