If you are already getting a leg up on spring cleaning and find you have a surplus of unwanted things, come rent a table for just $5 and sell your excess or hand crafted items at Swap & Shop.

Every first Friday of the month from 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

We are still accepting applications for part-time drivers.  Come by the Center to apply.

Due to demand, we have scheduled dances for the next few months. Performing on the second Friday every month will be Western Reunion and the fourth Friday, DJ David Gunter will be spinning the country classics.

On Friday, Jan. 27, David Gunter will be the DJ of some good old country music. Doors open at 6. $5 at the door.

Winners of last week’s Forty-Two tournament were: John & Phyllis Psencik in first place, Nancy Moore & James Kelley in second, Billie Flanary & Tamra Black in third and Pat Thompson & Clark Stewart in fourth. Others playing in the tournament were: Dorothy Jo Osborn & Loveda Swaim and Ray Dowdy & Ann Parham.

Activities at the Citizen’s Center beginning January 30th: Chess and Bingo on Monday, wood carving on Tuesday; utility assistance, Forty-Two tournament, blood sugar testing by Cherokee Rose and Dollar General shopping on Wednesday; Chess and local grocery shopping on Thursday and Swap & Shop, Bingo and local grocery shopping on Friday.

 Besides the scheduled activities, there are games, puzzles, Forty Two and visiting going on every day.  Don’t see it on the calendar? Make a suggestion; we’re always looking for new ideas.

If you know anyone who may need meals, transportation, an emergency response system, medical equipment, Food Stamps (SNAP) or Food Bank applications, utility assistance applications or any other senior oriented services, please call or come by the Center.

Remember that you don’t have to be a senior to come and enjoy all of our activities or eat lunch with us. You can go to our Facebook page “Somervell Citizens’ Center” for lots of pictures and the next day’s menu and scheduled events and don’t forget to “like” our page.