Special to the Reporter
Itís that time again. Yes, itís tax season. The AARP tax specialists will be here again this year every Friday in February. Please call Sandy at the center to schedule your free tax preparation.
We will be having the AARP Driver Safety Program again on March 21 at 1 p.m. It is an informative, yet informal, method for drivers over 50 to keep up with new highway safety information and addresses factors related to aging, as well as acting as a refresher course for proper driving rules and techniques. Any licensed driver is eligible to attend the class. AARP charges $12 for AARP members and $14 for non-members. Please call or come by the center to sign up.
Beginning in February, we will be having a weekly Bible study led by Vernon Camp. The Bible study will meet every Monday at 11 a.m.
We are planning our trip to the Granbury Operaís performance of Greater Tuna on Friday, March 11. The show starts at 2:30 p.m., so we will need to leave about 1:30 p.m. The price will be $15 per ticket and we need 20 people going to get that price.
Winners of last weekís 42 Tournament were: Zula Hunter and Cora Harkins won first place, Royce Stacy and Clark Stewart came in second, Billie and Eddie Flanary took third and Roy Mercer and James Kelley came away with fourth. Others playing in the tournament were: Loveda Swaim and Don Baker, Alice Lance and Janelle Gartrell, Veda Gosdin and Nancy Moore, Dorothy Jo Osborn and Ila Verne Stull, Ann Parham an Trey Welch and Patsy Thompson and Roger Jordan. Thanks again to Mary Baker for officiating the tournament.
Activities at the Citizens Center beginning on Jan. 31 are: exercise, Wii bowling and chess on Monday; Treadway hearing screening and Family Dollar shopping on Tuesday; 42 Tournament, Clark Cole, utility assistance and Cherokee Rose blood sugar testing on Wednesday; exercise, chess and Davidís grocery shopping on Thursday; and bingo, AARP tax preparation and Brookshire's grocery shopping on Friday. Besides the scheduled activities, there are games, puzzles, quilting, ď42Ē and visiting going on every day.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the many people who are recovering from surgery this week or who are just under the weather, and our condolences to the friends and families of Jewel Lemens and James Hall.
We enjoyed having Mary Cohen visit with us last week for the first time and hope to see her again soon.
Remember, you donít have to be a senior to come and enjoy all of our activities or eat lunch with us. Come join us.
Donít forget to visit our Web site at www.glenrosesccoa.com for menus, activities, articles, links to other sites and lots of pictures. Our number is 254-897-2139.
Menus for the week of Jan. 31 are:
COUNTRY FRIED STEAK W/ GRAVY
COD FOR HOMEBOUND