Senior Scribbles (4-10-19)

HILLSBORO senior center

We will celebrate National Volunteer Week so please thank your volunteers.

And thank our board members, too, as they are all volunteers.

We will have Krista Matlock here on Friday April 12 from Studio 23 dance.

Paul Ship, from Kansas Legal Service will be here on Tuesday, April 16 for health care decision days. Call for an appointment time to speak with him after the noon meal.

We hope you will join us soon for a meal at the center.

If anyone has program ideas let us know.

We are also looking for another sub for our dishwasher and a sub for our cook so we have a couple of people to call in case one of the subs cannot help. Stop by the center for an application and more information.

Have a blessed week.

—Brenda Moss, director

WEDNESDAY, April 10

Spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed salad, italian blend vegetables, garlic bread, fruit, cinnamon rolls, milk

THURSDAY, April 11

Hamburger with bun, potato salad, roll, milk

FRIDAY, April 12

Chicken Parmesan, spaghetti noodles, mixed vegetables, fruit, roll, milk

MONDAY, April 15

Cold turkey salad plate, pasta salad, cucumber and onions, sliced tomatoes, crackers, fruit, milk

TUESDAY, April 16

Smothered chicken, scalloped potatoes, mixed vegetables, fruit, brownies, bread, milk

WEDNESDAY, April 17

Taco Salad, rice, refried beans, fruit, cinnamon rolls, milk

Marion senior center

Three of us spent March 28 in Beloit for mandatory training by the Area Agency on Aging. Sue Clough, Lucille Bitner and I learned the ever changing rules of senior center operations.

Thanks to Connie Fisher for answering the telephone for me and to Teresa Eads for cooking

for Lucille.

Robert and Edie Jores provided cookies for as on April 29.

We welcomed the monthly lunch bunch on April 2. That day Lucille Bitner brought in daffodils for our first flowers of spring.

We now have a box out for comments, suggestions or complaints by our customers.

Shirley Moore provided treats for her birthday on April 3.

Come join us on April 18 for a program by Dr Whitely.

— Janet Bryant, director

WEDNESDAY, April 10

Oven-fried chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, broccoli, fruit, whole wheat roll

THURSDAY, April 11

Polish sausage with a bun, baked beans, sauerkraut, cottage cheese, peach crisp

FRIDAY, April 12

Tuna salad sandwich, tomato wedges,

MONDAY, April 15

Chili, coleslaw, cinnamon roll, peaches, crackers

TUESDAY, April 16

Pork patty with gravy, buttered noodles, pea salad, rosy applesauce, whole wheat roll

WEDNESDAY, April 17

Roast beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, fruit, peanut butter cookie, whole wheat roll

Peabody senior center

April is Volunteer Month. “The heart of a volunteer is not measured in size but by the depth of the commitment to make a difference in the lives of others.”

Easter Brunch will be served at 9 a.m. on Friday, April 19.

We will have an Easter Dinner on April 22. We also want to make this a special day for all the volunteers who have been helping to make our center a success. How about a “thank you” card shower for all of our volunteers,

Tristen Cope, Marion Co. Extension, will be here to lead us with our “Stay Strong, Stay Healthy Strength Training program. We met on Tuesday, April 9 and will meet again on Thursday, April 11. This is one class that has kept us on our toes.

Jean Neufield will do a Lent program this Wednesday, April 10, right after lunch.

Pastor Rick Rehmert, Gracepoint Church, will be here on Wednesday, April 17 to do our last Lent program. Please come and share this time with us, Peabody Methodist Church provides a free soup supper each Wednesday evening at 5:30 pm. They do this every year during Lent, so be sure to stop in. Each week they serve a different soup.

Birthday Dinner will be on Wednesday, April 10, with Sonja at the piano, Rachel giving chair massages and two nurses from Peabody Health and Rehab will also be here to give blood pressure readings.

Dawn Miller “Angels” will be here to do blood pressure readings on Thurs, morning April 11.

We can always use help in the kitchen, so if you can spare two and a half hours, once a week would love to have you come and be a part of our center.

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 (620-983-2226).

— Lou Ann Bowlin, site manager

WEDNESDAY, April 10

Baked chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, fruit, cake, wheat bread, milk

THURSDAY, April 11

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

FRIDAY, April 12

Beef stew, corn bread, fruit, milk

MONDAY, April 15

Chicken enchilada, vegetable, tossed salad, dessert, milk

TUESDAY, April 16

Cheesy ham and potato soup, copper penny salad, crackers, fruit, milk

WEDNESDAY, April 17

Lasagna, tossed salad, garlic bread, fruit, milk