The Citizen’s Center will be closed on Good Friday, April 10.
The Citizen’s Center will be receiving new carpet in a couple of weeks and may have to cancel the noon meal for a day or two. We will not cancel the home delivered meals. Our homebound clients will receive their meals as usual. We will try our best to give the clients who eat lunch at the Center on a daily basis as much warning as possible.
The monthly birthday party was last Wednesday. We celebrated with a great lunch and entertainment by Margie Hartfield from Stephenville. Ruth Harris, Betty Black, and Mary Baker were present to celebrate their March birthdays. Betty Black won the prize for the oldest birthday honoree.
If you are a new diagnosed diabetic or want to learn the latest information about diabetes, there will be a lesson series presented April 15, 22, 29, and May 6 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Glen Rose Medical Center Community Room. Registration forms may be picked up at the Citizen’s Center and the Texas AgriLife Extension Office behind the Expo. There will be a $10 charge for the materials you will receive. If you have any questions please call the Citizen’s Center at 897-2139 or Extension Office at 897-2289.
Barbara Milner, from Texas Neighborhood Services, is available to help individuals with energy assistance at 817-556-3752.
Free AARP Tax Help! The AARP Tax-Aide team of certified volunteer counselors will be available at the Glen Rose Senior Center every Monday to assist tax-payers of all ages with their income tax preparation. E-filing is available at no charge, as well as direct deposit of the taxpayers refund. The counselors will be available from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Make an appointment by calling 897-4838.
Activities at the Center beginning on April 6 are “42” and quilting on Monday; hearing screening, needlework and ceramics on Tuesday; AARP tax aide, health screening and David’s grocery shopping on Wednesday; Tops, Easter hat parade, egg hunt, art and Brookshire’s grocery shopping on Thursday; closed for Good Friday on Friday.
Get well wishes go out to Edwin Conger and Waldeen Layne.
Menus for the week:
April 6 - Fried pork chop; broccoli/cauliflower mix; green beans; roll; banana pudding; milk
April 7 - Beef stroganoff; carrots; tossed salad; cornbread; buttermilk pie; milk
April 8 - BBQ chicken; potato salad; baked beans; slice of wheat; cajun cake; milk
April 9 - Meatloaf; corn, okra, & tomatoes; black-eye peas; cornbread; fruit/Jell-o; milk
April 10 - Closed