Senior Scribbles (Feb. 19, 2014)

hillsboro senior center

Good meals and a variety of programs are available at the center.

For those wanting hearing aid checks, Haris Zafar of Wichita will be here at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19.

Randy Frank, director of Marion County Emergency Management, will visit the center Friday, Feb. 21.

Australian Sky &?Weather?s Clyve Herbert and Jane ONeill, currently based in Hillsboro during the storm chasing season, will be here Feb. 25 to show their fall and winter photos.

Our birthday dinner celebrating February birthdays is also Feb. 25. We hope others can join us for this dinner or sometime in the near future.

We will get our March menus out soon.

As always, we thank everyone for supporting the center.

We are located at 212 N. Main St., or call 620-947-2304.

?Brenda Moss, director


Beef stroganoff over noodles, mixed vegetables, Jell-O with fruit, bread, milk.


Pork patty, cream gravy, mixed fruit cup, biscuit, milk.

FRIDAY, Feb. 21

Sausage pizza, romaine salad, pineapple, milk.

MONDAY, Feb. 24

Pasta & meatballs in sauce, peas, banana, chocolate cake, bread, milk.

TUESDAY, Feb. 25

Oven-fried chicken, sour cream and chives mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, fruited pudding, bread, milk


Baked pork chop, baked sweet potatoes, green beans, Jell-O w/fruit, frosted grahams, bread, milk.

Marion senior center

It?s good to be back all week after two days of being closed because of weather.

Please remember the center?s policy is that whenever Marion schools close, the center closes, too. Watch television for news of closings.

We had a program Feb. 6 on what to do in a fire situation, and also how to prevent falls.

This week we had a program given by Mandy Smith of Resource Center for Independent Living.

Her area of expertise is helping people cope with low vision so they can stay in their home.

Come join us for lunch Feb. 26. The musical program following lunch will be given by Richard Dirks.

For more information or lunch reservation, call 620-382-2942 by 9 a.m. the day of the meal. We are located at 309 S. Third St.

? Janet Bryant, director


Meatloaf, gravy, baked potatoes, stewed tomatoes, fruit, whole wheat rolls, milk.


Oven-fried fish, scalloped potatoes, green beans, garlic toast, cherry cobbler, milk.

FRIDAY, Feb. 21

Barbecued pork on bun, celery sticks w/cheese spread, potluck fruit & dessert, milk.

MONDAY, Feb. 24

Oven-fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, cabbage w/parsley, fruit salad, whole wheat rolls, milk.

TUESDAY, Feb. 25

Ham and beans, spinach salad, cornbread, banana bread, milk.


Hamloaf, sweet potatoes, green beans, ambrosia salad, whole wheat rolls, milk.

PEABODY senior center

Small crocus and daffodils are beginning to peak out from the ground announcing spring will soon be here.

The senior center is planning a fundraiser in March to help with the continuing expenses that keep us going.

We will have a breakfast from 7:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. Saturday, March 15, to include biscuits and gravy, cinnamon roll, and fruit.

It will be a come-and-go event and the cost is by donation. Reservations aren?t needed.

Please come enjoy breakfast with your friends, neighbors and family.

Annual Lenten services start after the noon meal Wednesday, March 5.

Please plan to join us during this inspirational time leading up to Easter.

Each Wednesday throughout Lent we will have a guest pastor or spiritual leader from the community to give a devotion. Please mark your calendar.

Bingo is Thursday, Feb. 20, immediately following lunch. No need to bring anything for the prize basket, we still have a supply of things.

Dinner with the Doctor is Feb. 26 featuring Randolph Whitely, medical doctor, who will make a house call to help us with suggestions for senior health and living.

Please make plans to join us now that the weather is warmer.

We have missed you and want you to come back.

Reservations should be made the day before and if it is after hours, please leave a message on the answering service.

Meals are a suggested donation of $3.15 if you are 60 and over, and $5 for those under 60. Either way it?s a good value.

We also have the option of meals to go for those who can?t stay for lunch at the center.

Meals can be picked up at either 10:45 a.m. or noon. Please let us know your preference when you call.

We are located at 106 N. Walnut and our phone number is 620-983-2226.

?Ruth Lott, director


Depression Glass program: Swiss steak, potatoes, vegetables, fruit, wheat roll, milk.


Ham, baked potato, green beans, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

FRIDAY, Feb. 21

Chicken & noodles, vegetables, wheat bread, fruit, milk.

MONDAY, Feb. 24

Sloppy joes, potato wedges, pea salad, cinnamon apples, milk.

TUESDAY, Feb. 25

Baked pork chop, baked sweet potatoes, vegetables, fruited gelatin, wheat rolls, milk.


Liver & onions, baked potato, green beans, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

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