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    WEIRTON - The Greater Weirton Chapter No. 2788 of AARP held its September meeting at he Holiday Inn.
    Agnes Parlor, acting president, welcomed members and two guests, Leo Parks and Dick Bailey. There were 55 in attendance.
    The invocation was given by Myrtle Flowers.
    Parlor introduced Gary DuFour, Weirton city manager, who spoke about the problems the city is facing.
    Members asked several questions about video lottery, parking problems and street paving.
    Harvey Wise, membership chairman, reported a membership of 189.
    Roy Brown, legislative chairman, spoke on fraud. He said there was Medicare fraud amounting to $14,000,000 last year. Brown spoke about long-term care and Medicare and reported on a workshop he attended.
    Helen Carpini, nominations chaiman, announced that the chapter is in need of officers.
    Carpini also spoke on several trips, including those to Myrtle Beach, Seven Springs, Smokey Mountains and Washington, D.C.
    September birthdays were recognized.
    Carpini won the 50-50 drawing, and Lois Allen won the free dinner.
    Parlor closed the meeting with the reading, ŅI Know.

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