A video, ?5 Minutes to Home Safety,? will be shown at the Senior Center after lunch on Jan. 14. In the video, Sherlock Holmes points problems in keeping a home safe.
The center will be closed Monday, Jan. 17, in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
On Jan. 18, ?A Home for a Lifetime? program will be presented by the extension service after the meal. The program shows how to make small changes that will allow people to stay in their homes as long as possible.
A number of activities are planned for Wednesday, Jan. 19.
Mary McFadden will be available for foot care beginning at 9 a.m. Senior Center post office is available at 11 a.m., at 11:15 Dr. Zafar will visit and the program following the covered dish lunch will be ?Musical Moods,? given by Brenda Jordan.
The following volunteered their time at the Senior Center the last two weeks.
Kitchen – Gladys Jantz, Rose Hatcher, Andrea Fiedler, Irma Koop, Irma Groening, Judy Malin, Lydia Pankratz, Esther Pankratz, Mariann Unruh, Nellie Jost, Vi Suderman, Mildred Harding, Velda Hiebert and Fern Unruh.
Meal drivers – Velber Bevan, Lonn Richards, Harold Jost and Harold Pankratz.
FISH transportation – Eldon Knak, Liz Ryding, Irene Seibel, Lydia Pankratz, Dave Classen and Helen Fadenrecht.
Jan. 12: minestrone soup, strawberry/ banana jello, crackers, cornbread, baked custard.
Jan. 13: parmesan chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, broccoli/cauliflower salad, whole wheat roll, angel food cake.
Jan. 14: lasagna, tossed salad, whole wheat bread, apricots, garlic bread.
Jan. 17: closed for Martin Luther King Day.
Jan. 18: liver and onion or smothered steak, potato wedges, broccoli normandy, cinnamon roll, strawberry short cake.
Jan. 19: covered dish.