Senior Scribbles – by Connee Willis

Commodities are available at the Senior Center. Income guidelines apply for acceptance of the goods.

Dr. Reeh will speak after lunch at the center on March 16 on the topic ?Skin Cancer.? Mary McFadden also will be available, beginning at 9 a.m., for foot care and blood pressure.

An Irish meal is planned at the center for noon, March 17. Corned beef and cabbage or a choice of baked fish is the entree. Men?s coffee is on the schedule for 2:30 p.m.

On March 22, ?A Memory for Tino? will be the movie shown after the meal. In the movie, a senior citizen becomes important to a needy boy.

Tax help resumes at the center at 1 p.m., March 28. In addition to the Tuesdays and Fridays scheduled for tax help, April 5 and 12, from 1 to 4 p.m. have been scheduled.

The following volunteered at the Senior Center last week.

Kitchen – Gladys Jantz, Velda Hiebert, Irma Groening, Irma Koop, Judy Malin, Nellie Jost, Hilda Ratzloff, Mariann Unruh and Darlene Matz.

Meal drivers – Wilbur Hanneman and Harold Jost.

FISH transportation – Eldon Knak, Sam Ratzloff, Gladys Schmidt and Malinda Suderman.


March 15: Covered dish.

March 16: Hot beef sandwich, mashed potatoes/gravy, cauliflower au gratin, cherry crisp.

March 17: Corned beef/cabbage/potatoes or baked fish/parsley potatoes/carrots, rye roll, pistachio delight.

March 20: Lasagna, tossed salad, garlic bread, apricots.

March 21: Salmon loaf, herbed potatoes, spinach or peas, whole wheat roll, ambrosia.

March 22: Minestrone soup, crackers, coleslaw, corn bread, strawberry/banana jello.

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