With colder temperatures and holidays approaching, please remember your neighbors and friends who may need home-delivered meals or any other services provided through the Somervell County Citizens Center. A representative will gladly pay them a visit and assess their needs.
The center will celebrate Halloween next week with carnival games and a costume contest - youíve only got a week left to scare up a great costume.
A trip to Sam Moon in Ft. Worth is being planned for a Saturday in November, so save your pennies. The date will be announced soon.
The Sundowners will perform at our next dance on Friday. Doors open at 6 p.m., and there is a $5 admission fee.
The center is seeking a kitchen aid - apply within.
Thanksgiving lunch will be held at the Somervell County Citizens Center at noon Wednesday, Nov. 14 at noon and Christmas lunch will be served on Wednesday, Dec. 12 with entertainment by the Hinkle Family.
The annual trust-fund Christmas party will be on Friday, Dec. 14 featuring Steve and Christi Carrasco.
Winners of last weekís Forty-Two tournament were Clark Stewart and Royce Stacy in first place, Billie and Eddie Flanary in second, Dorothy Jo Osborn and Ila Verne Stull in third and John and Phyllis Psencik took fourth. Pat Thompson and James Kelley, Janelle Gartrell and Alice Lance, Grady May and Loveda Swaim, Dortha Beck and Nancy Moore, Burlene Moore and Ann Parham and Zula Hunter and Roger Jordan also played in the tournament.
Activities at the Citizenís Center beginning Oct. 29 are; chess and Bingo on Monday, woodcarvers, sewing/quilting and beginnerís Zumba on Tuesday, Halloween party and country and western dance lessons on Wednesday, chess, Davidís shopping and beginnerís Zumba on Thursday and bingo, Brookshires shopping and Zumba on Friday. In addition to the scheduled activities, there are games, puzzles, quilting, Forty-Two and visiting daily.
If you know anyone in need of meals, transportation, an emergency response system, medical equipment, food stamp (SNAP), Medicaid, food bank or utility assistance applications or any other senior citizen-oriented services, call or stop by the center.
You donít have to be a senior citizen enjoy activities or lunch at the center.
For more information, call 897-2139.