The Somervell County Citizens' Center is sending out thanks to the many volunteers who lend a hand center. We could not do it without you.

April birthdays were celebrated last week. Robena Miller was the oldest woman, and Jay Wright was the oldest man.

If you are looking for a vintage musical instrument to add to your collection, don't forget the center has an autoharp for sale. Just call or stop by the center and make an offer.

A representative from Care Improvement Plus will speak at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 9.

Community members are invited to the center to honor mothers at 11:30 a.m. Friday, May 10. Punch and cookies will be served, and Motherís Day photos will be ready for pick up.

Also on May 10, Burning Daylight will perform at the next dance. Doors open at 6 p.m. for social hour, and the band starts at 7. There is a $5 admission fee at the door.

Don't miss movie night. Robin Williams classic "Patch Adams" will be shown at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14.

Winners of last weekís Bunco tournament were Rosemary Cooper with the most Buncos, Clark Stewart with the most wins and Norma Wright with the most losses. Roger Jordan, Royce Stacy, Tom Swaim, Roy Cooper, Jay Wright, Carole Kofke, Kenna Kay Nuckols, Don Baker, Betty Flanagan, Pat Thompson, Phyllis Psencik, Louise Kelley, Zula Hunter, Jimmy Riley, Marcy Capell, John Psencik, Louise McCoy, Karena Eccles, Mary Riley, Ann Parham and Will (Janet Stacyís son from Alaska) also participated in the tournament.

Activities at the Citizens' Center beginning May 6: Chess and Bingo on Monday; Treadway hearing screenings, Zumba and sewing/quilting on Tuesday; Bunco tournament, blood pressure screening by Glen Rose Nursing Home and country and western dance lessons on Wednesday; Care Improvement Plus presentation, Zumba, chess and Davidís shopping on Thursday; and Motherís Day celebration, Friday night dance, Bingo and Brookshire's shopping on Friday.

In addition to the scheduled activities, there are games, puzzles, quilting, Forty-Two and visiting daily.

If you know anyone who may need meals, transportation, an emergency response system, medical equipment, food stamp, Medicaid, food bank or utility assistance applications or any other senior oriented services, call or stop by the center.

Remember you donít have to be a senior citizen to enjoy all of the activities or eat lunch at the Somervell County Citizens' Center. And donít forget to visit for menus, activities, articles and more.

Call the center at (254) 897-2139 for more information.