Visitors at the Citizen’s Center last week were Thurmon Pugh, Coleman Pugh’s brother from Winslow, Arizona; Mary Johnson, Donna Schott’s daughter from Farmers Branch; and Wayne Armbrecht from Santa Fe, Texas. LaVoyce Jackson and her daughter and son-in-law, Pat and John Faust dropped by to have lunch with us last week. LaVoyce just celebrated her 96th birthday this month.
Last Friday we celebrated Father’s Day at the Center. Grady May won all categories: most children, most grandchildren, and most great-grandchildren. All of our men received adorable sacks decorated by Mary Baker and filled with peanuts.
The “42” tournament winners last week were: first place Loveda Swaim and Grady May; second place Dortha Beck and Floyd Flanary; third place Zula Hunter and Cora Harkins; fourth place was a tie between the teams of Veda Gosdin and Nancy Moore and Royce Stacy and Clark Stewart. The other teams competing were: Billie and Eddie Flanary; Dorothy Jo Osborn and James Kelley and Ila Verne Stull; Pat Thompson and Jeff Parker; Ann Parham and Trey Welch; and Alice Lance and Gail Chisholm. Thanks to Mary Baker for serving as tournament judge.
Activities at the Citizen’s Center beginning June 29: quilting on Monday; ceramics and needlework on Tuesday; “42” tournament, Clark Cole, foot clinic and David’s grocery shopping on Wednesday; TOPS and Brookshires’ grocery shopping on Thursday; closed on Friday for 4th of July holiday.
Our thoughts and prayers to the families of Steve Schott, Carol Winters and Edie Long.
Menus for the week:
Beef stroganoff; carrots; tossed salad; cornbread; pecan pie bars; milk
Sauerkraut and wieners; navy beans; tossed salad; cornbread; fruit; milk
Country fried steak w/gravy; mashed potatoes; green peas; roll; cajun cake; milk
Chili dogs; baked beans; potato chips; cookies; milk
Closed for Fourth of July