Kiwanis July 15 Meeting Program: The Chatham Borough Police spoke about "Drugs in the Chatham Area, What to Look Out For"
The Chatham area does not have a major problem with drug usage; however, it is a serious situation which requires vigilance and preventive activities in the community. The speakers gave a comprehensive overview of the present situation, including a description of the types of drugs.
After an active question and answer period, the audience applauded the fine work of the speakers and the entire Chatham Police Department.
Last February, she visited the Morse Museum in Winter Park Florida, where she viewed an extensive display of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) artwork. Tiffany was an American artist and designer who worked in the decorative arts and is best known for his work with stained glass.
Marilyn presented a delightful slide show showing many pieces of beautiful art. She took the audience through the creative life of Tiffany which included many intriguing stories. Everyone enthusiastically applauded the educational and entertaining program.
The marchers pose on Ogden St. while they waited for the starting signal.
Then the train came by - so did marchers and spectators.
The Chatham Band waits on their float.
Thank you Coviello for providing the float again this year!
We greeted the clowns as we marched by on Hillside.
Mal greeted Pat along Main Street.
The crowds along Main Street cheered the Lady Liberty float. Thank you Chatham Main for supplying the truck for the float again this year. The rain held off until a half hour after the parade was over.
Ron got into the picture, taken by Karen. It was nice to sit for a few minutes.
The decorated float looked very nice with the plants donated by Coviellos of Madison. Humidity was really high.