Senior Scribbles (Jan. 12, 2011)

hillsboro senior center

The Hillsboro Senior Center is a great place to come in for a hot cup of coffee and a meal.

Barbara Hartly of Herington will provide music at 12:30 p.m. Jan. 12. Foot care with Mary McFadden is Jan. 13, and anyone wanting to make an appointment is asked to call the center.

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.?s birthday, the center will be closed Jan. 17.

Also, remember that anytime the school is closed due to snow or other inclement weather, the senior center will also be closed. We want everyone to be safe on these cold days ahead.

Our Silver-Haired Legislator Tom Duggan will be speaking at 12:20 p.m. Jan. 19. It is also our carry-in meal.

Lunch reservations must be called in before 9 a.m. the day of the meal. We can also take orders to go that can be picked up or someone needs Meals on Wheels.

For more information or to make appointments, call 620-947-2304. We are located at 212 N. Main St.

? Brenda Moss, director

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WEDNESDAY, Jan. 12

BBQ ribbettes, baked sweet potato, corn, wheat bread, mixed fruit, milk.

THURSDAY, Jan. 13

Lemon baked fish with alt., hashbrown casserole, stewed tomatoes, wheat bread, pears, milk.

FRIDAY, Jan. 14

Egg & sausage bake, V8 buice, coffee cake, tropical fruit, milk.

MONDAY Jan. 17

Closed.

TUESDAY, Jan. 18

Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, wheat bread, pineapple, milk.

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 19

Carry in.

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GOESSEL senior center

Come join the fun at the AGAPE Center this month. We will celebrate January anniversaries Jan. 12 with playing Bingo following the noon meal. Jan. 19 will be the annual meeting at 12:30 p.m.

Everyone is invited to learn about and support our local Senior Center.

Donna Becker will give a program on Humor for our birthday celebration Jan. 26. This schedule has been revised from a previous publication, so note the changes.

Everyone is also invited to our potluck which is at 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21. The “Brothers and Sisters” will be giving the program.

Progressive Health has now changed their schedule at our center. They will be available for footcare, blood pressure and blood sugar checks every other month now, with the next one scheduled for Feb. 21.

We welcome all phone calls for meal reservations including deliveries or carry-out. Call 620-367-2275. Site-managers are available from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and messages can be left anytime.

For meal registration, call before 9 a.m.

? Denise Woelk,

AGAPE Senior Center, Goessel

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WEDNESDAY, Jan. 12

BBQ ribbettes, baked sweet potato, corn, roll, mix fruit, milk.

THURSDAY, Jan. 13

Chicken &?rice casserole, winter mix or peas, roll, jello with fruit, milk.

FRIDAY, Jan. 14

Baked fish, hashbrown casserole, stewed tomatoes, roll, pears, milk.

MONDAY Jan. 17

Meat sauce, spaghetti, broccoli, garlic bread, fruit cocktail, milk.

TUESDAY, Jan. 18

Ham &?beans, carrots, roll, apricots, milk. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 19

Baked chicken, parsiled potatoes, green beans, roll, milk.

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Marion senior center

We know a new year and a new month are underway when Ivanlee Timm gets out a new jigsaw puzzle. This is a mystery puzzle ?Murder in the Wind.? The answer is printed backwards in the story booklet and clues found in the puzzle itself.

Aunt Bee?s Floral and Gift Shop brought us a poinsettia to brighten up our dining room.

We started reading little explanations about angels seen through the eye of children.

Jon Thole celebrated his birthday with us Jan. 4.

Wilma Gilmer arranged January decorations using covered wagons created out of yellow egg cartons. This acknowledges Kansas Day on Jan. 29.

Come join us Jan. 19 for Senior Center Day. Janet Herzet, Marion County Homecare and St. Luke Living Center, will give a presentation.

We are closed Jan. 19 for the observance of Martin Luther King Jr.?s birthday.

For more information on programs or to make a lunch reservation, call 620-382-2942 by 9 a.m. the day of the meal or stop by the center, 309 S. Third St.

? Janet Bryant, director

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WEDNESDAY, Jan. 12

BBQ ribetts, tater wedges, corn, tropical fruit, whole wheat roll.

THURSDAY, Jan. 13

Chicken breast on rice, winter mix, jello with fruit, whole wheat roll.

FRIDAY, Jan. 14

Fish, hash brown casserole, stewed tomatoes, pears, whole wheat roll.

MONDAY Jan. 17

Closed.

TUESDAY, Jan. 18

Lasagna, lettuce salad, bread sticks, fruit cocktail.

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 19

Chicken fried chicken, parsiled potatoes, green beans, cookie, whole wheat roll.

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Peabody senior center

January birthdays will be celebrated Jan. 12 with guitar and vocal entertainment by Shane Marler.

The first fundraising event of the year is a sloppy joe dinner from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, at the center.

In addition to sloppy joes, the menu includes coleslaw, chips and pie. Donations will be accepted. The purpose of the fundraiser is to replace the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system on the north side of the building.

The north side of the center contains the office, sitting area and kitchen, which is critical to the operation.

Donations for the project is appreciated.

The senior center will be closed on Monday, Jan. 17, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. day.

Bring a covered dish to the meal Jan. 18 and enjoy lunch with friends.

Freezer meals can be ordered ahead of any holiday or bad weather when the center may be closed or you may not want to venture outside.

Call 620 983-2226 or stop in at 106 Walnut Street. Meal reservations must be made by the previous evening.

For more information, call weekdays between 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

? Linda Wetta, correspondent

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WEDNESDAY, Jan. 12

Baked chicken, potatoes & gravy, green beans, roll, pineapple.

THURSDAY, Jan. 13

Egg &?sausage biscuit, V8 juice, tropical fruit.

FRIDAY, Jan. 14

Fish, hashbrown casserole, stewed tomatoes, wheat bread, pears.

MONDAY Jan. 17

Closed.

TUESDAY, Jan. 18

Covered dish meal.

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 19

Ham &?beans, potatoes, carrots, wheat bread, apricots.

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