Senior Scribbles (10-17-18)

HILLSBORO senior center

On Tuesday, Oct. 16, we have our chief of police Dan Kining coming to talk after lunch.

On Wednesday, Oct. 17, we will have Dr. Zafar here at 11 a.m. for hearing aid checks.

On Thursday, Oct. 18, we will have sing a long after the noon meal.

We will have flu shots from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Thursday, Oct 25. Hillsboro Hometown Pharmacy will be giving them at the center.

We are needing volunteers so please let us know if you can help.

We also are looking for new program ideas, too. Call 620-947-2304 to let us know if you have any.

We also want to remind you in these upcoming winter months that if the school is closed the senior center will close, too. We will have that on the 3 news channels for you.

We have meal tickets you can purchase. They make a great gift idea.

Thank you everyone for your support to our Senior Center.

—Brenda Moss, director

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17

Pizza, tossed salad, fruit, cinnamon rolls, milk

THURSDAY, Oct. 18

Polish sausage, kraut on bun, mashed potatoes, cottage cheese, fruit, milk

FRIDAY, Oct. 19

Fish or riblettes, chips, scalloped corn, tossed salad, fruit, milk

MONDAY, Oct. 22

Breakfast burrito, hashbrowns, tomato wedge, fruit, milk

TUESDAY, Oct. 23

Beef and noodles, grilled cheese sandwich, fruit, crackers, milk

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 24

Meatballs, red skin potatoes, corn, fruit, bread, milk

Marion senior center

We’re getting into the season of soup and chili weather. Check out menu in this newspaper for bean soup and corn bread, chili and cinnamon rolls.

On Oct. 5, Connie Fisher brought treats given by the Marion County Health Office personnel for her Oct. 9 birthday.

Our program on Oct. 10 was given by new Marion city commissioner Susan Gray. She’s quite involved in the community as well.

We will be needing two meals on wheels drivers beginning in November. Its a satisfying volunteer job that takes less than an hour. Mileage is reimbursed. Call Janet at 620-382-2942.

— Janet Bryant, director

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17

Smothered Pork Chop, Apple Glazed, Sweet Potato, Harvard Beets, Mixed Fruit, Whole Wheat Roll

THURSDAY, Oct. 18

Spiral Baked Ham, Sweet Potato Casserole, Green Beans, Apple Cabbage Salad, Mandarin Orange pineapple Cake, Whole Wheat Roll

FRIDAY, Oct. 19

Oven Fried Fish, Macaroni & Cheese, Carrots, Applesauce, Pumpkin Squares, Whole Wheat Roll

MONDAY, Oct. 22

Pork Cutlet w/Gravy, Cooked Cabbage, Mashed potatoes, Applesauce, Whole Wheat Roll

TUESDAY, Oct. 23

Chili, Crackers, Cole Slaw, Peaches, Cinnamon Roll

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 24

Creamy Turkey Bake, Roasted Red Potatoes, Mixed Veggies, Apple Cobbler, Whole Wheat Roll

Peabody senior center

Peppernut baking season has begin with the first session under our belt. Don’t forget we still have more days of baking on Monday, Oct. 22, Thursday, October 25 and Monday, Oct. 29. Next week we’ll list the dates in November for baking peppernuts.

Thank you so much volunteers for all your hard work. We can always use your help, so if you can spare a couple hours, come to the center and we will put you to work. It takes many hands to make this project a success.

On Tuesday, Oct. 23, we will have Bingo with Shaun Copeland.

On Thursday, Oct. 25, Peggy Goertzen will be coming to our center and give a program on “The Prisoners of War”. Peabody had several prisoners held here, and they would work for farmers during the day and then come back to the Heckondorn building at night. Please take the time to help collect your memories and share them with us.

Gayla Ratzlaff is scheduled to come to Peabody from 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. on Oct. 25. You can call us and schedule an appointment with her.

Don’t forget on Oct 31 is Halloween and our special dinner. Wear a costume and get a treat. The Center will also take part in “Trunk or Treat” starting at 5 p.m. Be sure to come, can’t wait to see your costumes.

We can still use volunteers, so if you can spare one day a week, 2 1/2 hours, would be awesome. You do make a difference!

Come on by and have lunch with us. October menus are now available.

Meals are $3.50 for 60+ and $5.25 for 59 and under. Be sure to call and make a reservation.

Take advantage of our Meals on Wheels program, please call for information at 620-983-226.

— Lou Ann Bowlin, site

manager

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17

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

THURSDAY, Oct. 18

Chicken enchilada casserole, pinto beans, fruit dessert, milk

FRIDAY, Oct. 19

Fish, diced potatoes, fruit, wheat bread, milk

MONDAY, Oct. 22

Scalloped potatoes with ham, vegetable, fruit, wheat bread, milk

TUESDAY, Oct. 23

Hamburger on bun with lettuce, tomato and onion, potato wedges, coleslaw, fruit, milk

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 24

Lasagna, garlic bread, salad, fruit, milk.

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