Special to the Reporter
How ‘bout those Rangers? Our own Jimmy McKinney and his wife got to go the final game of the series and said it was the most amazing sporting event he has ever attended.
Don’t forget to come in costume this Friday, Oct. 29, and bring your carved, painted or decorated pumpkin. We will be having green slime punch and some classic Halloween music to enjoy as you strut around in your costume. Judging will take place at 11:30 a.m. and prizes will be awarded for best costume and best pumpkin.
It’s finally here. Cow Patty Bingo is this Saturday, as well as the bake sale, cake/prize walk and quilt raffle. It all starts at 3 a.m. here in the center parking lot. We will be handing out candy to all the little trick-or-treaters during Project Safe Treat as well.
That dreaded time is coming again, the time when we have to turn our clocks back. Set your clocks back next Saturday night, Nov. 6, or you will find yourself an hour early for everything on Sunday. In the meantime, try to enjoy the little daylight we have left.
Calling all chess players. We have at least a couple of chess tables going every Monday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to… whenever. If you want to play, just drop in.
Tai Chi class is still going and there are a few openings left. Please come and try it on Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. The cost is $10 per class.
Our next Sam Moon trip will be on Saturday, Nov. 13. We will leave the center at 9 a.m. and plan to eat lunch nearby.
Sam Moon has purses, costume jewelry, wallets, wigs and hairpieces, luggage, etc. at wholesale prices. Start making your Christmas list and join us.
These are the winners of last week’s “42” Tournament: Royce Stacy and Clark Stewart took first place, Veda Gosdin and Nancy Moore came in second, third place went to Janelle Gartrell and Alice Lance and in fourth place were Zula Hunter and Cora Harkins. Other teams participating in the tournament were: Dorothy Jo Osborn and Ila Verne Stull, Floyd Flanary and Dortha Beck, Grady May and Loveda Swaim, Mary Voss and Don Baker, Trey Welch and Ann Parham and Patsy Thompson and Roger Jordan. Thanks to Mary Baker for judging the tournament.
Activities at the Citizens Center beginning Nov. 1are; “42,” exercise, Wii bowling and chess on Monday; “42,”,Treadway hearing screens, ceramics and needlework on Tuesday; “42” Tournament, blood sugar testing by Cherokee Rose, Clark Cole and utility assistance on Wednesday; “42,” exercise, chess and David’s grocery shopping on Thursday; “42,” Bingo, quilting and Brookshire’s grocery shopping on Friday. Besides the scheduled activities, there are games, puzzles, quilting, “42” and visiting going on every day.
Visitors to the center last week were Loyd and Jean Cudd and the bridge ladies.
Our condolences go out the families of Tim Whitworth, Modenia Fite, and our prayers go out for a quick recovery to James West and Diana Scott.
Remember, you don’t have to be a senior to come and enjoy all of our activities or eat lunch with us. Come join us.
Don’t forget to visit our website at www.glenrosesccoa.com for menus, activities, articles, links to other sites and lots of pictures. Our number is 897-2139.
Menus for the week of Nov. 1 are:
Spaghetti w/meat sauce
Chicken strips w/gravy
Macaroni and cheese
Baked cod for home bound