Senior Scribbles (June 1, 2016)

hillsboro senior center

June is here, and we hope others will join us this summer for a meal.

Chair massages are June 1. Alisa Schmidt, medical doctor at Hillsboro Com­mu­nity Hospital is here June 2.

An identity theft workshop is at 12:30 p.m., also on June 3, and will last about 45 minutes. We hope you can join us for that, but remember to call ahead of time for a meal that day.

We have games and fellowship every Monday after the noon meal, and on every Wednesday, we play bingo after the noon meal.

We want to thank everyone who helps support our center. It takes a lot to get our monthly bills paid so any amount that you can help donate helps our center.

We are also in need of volunteers. If anyone wants to help, please call or come by 212 N. Main St.

The suggested do­nation for our meals is $3.50 for those 60 and older and $5.25 for people 59 and under.

To make a re­ser­vation or for other in­for­mation, call the 620-947-2304.

—Brenda Moss, director

WEDNESDAY, June 1

Barbecued chicken, corn o’Brien, green beans, vanilla pudding, banana, roll, milk.

THURSDAY, June 2

Liver & onions or mushroom hamburger steak, baked potato, broccoli or peas, mixed fruit, roll, milk.

FRIDAY, June 3

Taco salad, refried beans, seasonal fruit, cinnamon puff, milk.

MONDAY, June 6

Baked penne, carrots, tossed salad or sliced tomatoes, apple crisp, roll, milk.

TUESDAY, June 7

Chef’s salad, crackers or mushroom smothered hamburger, mixed vegetables, baked potato, fruit, roll, milk.
WEDNESDAY, June 8

Country-fried steak, cream gravy, mashed potatoes, lima beans, peaches, brownie, roll, milk.

Marion senior center

We had one more big day May 20 hosting the Marion County board members. Harlow Warneke slaved over a hot grill outside, so we could have our favorite hamburgers.

Earlier when the Area Agency board of directors were here, we wold four sets of our hand-embroidered tea towels. A woman from Council Grove brought us the Marionopoly board game she found at a thrift shop.

Madonna Schafers brought in a vase of iris May 19. We sang, “Happy Birth­day,” to Jean Bailey, whose cupcakes we ate earlier in the month.

Joan Meyer brought treats for her May 23 birthday.

Ed Riffel put up the new handicapped parking signs on the north and south sides of the building.

The Schmidt family gave the program May 25. Amber choreographed and danced. Her brothers, Aiden and Abram joined in one dance and the small Davies girl also danced.

Come join us June 8. The program will be on mobility.

The Veteran’s service representative will be here at 11 a.m. June 14.

We are located at 309 S. Third St., Marion, or call 620-382-2942.

— Janet Bryant, director

WEDNESDAY, June 1

Lasagna, broccoli, tossed salad, pine­apple, garlic bread, milk.

THURSDAY, June 2

Pork cutlet, brown gravy, pinto beans, coleslaw, apple cobbler, whole wheat bread, milk.

FRIDAY, June 3

Ham sandwich, potato salad, copper penny salad, mixed fruit cup, milk.

MONDAY, June 6

Riblette on bun, scalloped potatoes, zucchini, stewed tomatoes, pineapple, milk.

TUESDAY, June 7

Barbecued chicken, corn o’Brien, green beans, vanilla pudding, banana, roll, milk.

WEDNESDAY, June 8

Mushroom hamburger steak, baked potato, broccoli, mixed fruit cup, whole wheat roll, milk.

PEABODY senior center

We had quite a week with “Lunch with the Doc” and a talk by Randolph Whitely, medical doctor, and back massages by Shirley Monday to ending with a great holiday brunch Friday.

The weekend here was filled with ceremonies, class reunions, family get-togethers and, of course, couldn’t miss the dinner at the Peabody-Burns High School put on by the sophomores.

Our center was closed Memorial Day, but reopened May 31.We hope everyone had a good time over the holiday and for those of you who came from out of town, we wish you a safe trip going home.

Monday, June 6, we will do massages with Rachel in the morning before lunch and Gayla Ratzlaff, coordinator with the Marion County Department on Aging, will be here to discuss Tai Chi and do a demonstration.

Sometimes a demo is better than a thousand words, which is true for me. We are anxious for her to come.

Our birthday dinner is June 8 with Sonja at the piano. Baked chick­en will be served with all the trimmings. Hope you can come and help celebrate June birth­days.

We will hold our board meeting and our program June 13 with speaker Mitzi Bailey “Heartland Enriching Life” (Hospice). We celebrate Flag Day June 14 and “Dinner with the Doctor,” is June 15.

Our senior center’s fund­raising event is from 5:30-7 p.m. June 15 with hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, and homemade desserts. Be sure to put this on your calendar.

The suggested price is $3.50 for anyone 60 or older, and $5.25 for those 59 or younger. Meals are available by home delivery, pick-up, or dine-in. Frozen meals are also available.

For more information, vo­lunteer or make a lunch reservation, call 620-983-2226 or stop by 106 N. Walnut St.

— Lou Ann Bowlin, site manager

WEDNESDAY, June 1

Ham, sweet potato, vegetable, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

THURSDAY, June 2

Tator tot casserole, lettuce salad, biscuit, fruit, milk.

FRIDAY, June 3

Chicken tetrazzini, salad, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

MONDAY, June 6

Goulash, salad, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

TUESDAY, June 7

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

WEDNESDAY, June 8

Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, fruit, birthday cake, wheat roll, milk.