Senior Scribbles (Week of August 29, 2007)

Greetings from the Hillsboro Senior Center. We hope you will make it a point to join us for food, fun and fellowship this week.

We will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 3. Tuesday, Sept. 4, Mary McFadden will be here for Foot Care starting at 9 a.m. Call and make your appointments today. Noreen Weems will be our guest speaker after lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 5. She will share her thoughts on serving seniors for 27 years.

A big thank you to our weekly volunteers: Frances Rempel, Ruth Ann Penner, Irma Groening, Irma Koop, Lois Nuss, Beryl Steiner, Carol Hicks, Louise Rahe, Mariann Unruh and Carol Unruh.

HILLSBORO SENIOR CENTER MENU

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 29

Games, Gab, Goodies.

Salisbury steak/gravy, O?Brien potatoes, corn with pimento, wheat bread, fruit tapioca cream.

THURSDAY, Aug. 30

Crispy baked chicken, noodles ramanoff, peas, wheat roll, sunshine salad, crispy rice bar.

FRIDAY, Aug. 31

Egg and sausage bake, dilled cucumbers in cream, coffee cake, juice, ice cream.

MONDAY, Sept. 3

Closed for Labor Day.

TUESDAY, Sept. 4

Meatloaf, mashed potatoes with gravy, escalloped tomatoes, wheat bread, peaches and cream dessert.

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 5

Lemon baked fish, parslied potatoes, lyonnaise carrots, wheat bread, fruit crisp.

 

GOESSEL SENIOR CENTER MENU

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 29

Salisbury steak, O?Brien potatoes, corn with pimento, wheat bread, pineapple, cake with frosting.

THURSDAY, Aug. 30

Crispy baked chicken, noodles ramanoff, peas, wheat roll, sunshine salad, crispy rice bar.

FRIDAY, Aug. 31

Scalloped turkey, harvard beets, wheat bread, fruit and marshmallow cream.

MONDAY, Sept. 3

Chili with beans, lettuce salad, wheat roll, fruit cocktail, cinnamon roll.

TUESDAY, Sept. 4

Meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, scalloped tomatoes, wheat bread, peaches and cream dessert.

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 5

9:15 a.m. — Foot care and blood pressure.

BBQ chicken, potato salad, cooked cabbage, wheat bread, fruit cup.

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