'Geezers go wild' at Brady Lake party

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Despite the rain, "Geezers Gone Wild Senior Nite" turned out to be a big success.

The event was recently held at the Brady Lake ball field pavilion.

There were 85 items in the Chinese auction and the members of the Brady Lake Women's Club expressed their gratitude to all the businesses and patrons who donated items.

Steve Snowberger was master of ceremonies for the evening, spinning tunes from the '50s through the '80s for dancing under the pavilion.

There was a 50/50 raffle, a "Booty Booze" basket raffle, jewelry table and a wide array of food for the potluck dinner.

This is an annual event where every year seniors come out and enjoy an evening of fun. The Women's Club also thanked the volunteer Brady Lake patrolman who stayed during the event.

The Women's Club donates to many organizations and this year gave a scholarship to a student at Theodore Roosevelt High School in Kent.

The group is open to new members. Those interested should call Joan Bellis at 330-677-2352.

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Enjoying the "Geezers Gone Wild Senior Nite" are, from left, Linda and Rich Carl, Tom Horvath, Sue Gray, Dana Moon and Paul Herman.

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Among those in attendance at the Senior Nite event held at the Brady Lake ball field pavilion are seated, John Wise and Sandy Brothers, and standing, Gary and Karen Cross.

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