Senior Scribbles (9-18-19)

HILLSBORO senior center

This week we will have our sing a long on Thursday, September 19.

The Arts and Crafts Fair is on Saturday, September 21. We are doing a fundraiser for parking of $5.00 at our north parking lot for that day. We are not doing a meal so the center will not be open. But if you like to park closer, you can pay $5.00 to help support our center.

Autumn begins on Monday, September 23. We hope for cooler weather soon.

We are looking for more volunteers to help at our center call for more information at 620-947-2304.

We also want to thank all our wonderful volunteers that help now and our meals on wheels drivers and our board for all your help and support to our center.

If anyone has a program idea let us know.

—Brenda Moss, director

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 18

Turkey & swiss cheese on a bun, pea salad, potato salad, fruit, cinnamon rolls, milk.

THURSDAY, Sept. 19

Pizza, tossed salad, cottage cheese, peaches, cucumbers & onions, milk.

FRIDAY, Sept. 20

Parmesan, encrusted fish, alt: little smokies, roasted red, potatoes, green beans, fruit, cornbread, milk.

MONDAY, Sept. 23

Open face pork patty on a biscuit, potato 0’brien, sliced tomato, fruit, milk.

TUESDAY, Sept. 24

Pasta sausage bake, broccoli & cauliflower, cucumber & tomato salad, fruit, milk.

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 25

Chicken & noodle, pickled beets, carrots, fruit, cinnamon rolls, milk.

Marion senior center

I decided not to submit a write up last week because our only happening was being without power on August 30. We served meals by making sandwiches and having a salad.

This past week Shirley Bowers brought a flowers called digitalis.

We appreciate everyone who brings us produce; tomatoes and cucumbers especially.

Harlow’s Grilled Burgers are back after a two month absence. Harlow grilled on September 11 and will do so again on the 25th.

We welcomed Jean Pierce coming in to eat. She now resides at Marion Assisted Living.

Trayce Warner, a candidate for county commissioner spoke to us on Sept 11.

Come join us on Sept 25 for a program by Angels Care. The topic is understanding Alzheimers and Dementia.

— Janet Bryant, director

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 18

Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, creamed peas, strawberries and bananas, whole wheat roll.

THURSDAY, Sept. 19

Beef patty w/ onions, baked potato, harvard beets, diced pears, peanut butter cookie, whole wheat roll.

FRIDAY, Sept. 20

Tuna salad sandwich, potato wedges, spinach salad, pineapple tidbits.

MONDAY, Sept. 23

Polish sausage/bun, baked beans, sauerkraut, cottage cheese, peach crisp.

TUESDAY, Sept. 24

Chicken tenders, old fashioned scalloped corn, coleslaw, amish applesauce cake, peaches, whole wheat roll.

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 25

Harlow’s grilled hamburgers, potato salad, baked beans, lettuce/onion/tomato, cookie and vanilla pudding.

Peabody senior center

Our center will be hosting the SCMC meeting on Friday, Sept 20. We look forward to seeing every one that attends and to sharing a meal after the meeting.

Jaime Garcia, Angels, was here last Thursday. She brought a gentleman, John, with her who will be replacing her as she will be serving a different area. John presented a very informative program on falling and ways to set up your home for safety.

Jaime finished the program by showing us how to get up off the floor either by using a chair or just getting into a position to get up without using a chair. We appreciate the many visits Jaime did for us and all the Blood Pressure Readings she has taken.

John will be doing a program in October on Medicine Management, and he will have a nurse with him to take blood pressure for anyone who comes in to the center.

Marion County Health Department will be giving Flu shots at the Peabody Senior Center on Tuesday, Oct 1. They will start at 11 a.m. and stay till all shots are given. If interested, let the Peabody Senior Center put your name on a list for the shot. You can just come in, don’t need an appointment. They will bill BCBS, most major insurance coverages, Medicare, State KanCare insurances and also accept cash and checks.

Don’t forget you can get the Free Press at Peabody Market and CK Pharmacy,

Stop by and have a cup of coffee with us. 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, Sept 18

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

THURSDAY, Sept 19

Turkey and Swiss cheese sandwich with lettuce, tomato and onion, potato salad, fruit, milk

FRIDAY, Sept 20

Roast pork, gravy, mashed sweet potatoes, vegetable, wheat roll, milk, fruit, dessert

MONDAY, Sept 23

Mexican casserole, corn, tossed salad, fruit, milk

TUESDAY, Sept 24

BBQ chicken, macaroni salad, vegetable, wheat roll, milk

WEDNESDAY, Sept 25

Meatloaf, baked potato, vegetable, blueberry muffin, wheat bread, milk