Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Cottonwood Senior Citizens
Dolores G. Seubert opened the Feb. 11 meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and Larry Clark gave the dinner prayer. There were no guests this week. There were 49 meals served with 17 takeouts. Dixie Sharrard won the free dinner.
Ingrid Mader and Agnes Hill split the nickel bingo pot while Sylvia Forsmann won the blackout. Door prizes were won by Doris Sonnen, Eleanor Hinkelman, Mary Purdy, Lenore Hill, Dolores VonBargen and Sylvia Forsmann.
Menu for Feb. 25: sweet and sour chicken, rice, creamy coleslaw, apple juice, mixed fruit salad. This will also be the birthday meeting and the Old Time Fiddlers will be performing.
Grangeville Senior Citizens
The Feb. 10 meeting was opened by Stan Modrell leading the Pledge of Allegiance. The prayer was given by Alice Rickman. The free dinner came to Carol Asker. There were 56 meals served with 34 takeouts.
The nickel pot was won by Marie Pettit and blackout winners were Marie Pettit and Alta Clark.
The menu for Feb. 21: tater tot casserole, tossed green salad, peaches and cinnamon rolls with the Fiddlers entertaining. Feb. 24: Mexican chef salad, refried beans, corn bread and dessert.
The Feb. 14 meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Stan Modrell and the prayer was given by Orville Biggers. Guests were Arlene Palmer, Harold and Eldene Wasem, and L and Jean Stuivenga. The free dinner was won by Willene Lance. There were 83 meals and 36 takeouts served.
Jokes were told by Larry Clark and Dolores Kindall. The nickel pot was won by Alta Clark and Eileen Hazelbaker won the blackout.
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