Senior Scribbles (June 15, 2016)

hillsboro senior center

Haris Zafar will be here from Wichita for hearing checks at 11a.m. June 15. J. Hatfield Mobility is here June 16 to talk at the noon meal, and Friday, June 17, is Show & Tell so please bring anything to share. Footcare is Tuesday, June 21; those interested should call for an appointment. The Marion County Senior Citi­zen board will meet Friday.

There are changes in our menu with Thursday’s meal on Friday and the Friday menu is on Thursday. Those with questions are asked to call us at 620-947-2304.

We are still in need of volunteers and Meals on Wheels substitute drivers. If you can help, please let us know. Anyone who volunteers will get their meal free the day they help. We thank everyone for your donations to our center. It’s what helps keep the center going. The suggested do­nation for our meals is $3.50 for those 60 and older and $5.25 for people 59 and under.

To reserve a meal, volunteer or make a donation, please call 620-947-2304 or come by the center at 212 N. Main St.

—Brenda Moss, director

WEDNESDAY, June 15

Herbed pork roast, baked potato, green beans with onions, cake with fruit, roll, milk.

THURSDAY, June 16

Hamburger, bun, tomato, onion, pickle, baked beans, pea salad, peaches, milk.

FRIDAY, June 17

Salmon patty or breaded pork chop, garlic mashed potatoes, zucchini and tomatoes, apple crisp, roll, milk.

MONDAY, June 20

BBQ meatballs, lima beans, california blend, vegetables or carrots, pineapple pudding, roll, milk.

TUESDAY, June 21

Herbed baked chicken, baked sweet potato, green beans, cake with strawberries, roll, milk.

WEDNESDAY, June 22

Spaghetti with meat sauce, peas and carrots, tossed salad or marinated tomatoes, fruit cup, roll, milk.

Marion senior center

We have hamburgers grilled outside by Harlow Warneke twice in June.

The first was June 9 and second will be June 23. Be sure to come eat with us on these special days.

We also continue having exercises at 11 a.m. Fridays led by Matt or Alex from St. Luke Hospital Therapy department.

Our program June 8 was given by Trista Shultz from Hatfield Mobility in Salina. She brought in a wheeled walker to demonstrate. Their motto is, “ We keep you moving.”

Come join us June 22 when the program will be given by Katie Wilcox from Legacy of Herington.

Check our menu in local newspapers and the community television channel.

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

— Janet Bryant, director

WEDNESDAY, June 15

Country fried steak, cream gravy, mashed potatoes, lima beans, peaches, brownie, whole wheat bread, milk.

THURSDAY, June 16

Chef salad with chicken, crackers, summer fruit cup, fruit muffin, milk.

FRIDAY, June 17

Pulled pork with bun, baked potato wedges, coleslaw, seasonal fresh fruit, milk.

MONDAY, June 20

Beef and noodles, carrots, tossed salad, lime sprinkled pears, whole wheat roll, milk.

TUESDAY, June 21

Pork roast, baked potato, green beans with onions, white cake topped with fruit, whole wheat bread, milk.

WEDNESDAY, June 22

Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, broccoli, tossed salad, seasonal fresh fruit, whole wheat roll, milk.

PEABODY senior center

This has been a busy week but we are enjoying the weather, and it looks like it is time for wheat harvest and more planting.

We had Rachel here for our massages Monday, and Gayla Ratzlaff was here to discuss Tai Chi and gave a demon­­stration. We have a lot of seniors anxious to start this program.

Our birthday dinner was a lot of fun and many attend­ed. Sonja played music during the dinner and after­ward everyone sang a selected songs from our song books. I always look forward to our birthday dinners, it’s almost like having monthly reunions with new ones joining in.

Something we need to bring to the attention of seniors living at home is that the town of Peabody began their farmers market from 5-6:30 p.m. Please contact Gay­la Ratzlaff at the Marion County Department on Ag­ing at 620-382-3580 to see if you qualify to receive checks for purchasing your fruit and vegetables at the farmers market. The checks come in $5 increments.

Our board meeting was Monday in the morning, and then our program today will be presented by Mitzi Bailey from Heartland Enriching Life (Hospice). Dinner with the Doctor is Wednesday, June 15. We always appreciate the time he takes to speak with us about current concerns. In addition, there is a question and answer time following his presentation.

We are having a fundraising event from 5:30-7 p.m. June 15. Homemade potato salad, grilled hamburgers and hot dogs, plus all the trimmings will be served.

Come and help support our center as the fundraiser helps to pay the bills. Be­sides, look at all the people you can see and visit with that you haven’t seen for awhile.

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

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

Peabody’s farmers market is from 5-6:30 p.m. in downtown Peabody on the west side of the street. Some 11 vendors are signed up.

— Lou Ann Bowlin,

site manager

WEDNESDAY, June 15

Smothered chicken breast, mashed potatoes, green beans, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

THURSDAY, June 16

Chicken fried steak, baked potato, salad, fruit, wheat bread, milk.

FRIDAY, June 17

Chicken pot pie, fruit, milk.

MONDAY, June 20

Egg, sausage and hash brown bake, vegetable, fruit, milk.

TUESDAY, June 21

Grilled liver and onions or hamburger patty with cooked onions, potatoes with gravy, vegetable, fruit, wheat roll, milk.

WEDNESDAY, June 22

Roast beef, potatoes with gravy, vegetable, fruit, wheat roll, milk.

Benefit dinner, dance for Gore

A benefit dance, dinner and silent auction for Darla Gore is planned for 6 p.m. Friday, June 17, at the Pilsen Community Center.

The dinner is from 6-8 p.m. and silent auction winners will be announced at 8:30 p.m.

The dance, featuring Matt Engels Band, will follow the si­lent auction results.

All proceeds from the auction will go toward Gore’s medical expenses. An account for Gore has been set up at Central Na­tion­al Bank in both Hills­bo­ro and Marion.

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