Senior scribbles, April 15, 2015

HILLSBORO SENIOR CENTER

We are celebrating National Volunteer Week on April 12-18 by thanking those who help make the center run smoothly.

Senior Center volunteers serve as board members, kitchen staff, drivers for the Meals on Wheels program and other functions.

We are grateful for everything our volunteers do.

Our thanks, too, for everyone who came to our community breakfast fundraiser Saturday.

We are also having a multi-generational ladies tea and fashion show from 2 to 4 p.m. May 2 by Nancy’s Fashion at the Hillsboro senior center. We have reservations for 60 people, and tickets are available at the Hillsboro Senior center

Haris Zafar will visit at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 15, to provide hearing aid checks.

After the noon meal Wednesday we will play Bingo.

Show ?n Tell is Friday, April 17, at the center. The Mennonite Central Committee sale is April 17-18 at Hutchinson fairgrounds.

The center plans to have games and fellowship Mondays after lunch.

Footcare is Tuesday, April 21, and anyone who would like an appointment time is encouraged to call.

The footcare is through Greenhaw Wellness.

Everyone can join us for a meal at the center. The suggested cost for people 60 and older is $3.15, and for those 59 and younger, $5.

Volunteers are always needed, and anyone who can help will get their meal free that day.

For more information or to volunteer, stop by 212 N. Main St. or call 620-947-2304 between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.

We hope to see you soon.

?Brenda Moss, director

WEDNESDAY, April 15

Beef patty w/onions, seasoned pasta, steamed cabbage w/parsley or alternate of green beans, Jell-O w/fruit, roll, milk.

THURSDAY, April 16

Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, candied carrots, applesauce, frosted Jell-O poke cake, roll, milk.

FRIDAY, April 17

Baked fish or alternate beef cutlet, baked beans, spinach salad, alternate carrots, fresh fruit, roll, milk.

MONDAY, April 20

Beef tips in gravy, buttered noodles, vegetable blend, strawberries & bananas, roll, milk.

TUESDAY, April 21

Green chili chicken casserole, peas & carrots, fresh fruit, sherbet, roll, milk.

WEDNESDAY, April 22

Pork cutlet, brown gravy, mashed potatoes, Brussels sprout or alternate of green beans, apple cobbler, roll, milk.

MARION SENIOR CENTER

We?ve had a week without our head cook, but our own inexperienced help pitched in.

A staff member from the Area Agency in Manhattan came to cook two days, Vickie Kaempfe came in once, the Hillsboro Senior Center cooked us a meal that Sue Clough picked up, and we have a cookout planned. It?s been a learning experience for us all.

My birthday was April 7 and I brought treats for the celebration.

Wanda Williams provided piano music after lunch April 8. She played familiar golden oldies.

Come join us April 22 for a presentation by a LifeTeam representative.

Plan now on April 30 for ?Poem in Your Pocket Day.?

The suggested price for meals is $3.15 for seniors 60 and older, and $5 for anyone 59 and younger.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 620-382-2942, or stop by 309 S. Third St., Marion.

? Janet Bryant, director

WEDNESDAY, April 15

Meatloaf, potato wedges, candied carrots, applesauce, frosted gelatin poked cake, wheat roll, milk.

THURSDAY, April 16

Ham and northern beans, spinach salad, fresh fruit, milk.

FRIDAY, April 17

Vegetable soup, chicken salad sandwich, deviled eggs, pineapple, milk.

MONDAY, April 20

Beef tips, gravy, buttered noodles, vegetable blend, strawberries & bananas, milk.

TUESDAY, April 21

Chicken breast, rice w/mushroom soup, angel food cake w/fruit, peas & carrots, wheat roll, milk.

WEDNESDAY, April 22

Pork cutlet, brown gravy, pinto beans, apple cobbler, sweet potato, wheat roll, milk.

PEABODY SENIOR CENTER

We have a busy spring scheduled, so we hope others can come down to join in the fun and activities.

We will have Ron Traxson, superintendent of USD 398, with us April 15 after lunch. He plans to discuss the local option budget authority.

Bingo is planned for after lunch Thursday, April 16, and as usual the prize basket has plenty of goodies so just stay after lunch and play a few cards of bingo.

The SCMC meeting will be in Tampa on Friday, April 17, and our local business meeting will be held after lunch on April 21.

Dinner with the Doc will be after the midday meal on April 22.

Randolph Whitely, a medical doctor here in Peabody, will present a program concerning health issues pertinent to senior living.

He always has handouts which serve two purposes.

Those include if you need clarification on what you heard and, two if you need to refer to the information at a later date.

We are going to celebrate Cinco de Mayo May 5 here at the center. Dress in your favorite Mexican apparel and enjoy lively fun and Mexican food.

Birthday dinner is Thursday in May and we have some activities planned for then also.

In June we are going to have a fundraiser on Wednesday evening. All the details have not been finalized, but be sure to keep the evening of June 10 open for a meal at the senior center.

We will have hamburgers or hot dogs and live entertainment.

Please join us for a meal or just for a visit by having a cup of coffee and seeing friends.

Our meals on only a suggested donation of $3.15 for seniors 60 and older and all others just pay $5.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 620-983-2226 or come by 106 N Walnut to pay us a visit.

?Ruth Lott, director

WEDNESDAY, April 15

Baked chicken breast, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

THURSDAY, April 16

Ham & beans, cornbread, carrots, celery, tropical fruit, milk.

FRIDAY, April 17

Goulash, corn, wheat roll, fruit, milk.

MONDAY, April 20

Homemade chicken & noodles, broccoli, fruit, milk, wheat bread.

TUESDAY, April 21

Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

WEDNESDAY, April 22

Ham, baked potato, corn, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

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